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Optimising musculoskeletal health

Get familiar with fungi to feed your family a natural immune-booster

Next time you top your Friday night pizza with mushroom or indulge in a stroganoff, you may be supporting your immune health. Certain mushrooms exert their immune modulating properties in many ways, most notably via the increased expression of cytokines, which regulate inflammation and your body’s immune response to disease.

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Bone broth recipe for bone health

Bone broths have a rich tradition as a restorative food to support bone and joint health and general wellbeing. Bone broths can be enjoyed as they are, or used as a base for soups, stews and sauces.

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Looking after our bones from childhood right through to our twilight years - Naturopath and Nutritionist, Daniel Roytas

We’re used to thinking that bone health only affects us in later life. However, it’s important to be conscious of our bones from a young age, because peak mineral bone density for men and women occurs between the ages of 25 and 35.

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Are you feeling it in your bones? Five ways to keeping your bones fit with help from Vitamin K2

Do you love your bones? Every single day your body breaks down old bone and replaces it to protect your brain, heart, and other organs from injury – and of course, allow movement. Yes, they’re pretty essential to a fully functioning human body.

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Inflammation and your joint health- infographic

Prolonged inflammation can exacerbate symptoms such as joint pain, and there are diet and lifestyle interventions that can help to reduce symptoms. The following infographic looks at this.

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Don’t be bone idle: Discover five simple ways to maintain bone health through menopause

Menopause is a fact of life for women, yet can be an empowering transition into a new chapter of life. By adopting or continuing a healthy lifestyle during menopause, women can help reduce their symptoms (most will experience them), from hot flushes, sleep disturbance and joint pain to night sweats, bladder changes and anxiety

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