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  • Looking After Your Liver – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog

    Looking After Your Liver – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog0

    95% of the body’s detoxification enzymes are found in the Liver. ? To look after your Liver, start by reducing toxins like refined sugar, saturated fat, carbonated drinks, smoking, alcohol, pollution, cleaning products. ? Try giving your body a rest from heavy meats and Monosaccharide carbs, by replacing a meal with a green smoothie using

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  • SIBO Solutions – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog

    SIBO Solutions – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog0

    Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth or SIBO, is a condition that can be minor or have debilitating symptoms. Most commonly, doctors will prescribe a type of antibiotic to eliminate overgrown bacteria. What happens when the patients SIBO arise again after a round of antibiotics? SIBO isn’t a “quick fix” condition Western conventional medicine, in a nutshell,

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  • Cold Water Shock – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog

    Cold Water Shock – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog0

    Emma Hammett A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience On a hot day, plunging into a cool pool or the sea may well be a very appealing prospect. However, every year people die from a physiological reaction known as cold water shock. The Royal National Lifeboat

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  • What’s causing your cough? – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog

    What’s causing your cough? – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog0

    Coughing is a natural reflux that helps keep your airways clear. In this post, we’ll be taking a look at some of the common causes of a lingering cough. While having a cough is quite normal and usually nothing to worry about, you should see a GP if you’ve had a cough for longer than

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  • FODMAP – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog

    FODMAP – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog0

      “Mindful eating is eating with intention while paying attention.” – Katie Konersman RD, CDE  If you are present in the digestive health community or simply into diets, you might have heard of something called the Low-FODMAP Diet. The diets abbreviation stands for fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols. The fancy names simply refer to a

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  • Support for Carers – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog

    Support for Carers – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog0

    Emma Hammett A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience Unpaid carers are a lifeline to those they look after and are of huge benefit to society as a whole. A staggering 7 million of us in the UK are carers and so the relief to NHS

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