Monday , 16 September 2019
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Salad is healthy – isn’t it?

A recent article in The Daily Mail Online highlighted the extraordinary case of a woman losing weight by giving up traditionally healthy foods. Sidone Price had been struggling to lose weight despite maintaining a diet based around small portions of lean protein and vegetables alongside regular trips to the gym. Her doctor suggested that she continue her regime and that ... Read More »

Horny Goat Weed: What is it and How can it Help You?

Many research studies by the medical community have determined that at least 50% of all men between 40 and 70 years of age experience some kind of erectile dysfunction in their lives, regardless of how severe it may be. Other medical research has also shown that nearly half of all women experience some kind of sexual dysfunction at some stage ... Read More »

Advanced strength training workouts

If you’re no stranger to the gym and are looking to up the ante a bit then you might want to consider incorporating some advanced strength training workouts into your exercise regime. When you started with a strength training programme you probably noticed a rapid increase in strength and muscle mass during the first six months. Read More »

Which is more hygenic: a bath or shower?

It’s a question many people often wonder, is a bath or a shower more hygienic? Some people prefer shower’s because they’re quicker, refreshing and revitalising. Other people prefer bath’s because they’re chilled, relaxing and can help to relieve stress and muscle aches and pains. Read More »

Effective Surgical And Non-Surgical Fat Reduction Procedures

The healthiest way to lose excess fat is through diet and exercise. However, in case your body fat remains unaffected by these weight-loss measures, a medical intervention would be required. This medical intervention can be surgical or non-surgical, using different techniques. It can also be the fastest and most effective way to get rid of fat. So, if you’re looking ... Read More »

Important facts about total hip replacement

In England and Wales the NHS alone performs over 50,000 total hip replacement procedures every year with many more being carried out in the private sector.  The cost of the procedure under the NHS is usually between £4,000 and £7,000. Private patients, however, can expect to pay around double this amount. The need for hip replacement surgery Chronic hip pain ... Read More »

Should you change your diet during pregnancy?

As an expectant mother, you will naturally be concerned about how your diet and lifestyle will affect your unborn baby. You are responsible for your own health and that of your child so you need to be sure that you are not inadvertently harming your baby. A balanced diet is the key Generally speaking, probably the best things you can ... Read More »