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We spoke to Sarah Wilson, author of international bestseller I Quit Sugar, who has helped over 700 000 people worldwide to cut sugar out of their diet. Sarah Wilson is a New York Times best-selling author and entrepreneur. Her career as a former journalist spanned 20 years across television, radio,

Today science has discovered that sleep may be even more important than healthy eating and exercise. Our sleep patterns have a deep effect on food cravings, weight balance, mental balance and organ function. After much investigation, author, botanist and indigenous living expert Arthur Haynes reveals that age-old sleep solutions out

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By KHEYRNE DANU Being stressed to the point of snapping doesn’t just happen mentally; it can also occur within your immune system. And while the complex nature of autoimmune diseases is baffling to many, the increase in autoimmunity has become a great cause for concern. Thankfully, current research is bringing

WHY POMEGRANATES? The pomegranate (Punica granatum) is known for both its culinary and medicinal properties. Several years ago, when Wendy Berrill discovered the health attributes of pomegranate juice, she met with farmers in Bonnievale in the Western Cape who had discovered that when bottling pure pomegranate juice without additives or

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is one of the fastest growing reproductive disorders in the world today. Affecting around 10% of the world’s female population PCOS has hit the status of epidemic. It’s even effecting celebrities like Victoria Beckham and Jamie Oliver’s wife, Jules Oliver. But there is hope; new schools

Tips Balance Work Family | Longevity Live

By Savannah Freemantle It’s the New Year and you’re back at your desk after your break.   Since you spend eight hours or more at work per day, perhaps more time than you spend with your family – here’s some simple ways to make this a happier, healthier stress resistant zone


By Xanthe Hunt Bisphenol A, or BPA is a (common) carbon-based synthetic compound which has been in commercial use since 1957. It is used, largely, to make plastics: BPA-based plastics are clear and very tough, and so are used to make a lot of durable consumer goods, including water bottles, sports

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Christmas and New Years is a time for celebration, which makes it almost impossible to not ‘go all out’. But after a week of overindulgence you may start to feel a little like a beached whale. Don’t worry there are a few simple tricks to get you back on track.


Written by Anastacia Tomson, with additional reporting by Kim Bell for Longevity magazine. I rifled slowly through the racks of dresses, feeling the different fabrics between my fingers. It had been months since I had last been in the men’s section, long enough that the memories had started to fade,

The creation of AquaAdvantage genetically modified salmon, commonly known as the “Frankenfish’ has created a ripple of disgust throughout the United States and abroad. On Thursday 17 December 2015, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) slithered their way out of the 2009 federal spending bill containing language to support the