28 Sep

How to Increase Calcium in a Healthy Way

Calcium is essential for having healthy bones and teeth. It is especially important that children get extra calcium, so that their bones and teeth develop properly whilst they are young. Adults should consume around 700mg of calcium every day. Calcium also has some other functions that are not as widely known. It helps to regulate […]

25 Oct

What To Look For in a Good Acne Moisturiser

Many moisturisers have the wrong ingredient for a particular skin type. Or they might have the right ingredient in a concentration that is not strong enough to make a difference. Or they might be high-pH, alkaline formulas that don’t interact well with the skin. (Alkalising is good inside the body, but mild acidifying is best […]

25 Sep

Two Reasons Why You May Have Acne

Are you struggling with recurring acne on your face? It’s not always to do with diet, there are plenty of other variables to think about. Here are two which you may not have considered till now. Think about where you place your smartphone. Do you wash it afterwards? Of course not, because you can’t! Your […]

4 Jun

Thyme Tea

Thyme has been used for healthy reasons for centuries, even being used during The Black Death. A plague that peaked in Europe from 1346-1353, during that time, and in other incidents of the plague thereafter, people would gather to burn large bundles of thyme to ward off the disease or carry pockets of thyme on them. […]

25 May

Limit Your Salt Intake!

The average human’s salt intake should only be ideally one teaspoon a day, but we all know that with the types of food the average person eats, the majority are ridiculously over their recommended sodium intake. When choosing what to eat, go for fruit and vegetables as much as possible as they are low in […]

15 Apr

Maintaining Healthy Teeth

Dentistry is a department of medication that’s active in the research, analysis, avoidance, and therapy of illnesses, problems and problems of the mouth, generally within the dentition but additionally the oral mucosa, and of surrounding and associated buildings and cells, especially within the maxillofacial (mouth and cosmetic) region. Dentistry is commonly regarded essential for all […]