This brand new £38 anti-wrinkle serum has sold out before it’s even hit the shelves! It’s said to make you look five years younger in just 12 weeks and with the everlasting obsession with looking younger for longer it’s been a hit with customers. A waiting list has been gathered with almost 16,000 people wanting [Read more…]


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Kebabs banned forever?
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Your Saturday night (or early Sunday morning) binge food, the Doner Kebab, could be banned forever! A number of researcher’s findings show that kebabs increase the consumer’s risk of heart disease massively, as the main ingredients are salt and grease.     Training Standards officers have found doner kebabs with up to 22% fat and up [Read more…]


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The Alzheimer’s Society – Elf Day
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You may have heard of the Alzheimer’s Society, most people have. but did you know that they support people with all types of dementia? We didn’t until we took a closer look. About Dementia Dementia is a horrific brain disease that causes a gradual decrease in a person’s ability to think and remember aspects of [Read more…]


This Christmas, there’s no need to watch your alcohol consumption and feel guilty with every sip you take. Now, nutritionists and diet specialists claim that you can go on a 7-day Prossecco diet which will still keep off the pounds! Unfortunately, by “7-day Prossecco Diet”  I don’t mean just surviving on flutes of prosecco for 7 days over the Christmas period [Read more…]


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There’s been mutters lately that cheese is no longer ‘that bad’ for your health. Mutters from whom you ask? Well, the very professionals who claimed it wasn’t good for you in the first place; researchers, health specialists and dieticians. There’s no doubt that we as humans need dairy products in our diet, they’re an important part of [Read more…]


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Live longer with Coffee!
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I Have slurped my way through tens of thousands of Cups of java, built, managed and sold an early Costa franchise and made coffee one of the main profit providers of the pubs that I built in the 90’s… so I consider myself to be on the boarder-line of an expert when it comes to [Read more…]


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Make Veganism your new lifestyle change!
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Veganism was once described as a strict and unappealing ritualism in the way you eat. But lately, it has blown up and become a lot more popular. With 1.14 million people in the UK already identifying themselves as vegetarians, and the increasing amount of vegan products available, veganism is becoming a much more accessible way [Read more…]


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Children In Need 2017
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The BBC’s Children In Need Charity has been around since 1980 when it first broadcasted. And has since raised over a record-breaking 600 million pounds. Going directly to the children and young people in the UK and around the world who are underprivileged and have special needs. Children In Need History You may have seen before [Read more…]


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Funding for Breast Cancer Research
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Breast Cancer. Over 50,000 women are diagnosed with the heartbreaking illness each year in the UK. It’s the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women and one in eight will develop it at some point in their lifetime. You can though, lower your risk of developing breast cancer by making some simple lifestyle changes such as drinking [Read more…]


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The SNIZL Guide to Living Healthy in Nottingham
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For the majority of us, the New Year marks a new start, and January is often the most popular time for people to start reconsidering one or two lifestyle choices after plenty of indulgences over Christmas. So if you’ve swapped sweets for salads and the sofa for swimming this month, we’ve rounded up just a [Read more…]