Coeliac disease, an allergy to gluten that causes damage to the intestine, affects 1% of Australians. But more than ten times this number, or around 11% of the population, follows a gluten-free diet by choice, and up to 30% of people in the United States try to reduce their gluten intake. Gluten-free foods are frequently perceived as a
People are so aware of the importance of a stable mental, physical and even emotional health, that they are willing to travel far and spend more to ensure they get the best treatments.
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A serious outbreak, mainly affecting Gauteng.
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Much like its name suggests, naturopathy or naturopathic medicine is the practice of turning to nature for remedies and medication to treat human ailments.
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Do you spend all day sitting at a desk? Thought so…
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According to a study 80% of American´s will experience back pain at some point in their lifetimes. Sleeping accounts for nearly a third of our lifetimes. One bad night´s sleep can give you all kinds of aches and pains in the morning. So imagine the damage caused over thirty years lying flat. Memory foam mattresses
The common association with physiotherapy is a reactive gesture to the onset of an ache, pain or trauma to the musculoskeletal system; an injury!
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South African led UK company DNAFit today played host to His Excellency Hon. Kgalema Motlanthe, Former President of South Africa, as part of an exclusive visit to recognise how the brand’s innovative and award winning methodology is pioneering the use of genetics in sports science globally.
There is a common thought that you should do your cardio after you’ve finished your weights session at the gym… If we asked around in the gym, I’m sure that would be the resounding conclusion.
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Multivitamins is a nutritional supplement that has a grouping of vitamins, and often minerals, but might contain other elements such as herbs, as well as amino acids and fatty acids. In essence, we do not need them, but they can be helpful.
Not all cardio is created equal.
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In our high paced lifestyle, many of us are deficient in magnesium.
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Over the years, I’ve realised that how you start your morning can really impact your day. For me, a crazy start means a sleepless night the night before, as I try to create structure in my head.
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A nine-year-old HIV infected kid, whose identity is being sheltered, spent most of his life in South Africa without needing any treatment. The child received much treatment soon after the birth.
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You know the old adage, summer bodies are made in winter, right? But how do you maintain your summer body during the summer holidays?
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Sleep is scientific, emotional, and is different for every single person.
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