P.E.A Reducing Pain And Frequency of Migraines

Bev Dunne

P.E.A. also known as palmitoylethanolamide which is a natural substance produced by our body to target pain and inflammation. As I have written previously, P.E.A. is a fatty acid amino molecule which has an important role on a cellular level in treating pain and inflammation. Because of this it has been found to contain anti-inflammatory, anti-pain, anti-convulsive and neuroprotective properties.  

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Aged Garlic Lowers Blood Pressure & Cholesterol, Plus Increases Beneficial Gut Bacteria

Bev Dunne
Some time ago I read some extremely concerning statistics regarding the number of Australians suffering from hypertension (high blood pressure). Close to 6 million Australian adults have high blood pressure. What is even more concerning is the rate of adults in regional/rural areas with high blood pressure is even higher – in fact it’s another 27% higher!! 

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Silica For Vibrant Hair, Skin & Nails Plus Healthy Bones, Cartilage & Tendons!

Bev Dunne
It seems that forever people have been seeking the answer to maintaining beautiful, radiant skin as well a lovely strong nails and of course gorgeous lustrous, shiny hair – yes we want it all!! Did you know one of nature’s beauty secrets is a trace mineral called Silica. Silica assists in preserving the composition of our nails and hair. It is also an essential function of the formation of collagen which in turn is also a component of connective tissue. 

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Chlorophyll Helping With Bad Breath And Body Odour

Bev Dunne
As many would know, chlorophyll is this amazing green substance found in plants which stores sunlight and transforms it into energy. Chlorophyll is also known for its deodorising and cleansing properties, hence its benefit when treating bad breath and body odour. Chlorophyll literally cleans our body from the inside out by detoxifying our body of the toxins which can cause body odour and bad breath.

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Quercetin - The Natural Antihistamine

Bev Dunne
A supplement known as Quercetin is often referred to a nature’s antihistamine because it has been found to reduce allergic response, preventing the release of histamine. Quercetin is an antioxidant flavonoid which is found in numerous foods such as berries, broccoli, grapes, red onions, and apples to name a few. It is believed Quercetin may have anti-allergenic and antihistamine benefits and as well may lessen the respiratory consequences of allergies by reducing inflammation of the airways.

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Beetroot Juice For Energy, Liver and Blood Pressure!!

Bev Dunne
Beetroot is not only one of the highest sources of antioxidants it also contains a high amount of the compound nitrate which assists in expanding the body’s blood vessels and increasing circulation of oxygen to the heart, brain, and muscles. It is therefore fantastic for anybody undertaking an exercise regime, particularly weight training. 

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Power Up Your Health With Acai Berries

Bev Dunne
The tribes of the Amazon Rain Forest originally used the acai berry for medicinal purposes and its wonderful health benefits. In the 1990’s Brazilian surfers and fitness enthusiasts discovered the berry and found it to be a great pick me up. From there the Acai Bowl as we know it, became hugely popular all over the world. And with good reason!

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Feeling Tired & Sluggish - Revitalise With A Detox

Bev Dunne
As does often happen at this time of the year, we are frequently asked for advice on detoxing. I think this year there are even more of us wanting to get our health and wellbeing back on track – I certainly know I do. Spring has arrived, the sun is out (mostly) and I’ve kickstarted my exercise regime and have begun my detox!

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Matcha Green Tea - Chill Out Like A Buddhist Monk

Bev Dunne

For many of us green tea is the tea of choice when it comes to a warm beverage. We know it has many health benefits including being high in antioxidants.

Matcha green tea has also become very popular over the past few years, and we’re often asked just what the differences are between matcha green tea and regular green tea.

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Magnesium For Insomnia, Stress, Restless Legs, Cramps, PMS, Migraines And More!

Bev Dunne
Magnesium for a long time has been the ‘go to’ mineral to assist with treatment of muscle cramps and restless legs. In fact, it’s beneficial for many muscular problems, from eye twitches to fibromyalgia.

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