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Anti-age Your DNA

Anti-age your DNA

What are telomeres and why are they important? Telomeres are stretches of DNA at the end of chromosomes that protect the rest of the chromosome. These little bits of DNA are critical to healthy cell function and have been likened…

Which Omega-3 Is Best – Plant, Fish Or Krill?

Which omega-3 is best – plant, fish or krill?

Although you'll find omega-3s in many different foods and supplements, some sources are superior Omega-3 and omega-6 fats are essential. Unlike other fats that the body can produce when it needs to, by converting fats stored in fat-reserves, the body…

This Winter

This Winter

SOLAL®’s Immufend™ range Contains patented clinically-proven Wellmune® and other herbal extracts to help address the underlying causes of immune problems during winter, not treating the symptoms only. A strong immune system reduces risk of infections. Immufend™ Immune Defence contains extracts…

Break A Sweat And A Sad Mood

Break a sweat and a sad mood

The energy-sapping despair of depression may make your darkened bedroom the only place you want to be – but researchers insist that, in this case, you need to go against your instincts and throw off the covers. PHYSICAL THERAPY Exercise…

Stressed Out Hormones

Some degree of stress seems to be a normal part of most people’s lives today – having to juggle career, family, finances and housework leaves many of us feeling constantly on edge. But while our bodies are designed to effectively…

Probiotics 101

There are 10 times more bacteria living inside your intestine, than the entire number of cells in your body. That’s as much as 5,000 billion bacteria in every 5ml of intestinal contents. But these bacteria (around 400 species of them)…

A pain in the eye

While it’s unlikely to cause permanent damage, eye strain does affect your ability to work effectively or productively and can be a real pain. Eye strain caused by computer use is called computer vision syndrome and occurs in as many…

Magnesium is the most important mineral to be supplementing with

According to research published in the American Family Physician medical journal, 75% of people following a westernised diet and lifestyle (such as most South Africans) are deficient in magnesium. Although magnesium is typically found in nuts, seeds and leafy dark-green…

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