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Magnesium and K2 Optimize Your Vitamin D Supplementation

If you take supplemental vitamin D3, you also need to be mindful of taking extra vitamin K2 and magnesium. It’s important to increase your vitamin K2 intake when taking high-dose supplemental vitamin D to avoid complications associated with excessive arterial...

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Low Levels of Vitamins B12 and Folate Linked to Depression

Low vitamin B12 and folic acid levels, along with increased homocysteine, may play a role in depression among children and adolescents. Both vitamin B12 and folate have previously been described as antidepressant nutrients; folate is found in dark leafy greens like...

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Is Your Sleep Disorder Linked to a Vitamin Deficiency?

Vitamin deficiencies, such as vitamin D and the B vitamins, can interrupt your sleep patterns. Vitamin D influences sleep, including reducing neurological symptoms, sleep apnea, and lowering the risk of sleep disorders. Vitamin D plays a role in the production of...

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Could a faecal transplant save your life?

According to Megan Rossi, who researches gut health at Kings College London, the microbiome holds vast potential for improving cancer treatment. “We know that around 70 per cent of our immune system is located in our gut,” she says. “The gut microbes are very...

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B12 Deficiency Is Associated With Depression

A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition found an association between vitamin B12 deficiency and the incidence of depression in older people. Older adults with low levels had a 51% increased risk of developing depression during the study. Low levels of...

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Pervasive Microplastics Are Damaging Your Cells

Plastic is a problem for the environment, wildlife and human health. Laboratory data show how microplastics at levels relevant to human consumption led to cell death and allergic reactions Researchers have found microplastics in the air, oceans, tap water, food supply...

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In an analysis of tea bags, researchers found that those sealed in plastic release billions of plastic particles with every cup that’s brewed.

Tea is an ancient beverage, recognized for the positive impact it has on health and the important role it plays in cultures around the world. There are significant health benefits to drinking tea, so it would be wise to continue the habit, while substituting tea bags for loose leaf tea. Or buy tea in bags from a reputable company that doesn’t use plastic or bleach in their manufacturing.

I grew mint this year and drank it freshly picked every. It tasted so sweet and delicious. Before winter arrived I picked a load and dried it for my tea over the winter.

Naturally healthy and back to source – best way to be 😊