Chances are if you are a smoker or you’re not eating enough vitamin C rich fruit and vegetables at each meal – then you may very well be low in vitamin C. The UK government recommends five portions of fruit and vegetables a day to keep healthy, but many people find this difficult to achieve.
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In this article we discuss 10 of the amazing health benefits of glutathione, extracted from Dr Levy’s fascinating booklet GSH – The Master Defender. Dr. Thomas E. Levy is a board-certified cardiologist and has written six books on health-related issues.
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It’s often the case that we finally get to the big end of year event and instead of looking radiant and joyful we often arrive at Christmas Day feeling completely frazzled, looking totally washed out and fighting off a winter sniffle.
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Doing the festival circuit can be a great way for school leavers to shake-off any residual exam tensions and celebrate life before heading to university, starting a career or adorning a backpack for a spectacular globe-trotting gap year…
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Vitamin C has a well-deserved reputation as one of the most popular health food supplements in the world - especially amongst those seeking effective immune support and a boost for flagging energy reserves. But what many people don’t realise is that vitamin C has a multitude of other valuable functions in the body.
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Reports from the NHS suggest that the number of flu victims this winter has been higher than seen for nearly a decade. A healthy robust immune system is the best protection against falling victim to the latest flu virus and a big part of the solution may be a daily dose of Vitamin C. Increasing your intake of this vital vitamin could be one of the easiest ways you can steer clear of the dreaded lurgy and you may even find other problem areas like joint pains and poor skin start to improve.
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Acne can make life hell for both teenagers and adults alike; fortunately, help is at hand with antioxidants like glutathione and vitamin C. Acne affects over 40 million people in developed nations and continues to be a common skin problem even after adolescence. It has increased in frequency particularly among adult women with more than half of those over 25 being affected. The two most common forms of acne are:Acne vulgaris which appears as blackheads (comedones), whiteheads (pustules)...