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An unpopular theory could hold the key to major diseases

Discover why you gut could be at the heart of major conditions Severe depression, fibromyalgia and even autism linked to poor digestive function Your humble servant may just come to the rescue again – find out why If it’s not a rude question to pose you – do your guts leak? Please don’t take offence at my blunt approach, because I’m not actually asking you the question that you think I am. This has nothing to do with what comes…
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Why it’s a day for skipping, asparagus and stress

Why today is all about asparagus, skipping and a ‘silent killer’  How to de-stress with a cat (without owning one)  The benefits of being crushed by a blanket It’s ‘Stress Awareness Month’! Did you know? Nope, neither did I. I’m sure there’s someone who works in a secure basement in an undisclosed location whose job it is to allocate these special occasions. A quick glance on Wikipedia and it appears that this month has also been… Autism Awareness Month Cancer…
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Discover a Transylvanian method to fight Hay Fever

Why am I sneezing on a frosty day? How this ancient mineral can brighten your sunny day A look back stirs these powerful memories. Dear <NAME> OK, so the sun has been showing… but it has still been cold. We’ve had frosts most nights, none of my shrubs are in leaf and the central heating is still used at least once a day. So why am I suffering from Hay Fever? Exactly which plants have decided it’s time to be…
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Are lamb and red wine good for the brain?

New research revealed  The food deficiency that causes 67% of these cancer cases  Are lamb and red wine good for the brain? The World Cancer Research Fund has published some brand new research. I think it could be of interest to Good Life Letter readers. Yes, it pretty much backs up what our message has ALWAYS been – but it’s worth remembering – eat a wide range of whole foods to avoid pain and serious illness. The WCRF has reported…
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This is why BBC’s Bill Turnbull wants you to act now

The incidence of this condition is increasing, but it has to be stopped How a simple 30 second online test can help The daily routine that will protect your prostate – click here Today’s letter concerns an emotive, worrying and deeply personal topic for many people. I’ll guarantee that any man of a certain age will be thinking about this. In some cases it might even be keeping you awake at night – literally. I’m talking about the prostate gland…
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If you feel the cold even in spring, read this

A hidden cause of feeling cold in spring  The genetic curse of coldness  Two nutrients that could help you regulate your temperature How was your Easter? After the ‘stay at home’ order lifted we were finally able to travel to places for walks and recreation. So I hope you got out and about. There was only one snag (for me, at least)… It wasn’t exactly the warmest long weekend. Not in my neck of the woods, anyway. Lara and I…
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