SUGAR Sweet But Lethal…

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By Jonty Williams The average person consumes about 24 kilograms (53lb) of sugar each year. In industrialised countries it is 33.1kg. When I briefly looked into the history of sugar in Britain, I found that at times it was a luxury item, locked in cabinets, heavily taxed and often only available for the wealthy. Poorer […]

Bike Maintenance Checklist

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With a change in the seasons looming, most cyclists will be looking to up their training or get the bike out and return to commuting to work. Now is the time to address that maintenance checklist and ensure the bike performs safely and to its full potential. Brakes Check brake pads for excessive wear, as […]

The Importance Of Breathing Naturally

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By Anthony Lawson The science of the breath has been understood by different cultures of the East for thousands of years but it is a subject that is more generally neglected by those in the West.  How you breathe has implications for your health. When we breathe without conscious awareness the breath is controlled by […]

Osteoporosis: Can It Be Prevented?

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By Dr. Bruce Fraser It is estimated that around 3 million people in the UK have osteoporosis. This can lead to bones becoming fragile and breaking easily. As a Chiropractor, I often meet people who have quite obvious signs of osteoporosis but are often totally unaware of their situation. Osteoporosis is most common in women […]