1. How Ozone Attacks Disease

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    Looking at a diseased cell electrochemically, the first thing that differentiates it from normal cells is that the protein coating that surrounds it is contoured distinctly. The disease that has invaded the cell is parasitical, drawing off the cellular electricity or ‘life force’ of its host. This creates ‘cell stress’...
  2. Ozone Therapy and the Flu

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    Winter is in full swing in South Africa and it looks like we’re in for a cold one. Temperatures are 1-4 degrees lower than previous years and snow has been reported across the country. For all our international readers, snow in SA is not a regular occurrence. The average winter...
  3. Ozone Therapy and Athlete’s Foot

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    Athlete’s foot is a skin infection in the foot caused by a fungus. The fungus that causes Athlete foot is called Trichophyton. When the feet, or other areas of the body, stay moist, warm and irritated, this fungus can thrive and infect the upper layer of the skin. Athlete’s foot...
  4. Nutritional Benefits of Dark Chocolate

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    Most of us don’t mind the odd piece of dark chocolate here and there, but how guilty should you feel after eating it? Well, not guilty at all! Much research have been done over the past few years on the benefits of dark chocolate and to my delight most effects...
  5. How do germs spread?

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    As a bit of a germaphobe, I tend to be a bit over the top when it comes to the spreading of germs. I will not touch public surfaces like counter tops, escalator railings, railings on stairs or elevator buttons. I get severely irritable when people stand too close to...
  6. The plant of life – various uses for coconut

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    The origin of coconut is disputable as coconut fossils have been found in South America, Malaysia and India. Some of these fossils date back to about 55 million years ago. A coconut tree is part of the “palm tree” family and is mostly found in tropical areas around the world....
  7. Got water?

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    The main ingredient in any diet should be water. Water is the source of all life and if anything is deprived of it, it will surely weaken and ultimately die. These are heavy words but they are true. We live in an evolved world and see sodas, fruit juices, energy...
  8. Benefits of olive oil

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    Most of us have switched from using plain vegetable oil to olive oil for cooking. Olive oil is a lot more healthier than normal vegetable oil. Olive oil is made when the olives together with the seeds are ground into a paste. Water gets introduced to this paste very slowly...
  9. How water ends up in your sink

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    Something we have taken for granted over decades is water. We are so fortunate to be able to open a tap and we have instant, clean and disease free water. Did you know that over 345 million people in the world do not have access to clean water. 3,4 million...

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