June 2021 Volume 5 / Issue 156

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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the discovery of insulin, a lifesaving breakthrough for the treatment of Type 1 Diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes is now 24 times more prevalent than Type 1 and coincides with the rise in obesity. According to University of Arizona researchers, the liver may hold the key to innovative new treatments for Type 2 Diabetes as the liver affects insulin sensitivity.

June 2021 Volume 4 / Issue 155

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Happiness is thankfully not a disease we have to treat. But because of that, it is not a well-studied emotion. Sadly there are those who want to shut down your happiness! I am sure we have all experienced the discomfort of that truth at one time or another. Invest some time in yourself and cultivate joy, despite what anyone else thinks. Then share it! Unlike the flu, or the winter blues, happiness is a gift you can actually enjoy.

June 2021 Volume 3 / Issue 154

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Don’t you just love this issues’ cover? I find owls sensually delightful and the idea of their wisdom intriguing. You may wonder what this has to do with health? Be wise in your lifestyle decisions, especially those that lead to sensual gratification. You know what I mean! Everything in moderation. And that includes supplements.

June 2021 Volume 2 / Issue 153

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We ask a doctor if the side-effects of taking statins are worth the risk. We find ways to ease colic in crying babies and the secrets to living to a ripe old age. Feeling sluggish? You may be in need of a detox. The docs tell us how. Is snoring keeping you awake? Is it affecting more than your sex life? And what is really the problem with grain consumption?

June 2021 Volume 1 / Issue 152

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Gut health cannot be emphasised enough, especially in people with any form of mental condition (depression, anxiety, brain fog). Antidepressants can be ineffective because a possible underlying brain inflammation goes undetected. Be sure to watch the video on the types of inflammation and connect the dots…

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