Q.: What does gluten intolerance mean?    HEIDI DU PREEZ REPLIES: Gluten is a protein molecule in grains such as wheat, rye and barley, and to a lesser degree in oats. It comprises 78% of the total protein in modern wheat and binds dough in foods such as bread and other baked goods, contributing to the spongy elastic […]

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Dr Jacques Snyman on carbohydrate derived fulvic acid and why it is added to other vitamins or minerals. Is it not sufficient to have on its own? We also asked him what the difference is between a cold and the flu. Please follow and like us:

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Each BaoCare™ product combines organic wild harvested Baobab oil with natural plant extracts known for their skin healing properties. These expertly blended skincare solutions also contain essential oils known for their beneficial aromatherapy properties. There are 5 products in the range: BaoCare Tissue Oil Enriched with Vitamin E, this tissue oil is especially formulated as a […]

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Skin manifestations are often a consequence of internal dysfunction Every year, one in four of us will seek treatment for a chronic skin complaint such as eczema, psoriasis, acne or rosacea, but many holistic health experts believe that addressing common symptoms such as inflammation, redness and scaly skin won’t solve the problem. A good integrative […]

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Dr Sandi Nye describes the topical application and internal use of aloe as a remedy. Please follow and like us:

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The skin is the body’s largest organ and acts as a sponge, absorbing approximately 60% of what is put on it. To ensure good health and well-being avoid skin care products that contain toxic ingredients. Through the application of a large variety of beauty and skin care products we expose our skin, and body, to […]

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Eczema is often a challenge to control, so doctors prescribe steroid skin creams or ointments. It is important to use these drugs with caution – talk to your doctor about what to expect, and try alternatives for long-term maintenance. The cause of eczema remains a mystery. It seems to result from a combination of genetics […]

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Baobab seeds are cold-pressed to release a rich golden-amber oil which provides impressive moisturising qualities to both skin and hair. Sought after as an ingredient by many major cosmetic houses, baobab oil contains omega-3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, vital for maintaining a healthy glowing skin. Baobab oil is plant-based and is therefore absorbed easily […]

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Oil pulling is a simple and relatively inexpensive treatment that effectively combats yucky bacteria lurking in the mouth and simultaneously strengthens gums and whitens teeth. This tried and tested biomedical method of intensive cleansing and detoxing has been enjoying a modern resurgence since the early 1990s, when it was popularised by Ukranian MD, Dr Fedor […]

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The term ‘poultice’ (not to be confused with poultry!) refers to naturopathic treatments that have stood the test of time, as many grandmothers can tell you. Although well-known as a remedy for abscesses or as an anti-inflammatory treatment for horses, these days it’s not as well-known as a treatment for humans. So, if you’re this […]

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