General Health

7 April 2016

The Road To Real Health Goals

With all eyes on sport this summer, it's a time when Brits will be set to support and be inspired by the UK's sporting heroes' achievements on the world stage. ...
1 April 2016

What Happens When You Eat Sugar?

We all have a good idea of how alcohol can affect our body, but what about sugar? A new tool developed by Benenden outlines the affect that sugar has on the ...
18 March 2016

Why The Clocks Going Forward Is Bad For Your Health

According to recent research from Leeds University and Silentnight, we lose more than fifteen days of sleep on average every year. Add another hour on to this soon for the ...
9 February 2016

The myths about staying safe in the sun

Many people get caught out by the sun because of the myths surrounding staying safe in the sun. "I won't get a tan whilst wearing suncream", "You get what you ...
16 January 2016

Iwan Thomas’ Top Tips For Quitting Smoking And Getting Fit

For year's I've known that my mum was suffering from a smoking related illness, but only recently did I realise she was living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) - ...
15 January 2016

Is Positive Thinking Good For Your Health?

'Be Positive', it's easy to say, but many of us find it difficult to find something positive to say or do, when we are constantly bombarded with negativity on a ...
4 January 2016

Are you sleep deprived?

Research has found those working gruelling hours across the public sector are being left worryingly sleep deprived- with many only managing a shocking SIX hours sleep per night. A study ...
5 December 2015

Brits Reveal The True Worth Of A Word

As winter approaches, coughs and splutters are imminent for most of us, but it's the thought of waking up without a voice that is making people break in to a ...
3 December 2015

Combat S.A.D This Winter Season With Dr Bronner's Colour Therapy

Colour therapy, also known as Chromotherapy, dates back to the sun-worshipers of Ancient Egypt when light was used to cure sickness and disease. The colours used in Chromotherapy reflect the ...
12 November 2015

Not A Dry Eye In The Room

As the weather gets colder we often think of wrapping up warm and taking precautions to protect our skin, but many of us underestimate the importance of protecting our eye ...
15 October 2015

How to avoid putting on weight at work

It's easy to pile on the pounds when your job means sitting at a desk all day. So we have rounded up some tips to help you maintain your weight ...

9 October 2015

Red Wine Healthy and Helps Weight Loss

Too good to be true- Think Again Recent research has confirmed that drinking two glasses of red wine in the evening can actually assist your wieght loss. The research revealed ...

17 September 2015

Sun - Good Or Bad

Public health organisations, such as the World Health Organisation (WHO) are being challenged to issue specific recommendations as to how long people should stay out in the sun. These recommendations ...
11 September 2015

Dr Adam Friedmann Busts Eczema Myths Ahead Of National Eczema Week

Bad diet, nasty steroids, 'the cure' and staying away from the pool; a top Harley Street dermatologist debunks common myths about one of the nation's most dreaded skin conditions - ...

9 September 2015

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Gum Disease

Gum disease, aka periodontal disease, is one of the biggest threats to our oral health. Gum disease is a set of conditions that affect the supporting structures around your teeth. ...

2 September 2015

Cycle to Work Day: Denise van Outen’s top 5 reasons for cycling to work

Denise Van Outen is supporting the 3rd annual Cycle to Work Day event- so she has come up with her top reasons to travel to work via bike. As tens ...
1 September 2015

How to deal with workplace odours

The majority of people will have sat next to a whiffy co-worker. Whether the source is smelly feet, stinky breath or a bad case of BO, it seems an odorous ...
1 September 2015

Why should you stop smoking?

While smoking rates have more than halved since 1974, there are still around 10 million adult smokers in the UK and of these, more than 100,000 die from smoking related ...
20 August 2015

Happy Feet, Happy Heart

We've all heard the line "A man's heart is through his stomach." And sure, who doesn't't love a great meal, especially when someone cooks it for you! However, being ...
18 August 2015

Kick Cellulite to the Curb Naturally, with Top Tips from Expert Nutritional Therapist Jacqueline New

Cellulite plagues a staggering 85% of women in the UK, leaving many feeling self-conscious about exposing their bodies and often feeling lost as to how to rid themselves of these ...

18 August 2015

Banish your hangover the natural way

With summer and the holiday season in full swing, many are often left feeling worse for wear and fighting the effects of late night alcohol. Luckily, Real Health Wholefood's Consultant ...
14 August 2015

Top Tips For Keeping An Eye On Your Children’s Vision

A lot of parents lead very busy lives, trying to balance the demands of looking after children, the home and work. Whilst of course all parents want to do everything ...
12 August 2015

Top 5 ways to maximize your spa visit for time-poor travelers

1. Plan ahead When scheduling your treatment, ask for advice from the spa team on the type of treatment that may fit your needs. If you didn't have time to ...

5 August 2015

Pancreatic Cancer Answer?

A simple urine test that could detect the most common form of pancreatic cancer (pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma) much earlier than at present has been developed by scientists in England and ...
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