Is Sugar the New Fat? The population is getting fatter

Who would think that Sugar could be the culprit?

In a case that involves being overweight or obese, we all would rather blame fatty foods. Fats in food were the usual suspect for all kinds of accusations and blames. What's more? The promotion of diet programs that emphasized other classes of foods like carbs and proteins at the expense of fats goes further to prove this.

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Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice
Remember to boost your immunity through the winter month with foods like sweet potato, green leafy vegetables, beetroot, kiwi fruit, mandarins,bananas, garlic and ginger which are all packed with vitamins and minerals to help boost your immune system. Keep hydrated, get plenty of sleep and don't forget to stay active.

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Jacqui Blyth
Heart Attack

Heart Attack
Symptoms of a Heart Attack can vary between Male and Females. Although men may experience chest tightness and pressure, the symptoms may be less subtle for women and are therefore not recognized straight away. Symptoms like shortness of breath, pain in the lower chest or upper abdomen, dizziness, fainting, upper back pressure or fatigue. If you have any of these symptoms seek medical advice straight away. According to the Australian Heart Foundation, Heart disease is the single biggest killer of Australian women.

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Jacqui Blyth
Migraine vs Headaches

Difference between Headaches and Migraines
Migraines are thought to be due to abnormal brain activity causing a temporary disruption to nerve signals, blood flow and chemicals in the brain. Resulting in painful and or pulsating head pain. The pain can be very debilitating impacting on everyday activities.

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Jacqui Blyth
Elbow Pain

Elbow Pain
You don't need to be an athlete to suffer epicondylitis also known as tennis elbow or golfers elbow. Epicondylitis is due to inflammation of the tendons that attach to the elbow. Both tend to develop from overuse and or repetitive movements impacting on the tendons and muscles surrounding the elbow and forearm.

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Jacqui Blyth