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Holland & Barrett is the UK's leading retailer of vitamins, minerals and herbal supplements.
Interest in natural food supplements has increased considerably over the last few years and Holland & Barrett has always had a commitment to its customers to provide high quality products at value for money prices.


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8 Amazing Coconut Oil Health Benefits

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Drinking just one sugar-sweetened drink every day increases your chances of developing heart disease?

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Forever Living Products - FLP -The world leader in Aloe vera products

We are the world's largest growers and producers of Aloe Vera and have a patented stabilisation process ensuring ours is essentially identical to the inner leaf gel. Freshness is therefore assured. Our Aloe is also free from herbicides, pesticides, pasteurisation, freeze drying and heat treatment. To ensure that we always have sufficient Aloe to meet the worldwide demand for our products, we have thousands of acres of plantations in the Dominican Republic, Mexico and the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. We also have our own 'bee fields', an area that is free from polutants and chemicals where our bees can make their honey. This ensures that our bee products are as pure as you can get.

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Simply Supplements is the UK's second largest online retailer of vitamin and mineral food supplements. Launced 10 years ago, the Simply Supplements range has grown significantly in popularity. We have introduced industry leading products and strive to achieve the best quality ingredients in all the products we sell.

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myvitamins, a fresh and contemporary concept in vitamin and mineral food supplements, is a new e-commerce brand launched by The Hut Group, and is sister company to Europe’s number 1 online sports nutrition brand Myprotein.

myvitamins offers premium quality vitamins, minerals and extracts direct to the door with free delivery available on every order. With a range of over 40 specially designed products targeting women, men and kids, the whole family can shop with confidence for all their health, vitality and wellbeing requirements. Key product ranges include fish oils, vitamins & minerals, vitality and weight loss, whilst also offering niche products specific to bone & joint health, detox & anti ageing, and heart & brain health.


ZipVit, established in 1999 is one of the leading UK suppliers of Vitamins, Minerals, Supplements and Sports Nutrition. We offer an unrivalled range (more than 350 products) to a broad customer group. Our premium quality Vitamins and Supplements are offered with free delivery (subject to minimum spend).


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Drinking water
At the Correct Time Maximises
its effectiveness
on the Human body

* 2 Glasses of water after waking up
- helps digestion

* 1 Glass of water 30 minutes before a meal
- helps digestion

* 1 glass of water before taking a bath/shower
- helps lower blood pressure

* 1 glass of water before going to bed
- avoids stroke or heart attack

Happy Drinking (H20)!!

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The Truth About Ellagic Acid and Red Raspberries

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Beetroot 'may cut blood pressure'.

Root vegetable, and potential lifesaver?

Drinking 500ml of beetroot juice a day can significantly reduce blood pressure, UK research suggests.
The key beneficial ingredient appears to be nitrate, which is also found in green, leafy vegetables.

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Cranberry

Has long been linked to helping defeat urinary tract infections, and recent research is beginning to bear this out.

Research recommends making cranberries part of your diet if you are prone to recurrent urinary infections

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Vitamin B 'puts off Alzheimer's'

A new study suggests high doses of B vitamins may halve the rate of brain shrinkage in older people experiencing some of the warning signs of Alzheimer's disease.

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of your body.

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Celery and Blood Pressure - Click Here for further details

Eating Celery to lower blood pressure, Celery is a natural diuretic.


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Small daily aspirin dose 'cuts cancer risk'
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Tea 'healthier' drink than water
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Ellagic acid acts as a scavenger to bind cancer-causing chemicals, making them inactive
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Iodine protects the thyroid gland from radiation damage.
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Here are x13 smart habits to get into if you want to increase your life span...
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1. Eat Plenty of Plant Foods. Eating a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, pulses and legumes has been linked with a decreased risk of disease and a longer life. Various studies are showing that the Mediterranean Diet for example is linked with a lower risk of premature death. Other links include a decreased risk of brain deterioration, cancer, depression, heart disease and metabolic syndrome. Eating plant foods has been thought to attribute to these effects as they can provide a wide range of nutrients including carotenoids, folate, polyphenols and Vitamin C. Several studies have also linked vegan and vegetarian diets with a 12-15% lowered risk of premature death.

2. Avoid Smoking. Smokers can lose up to 10 years of their lives and may be three times more likely to die prematurely than those who don't smoke cigarettes. Smoking is also strongly linked with disease and early death. Men and women who smoke can lose up to 10 years of their lives and are three times more likely to die prematurely as opposed to those who have never picked up a cigarette. The good news is that it's never too late to give up smoking and one study shows that even people who quit smoking by age 35 may be able to prolong their life by 8.5 years. While quitting smoking in your sixties can add up to 3.7 years to your life.

3. Keep Alcohol to a Minimum. Drinking heavy amounts of alcohol is linked with a higher risk of developing liver, heart and pancreatic disease along with an increased risk of early death. But moderate consumption fairs better and this is associated with a reduced likelihood of developing several diseases, along with a 17-18% reduced risk of premature death. Drinking red wine occasionally therefore may be beneficial as it contains a high level of polyphenol antioxidants and wine has been shown to have protective benefits against diabetes, heart disease, metabolic syndrome and neurological disorders.

4. Increase Exercise and Activity Levels. Staying physically active can keep you healthy and increase your longevity. There are many benefits to regular exercise and it's been found that as little as 15 minutes per day can add an additional 3 years of life. One recent review found that there was a 22% lower risk of early death in the individuals who partook in exercise but did less than the 150 minutes per week that is recommended.

5. Take Curcumin. The bio-active compound known as curcumin that is found in the Indian spice turmeric contains numerous antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can help to maintain brain, heart and lung function and this can also protect against age-related diseases and cancer. Curcumin has also been linked to an increased life span in test subjects. For all of these reasons Curcumin has many potential health benefits when taken daily.

6. Avoid Eating Carbs and High Sugar Foods. Certain test subject studies have shown that it's possible to have a reduction in carbs and high sugar intake and this may increase maximum lifespan. Calorie restriction has also been linked to reduced excess body weight and belly fat and that both of these have been linked to shorter lives. If you want to get healthy, eat smaller amounts and try fasting for one day a week or month. Long-term calorie restriction can be unsustainable and this can include negative side effects like hunger, lowered body temperature and a diminished sex drive.

7. Eat Nuts. Rich in antioxidants, fiber, protein and beneficial plant compounds, nuts are a good source of various vitamins and minerals, like copper, folate, magnesium, potassium, niacin, along with Vitamins B6 and E. Meanwhile a recent study has also indicated that eating at least 3 servings of nuts a week is associated with a 39% lowered risk of premature death.

8. Drink Tea or Coffee. Tea and coffee are linked with a decreased risk of chronic disease. Green tea contains polyphenols and catechins that may decrease the risk of developing cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Coffee consumption is also linked with a lowered risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes, brain diseases, cancers, heart disease and even Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Both tea and coffee drinkers can benefit from a 20-30% lowered risk of early death when compared to non-drinkers. Too much caffeine however can lead to anxiety and insomnia, so limiting your intake to 400mg per day is highly recommended - around 2-4 cups of coffee or less.

9. Avoid Chronic Stress and Choose Relaxation. Anxiety and stress can play a role in significantly decreasing your lifespan. Women with anxiety and stress are believed to be up to 2 times more likely to die from heart disease, lung cancer or stroke for example. The risk of premature death is also three times higher for stressed men too.

10. Maintain Healthy Social Networks. Researchers have found that maintaining healthy social networks can help you to live up to 50% longer. Studies show that there's a link between healthy social networks and having positive changes within the brain, heart and that it may also benefit immune function which can also decrease the risk of chronic diseases. It's believed that a strong social network can help you to react to stress less negatively, which could perhaps further explain the positive effect on your lifespan.

11. Become More Conscientious. Based on data of 1,500 boys and girls from young to old age, kids that were considered disciplined, organised and persistent grew up to live 11% longer than their non-conscientious counterparts. Conscientious people have lowered blood pressure with fewer psychiatric conditions along with a lowered risk of diabetes, heart and joint problems.

12. Be Happy. Feeling happiness can increase your longevity and a study over a 5 year period found that there was a 3.7% reduction in early death. A review of 35 studies has also shown that happy people can live up to 18% longer than people who are less happy.

13. Get a Good Night's Sleep. We need sleep as it plays a vital role in regulating cell function and enabling the body to heal. Recent reports have suggested a link between regular sleeping patterns (i.e. going to bed at the same time each day) and longevity. The duration of sleep also seems to play a major factor and surprisingly, sleeping too much is associated with a 38% decrease in lifespan. Not getting enough sleep can also promote inflammation within the body and increase the development of certain health conditions like diabetes, heart disease and obesity. All of these are associated with a shortened lifespan.


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