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If you're not adding Collagen to all of your favourite recipes yet, you will after trying these Cassava Collagen Blondies!
Collagen a) makes some recipes extra fluffy, chewy or creamy, b) is a much more digestible protein option compared to other protein powders - even the most natural kind. BUT WAIT, and c) provides you with ACTUAL benefits.
A lack of collagen may be the culprit behind making the physical signs of aging more prevalent!
Your body produces collagen on a regular basis but slows down with age. Collagen is the single most abundant protein in the body, it forms the structural foundation of skin, hair, nails and joints.
For many of us, a good night’s sleep may seem unattainable. We are desperate to sleep but as soon as our head hits the pillow, we toss and turn and are more awake than ever. Even if we do manage to drop off, we cannot stay asleep for long.
There are many reasons for disturbed or poor-quality sleep. Stress is the number one reason, and health issues are also high on the list.
Being fit and healthy before travelling may reduce your chances of falling victim to a nasty travel bug, but it is never foolproof, and nothing spoils a holiday more than getting sick!
So, pack some natural remedies ‘just in case’ and follow our tips to overcoming the most common travel ills.
Inflammation is simply your body’s reaction to an infection, irritation or injury. It is usually a helpful responseand shows that your body’s defences are working correctly. Sometimes, however, the body can learn to over rely on this, responding for longer than necessary or when there is no substance to fight off. An improper inflammatory response can lead to numerous health problems because it is non-specific and somewhat unpredictable.
Iodine is required for the production of the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and tri-iodothyronine (T3), which are best known for their role in metabolism (they control the rate at which calories are burned), and also regulate many other bodily processes.
But most importantly, the thyroid hormones (and consequently iodine) are vital for healthy growth, development and reproduction.