1. Eating right for your blood type

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    Eat Right 4 Your Type was written by Dr Peter J. D’Adamo. It was on the New York Times best seller list and a whopping 7 million copies have been sold world wide. This book has been recognized world wide and is available in 65 languages. “So?” you may ask....
  2. [Recipe] Gallbladder Friendly Greek Courgetti Salad

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    This delicious recipe is easy to prepare and perfect as a lazy lunch or light dinner. This recipe yields 2 servings. Ingredients: ½ cucumber- 30g Feta 200g tub Marinated olives with sundried tomato 250g pack Courgetti noodles or Rice noodles Method: Use a mandoline and slice the cucumber into thin...
  3. Sleep deprivation and your body

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    As we all know, getting enough sleep is vital for a healthy mind and body. So what makes sleep so important? In this blog post we will discuss how you can get enough sleep and the importance of not burning your candle on both ends. In ancient and medieval times,...
  4. [Recipe] Gallbladder Friendly Peas & pasta

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    This delicious recipe is super easy to make and yields about 4 servings. For a healthier option, opt for whole wheat pasta instead of white pasta. Remember to always read the nutritional label. Persons suffering from gallbladder disease should consume food that are lower than 3g saturated fat per 100g...
  5. [Recipe] Gallbladder-friendly Red Lentil Curry Soup

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    This delicious, gallbladder-friendly recipe is perfect for the upcoming cold winter nights in South Africa. It is easy to prepare and super healthy. Remember, some food types effect each of us differently. You have to find out what works for you. Don’t be afraid to edit some recipes to suit...
  6. Exercise myths

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    We all know the importance of regular exercise. Getting enough exercise is vital to our overall health and helps improve blood circulation, prevent obesity and aids in fighting diseases like cold & flu, heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high cholesterol and anxiety & depression to name a few. So, what counts...
  7. [Recipe] Delicious & Healthy Chocolate Lamingtons

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    This delicious gluten free, low sugar, recipe is easy to make and yields about 20 servings. Ingredients: Sponge cake 1 cup Coconut flour 1 tsp Baking powder 12 Eggs 1/2 cup Rice malt syrup 2 tsp Vanilla extract 2/3 cups Coconut oil, melted 1 cup Raspberry jam (optional) 2 cups...
  8. The importance of B12 Vitamins

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    There are 8 B vitamins in the B Vitamin Complex – B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12. These vitamins are some of the most important vitamins our bodies need. B vitamins help our bodies to run smoothly and to its full capacity. B12 can be found in meat,...
  9. [Recipe] Smoky Mixed Potato Wedges

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    This delicious recipe is easy to make and is truly delicious. Yields 8 servings and takes about 45 minutes to prepare. Ingredients 2 large Sweet potatoes 2 medium Potatoes Sea salt Freshly ground black pepper 1 tsp Sweet smoked paprika Olive oil Method Preheat the oven to 200ºC/ 400ºF. Place...
  10. The Benefits of Meditation

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    Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years by almost all nations. Each era, country or race had their own interpretation of meditation, but we all did it. Meditation is a state where you either push all thoughts from your mind or where you only focus on one individual thought,...

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