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  • Turmeric and ginger greens – healthy brunch recipe

    Favourite healthy brunch recipe Here is my favourite healthy brunch recipe.  You can have it on its own (vegan) with eggs (vegetarian) whichever way you like them, toast or pita bread.  And/or some add-ons like smoked salmon, avocado, grilled tomatoes, haloumi…the list is endless. Turmeric…

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  • Moving in your 80s – Happy birthday!

    By Joan Ebsworth, guest writer for sense*, biologist and mother of sense* Founder, Jonathan on Moving in your 80s. Crucial to prevent muscle wastage, losing bone density and, more importantly, keeping independence.  Moving in your 80s is crucial Of course “moving in your 80s “is…

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  • Health Gurus to follow in 2021

    What makes a health guru? Firstly, health gurus need to have your full confidence.  So whilst, it goes against the grain to some extent, most of the health gurus we have chosen are medical doctors first and foremost.  We also have included the odd scientist/clinician…

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  • Webinar podcast : New Years Resolutions that Go the Distance for Your Health!

    Accredited nutritionist, author and broadcaster, Amanda Hamilton highlights the New Years Resolutions that will do the most for your health! You Tube video

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  • Looking after yourself at Christmas

    How to enjoy the festive season and not fall over There are so many stresses and strains on us in December that sometimes we can over do the “good times”.  This can often end badly by us falling over, not literally (although that can happen…

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  • The mission to improve the Nation’s immune health

    Whose taking Responsibility for the  Nation’s immune health? On the face of it, as a Nation it seems we don’t collectively have a healthy, properly function immune system. If we did, we surely wouldn’t be back to the level of restrictions that we are seeing…

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  • Getting zinc’d on the public agenda

    Why getting zinc’d made was critical Life was much more straightforward back in March before the coronavirus pandemic had hit .  Getting zinc’d made was nowhere. None of us would have thought that we would have lived through a lock-down by now.  Where the Government…

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  • The body’s defences: intervention v. balance

    By Joan Ebsworth, guest writer for sense*, biologist and mother of sense* Founder, Jonathan on the debate between the theories between Pasteur and Bechamp.  A debate that plot the course of medicine for over a century and has had a profound affect on how we…

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  • Feeling rubbish? Why we don’t feel great all the time

    Feeling rubbish is the norm.  Why? No-one has really come up with a clear cut reason why we are feeling rubbish a lot of the time or why we all get ill every winter. Why niggling colds and flu cannot be shaken quickly. Why some…

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  • The biology and ethics of vegetarianism (including vegans too!)

    By Joan Ebsworth, guest writer for sense*, biologist and mother of sense* Founder, Jonathan on the biology and ethics of vegetarianism. Are humans designed to eat meat?  Do we have the right to slaughter animals in the way we do?  Biology was the place to…

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  • Coping with stress – how are you doing?

    Coping with stress in time of COVID Life is not currently easy.  Many of us have huge stresses that have been forced upon us by all the changes from living through a global pandemic. So how are you doing? Change in itself adds more stress onto you.…

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  • Environmental Impact of not eating meat – A reason for being vegan

    By Joan Ebsworth, guest writer for sense*, biologist and mother of sense* Founder, Jonathan on a reason for being vegan. One of the biggest impacts on the environment is meat production. Read about the adverse effects on the planet.  Starting Off: Unexpected reason for being…

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