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10 tips for improving your eyesight

Posted on 30-03-2022

The following tips for improving your eyesight offer insights into good habits and actions which will have a positive impact on your visual health.

Although they cannot cure problems such as short-sightedness, far-sightedness or astigmatism, they can certainly help you to correct minor complaints, like dry eyes or eye fatigue.

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Citrus Fruit Time

Posted on 02-03-2022

Oranges, Mandarin oranges and clementines start to ripen in October and can be picked until May. Thanks to cold storage facilities we can actually enjoy oranges all year round, but they are at their very best in winter when they reach optimum ripeness, making them sweeter and even more delicious.

So, having orange juice for breakfast helps us get a great start to the day, giving us energy, preventing colds and strengthening our immune system, doesn’t it?

Yes—and no.

Vitamin C is definitely important for a healthy immune system, but vitamin C supplements are unable to actually prevent or cure colds.

Citrus fruits are renowned for being rich in vitamin C, but do not have the highest vitamin C content of all foods. Broccoli contains twice as much vitamin C than an orange, while bell peppers have three times as much. Parsley has four times as much, though you would have to eat a large bunch to get the equivalent to an orange.

 

 

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Irritable colon or irritable bowel syndrome. Get to know what goes on inside your body.

Posted on 20-12-2021

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a recurrent chronic digestive functional disorder, characterized by distension (bloating caused by abdominal distention, gas or meteorism), abdominal pain, which is the main symptom and is usually relieved after bowel movements; and altered bowel habits (changes in frequency and/or consistency of the stool) in the absence of an organic disease. Its prevalence has increased over time, it is seen as frequently in adults as in children, and the symptoms have a significant impact on quality of life.

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