Pain vs Cheese

It may be more important to ensure a good balance between calcium and magnesium to protect your bone strength. There is good data to suggest that eliminating dairy products from the diet does reduce the pain and stiffness for many people with arthritis. Here is a deeper look at the biochemistry of muscle action whichContinue reading “Pain vs Cheese”

Celery Seeds

You can eat celery stalks, leaves and seeds, and this versatile vegetables can have antibacterial, anti fungal properties, but it may also help reduce inflammation, blood pressure, cholesterol, swollen feet, muscle cramps and digestive ulcers. It can improve digestive function and kidney function.

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Deteriorating vision

Macular degeneration, also known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD or ARMD), is a medical condition which may result in blurred or no vision in the centre of the visual field. Early on there are often no symptoms. It is important to seek professional help from an optometrist, but it is worth considering dietary changes to support your vision as well. The visual changes for CataractsContinue reading “Deteriorating vision”

Digestive problems

We often think about what we eat only when we are worrying about our weight. Especially around Christmas time! Taurine can also be helpful for liver and gallbladder problems. There are some ways we can identify possible deficiencies or excesses. If you are suffering from particular digestive problems such as reflux, food cravings, or dehydrationContinue reading “Digestive problems”

Cornflour to combat irritation

We already know cornflour is good for cooking – but what else can it do? Beware: most packets sold in the supermarket labelled “cornflour” are made from wheat. You may need to look carefully to find the effective version: made from corn or maize. Burns and sunburn Just dust cornflour onto burns or sunburn, orContinue reading “Cornflour to combat irritation”


Some quick remedies from Healthline Certain foods and nutrients may help relieve symptoms of dizziness. Water Dehydration is a common cause of dizziness. If you feel tired and thirsty and urinate less often when you’re dizzy, try drinking water and staying hydrated. Ginger Ginger may help relieve symptoms of motion sickness and dizziness. It may alsoContinue reading “Dizziness”