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Are you getting enough quality sleep?

by Sue Bedford Sleep is necessary for survival! It is a complex psychological and physiological restorative process and involves transition through different states of brain and muscle activity. When it comes to sleep one size doesn’t fit all as some people such as Margaret Thatcher for example functioned only on four to five hours sleep…

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Just a few good reasons to eat an avocado a day

By Sue Bedford (MSc Nut Th) Avocados are amazing! They help balance hormones, contain beneficial fats including oleic acid and alpha-linolenic (an omega 3 fatty acid), and contain over twenty vitamins, minerals and vital nutrients including vitamins B, C and E. They are also a great source of magnesium and potassium. They also contain many…

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Try this tasty Broccoli soup to boost your health and help balance hormones naturally

By Sue Bedford (MSc Nutritional Therapy) There was a reason that you were told to eat your Broccoli! Along with the other cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower, bok choy, brussel sprouts, cabbage, turnips, and kale – it can help to balance your hormones naturally! Broccoli, along with the other vegetables in the same family, contains…

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