South Africa is renowned for our beautiful climate, picture perfect beaches and bucket-list bushveld adventures. An active outdoor lifestyle together with one of the highest monitored global ultraviolet levels sets the stage for our South African population to have one of the highest skin cancer rates world-wide. Keep reading for your CHEAT SHEETS to skin cancer’s 3 main Big Bad Wolves. Learn how to identify them and how worried you should be about them!
If it’s not one of the common culprits – like dairy or gluten – then it’s probably one of the ‘weird and wonderfuls’ – like lectins, histamine or sulfites. Right?
On the up side, it’s not just a ‘you thing’; research now suggests that food sensitivities and related diseases affect at least 100 million people worldwide, and have increased by more than 50% in adults and children in recent years. Seriously, it really does feel like we really are becoming allergic to 21st century! But fear not! Keep reading to learn whether you have a true food allergy and what you can do about it!
Losing hair is distressing!
There are many types of hair loss. Some varieties are associated with patchy hair loss and some with more diffuse hair loss. Let’s take a closer look at a typical hair loss type causing diffuse loss of hair called – telogen effluvium.
Learn WHAT it is, WHY it happens and WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT!
Unfortunately, the existing science on the health benefits of dairy is about as unclear as a glass of milk!
Think about all the components of a dairy product – its fat content;, micronutrient density, added sugar, additives or sweeteners; number of live probiotic bacteria…
Think about how that dairy product has been processed and where it is coming from…
With all these considerations, it’s no surprise that studies reveal conflicting results! Let’s take a deep dive into dairy and decide whether it is a health food or a health risk.