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What is it exactly that makes drinking freshly squeezed, home-made juice so much better for us than simply picking up a carton of juice at the supermarket?...

Most mothers with young children at this time of year feel that there is constant warfare to keep their household healthy. Unfortunately a large percentage of children are required to take frequent and prolonged courses of chemical antibiotics, which often only lead to further weaken...

Superlite Noodles now offer a full range of exciting new varieties: fettuccine, rice pearls, angel hair and lasagne sheets. You can now have you favourite Italian recipe completely guilt free. All the new shapes have the exact same nutritional values and are 100% carbohydrate free,...

Dealing with the harsh winter weather can be an uphill battle when you have a sensitive skin. The cold winter air is sucking the moisture out of your skin as the air gets cooler and drier. For people with sensitive skin, this can mean a...

Raw honey and coconut oil are both youthful elixirs that have had main stage in many an age-old  beauty secret. For good reason too. Raw honey – and note if its not raw, then you are wasting your time, as unfortunately most of the honey found in grocery stores has been processed with heat, which kills off healing enzymes and destroys a lot of the nutrient-rich content, has a perfect natural PH of 4.5. Which is exactly what the skin needs to keep it in balance. Raw honey is rich in antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, which are very healing for the skin. It also contains gluconic acid, a mild alpha hydroxy acid that brightens the complexion, evens out skin tone, and lightens scars and age spots. Virgin Coconut oil has a small molecular structure which allows for easy absorption through the skin – helping to soften and smooth the texture of your skin.  Coconut oil has an anti-oxidant property which helps your skin fight against free radicals making it an ideal ointment for the relief of dry, rough and wrinkled skin.

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This Eastern European soup’s lentils pack a balanced protein-to-carbohydrate ratio into an easy-to-digest form. The red onion boosts immunity and has pain-reducing anti-inflammatory properties. Antibacterial benefits are provided by garlic as well as honey, which also offers immune-boosting and antiviral qualities. Basically, we urge you...

Dry what you ask? Dry and shampoo do almost seem to be opposites, but in fact dry shampoo has been around for centuries, and has enjoyed a recent resurgence of popularity because many beauty experts recommend washing your hair less frequently to keep it healthy....

It is no secret that regardless of how pristine our environment and lifestyle is, that our bodies will absorb toxins to different degrees. Fortunately, our bodies are built to deal with these toxins (to a point) and have marvellous internal systems to release the toxins....