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💪 IMMUNE RESILIENCE #25: HUMAN CONNECTION, COVID-19 & BLACK LIVES

Immune Resilience Series #25: Human Connection, Covid-19 & Black Lives. I wonder if humankind has ever felt more vulnerable, alone, disconnected, misunderstood and unhappy? All these are factors which impact powerfully on our sense of self-worth and value, and also provoke a chronic and enduring stress response which depletes and...

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Why Women Should Track Their Vitamin D

Why Women Should Track Their Vitamin D. In the wake of reducing our risk for and recovering from COVID-19, and as we come into full summer, Vitamin D is on the tip of everyone’s tongue.  And research is giving us plenty on the pros (and the cons) of supplementing D.  But why should...

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Make More Room for MUSHROOMS – an ancient superfood!

Make more room for mushrooms – an ancient superfood! We’re all pretty familiar with the culinary use of mushrooms, but there is now a burgeoning science on the mighty mushroom’s important ecological and medicinal benefits. In fact, mushrooms aren’t actually a vegetable, they’re the fruiting body of fungi and are...

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World Milk Day 2020

World Milk Day – 1st June 2020. Monday 1st June is World Milk Day 2020. Established 20 years ago, World Milk Day recognises and celebrates the importance of milk as a global food, actively promoting the benefits of milk and dairy products around the world, including how dairy supports the livelihoods of...

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Let’s educate BEFORE we medicate

LET’S EDUCATE BEFORE WE MEDICATE!  Building our immune resilience is the key to reducing the risk or recovering from illnesses and viruses such as the devastating Covid-19. Of course, we must protect ourselves and each other with important hygiene measures like thorough hand-washing… but we must face the fact that...

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Spontaneous Remissions – Fact or Fiction?

Spontaneous Remissions – Fact or Fiction? The American Dictionary of Psychology describes spontaneous remission as “a reduction or disappearance of symptoms without any therapeutic intervention, which may be temporary or permanent. It most commonly refers to medical, rather than psychological, conditions”. Medical students are taught that accounts of spontaneous remissions or...