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Probiotics for mood support

Probiotics for mood support

Recent research has discovered something extraordinary: that consuming specific types of probiotic supplements can have a positive effect on mood, through interactions with the microbiome and effects on the gut-brain axis. What is the microbiome? Our gut contains...

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Digestive health is linked to mental health

Digestive health is linked to mental health

Did you know that the health of your digestive system can affect your moods and mental health? We are used to thinking of our minds and our bodies as being separate, however scientific research is now confirming that the mind and body are inextricably linked....

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Dietary recommendations for healthy moods

Dietary recommendations for healthy moods

The SMILES diet Evidence from scientific studies show that healthy diets are associated with healthier moods, whilst unhealthy diets are associated with poor mental health. To examine the relationship between diet and mood more closely, researchers ran a trial called...

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Magnesium is critical for balancing blood sugar levels

Magnesium is critical for balancing blood sugar levels

Balance blood glucose levels for good health Carbohydrates from the food we eat are broken down into glucose, which then enters the blood stream. When blood glucose levels rise, the pancreas produces a hormone called insulin, which tells our body cells to take up...

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Supporting healthy blood pressure with Magnesium

Supporting healthy blood pressure with Magnesium

Magnesium regulates blood pressure Maintaining blood pressure within the heathy range is important to avoid damage to the heart, brain and kidneys. Magnesium keeps the blood vessels heathy and flexible, allowing them to dilate and constrict as needed to adjust blood...

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