The seven deadly sins of supplements
When it comes to calling in the defence forces for your body, is a shelf bulging with supplements really the answer?
Though the fashion world relishes the onset of winter, it’s a less exciting time in the world of health and wellbeing. As temperatures drop, regular folk and health professionals alike brace themselves for the seemingly inevitable onslaught of colds, flus and viral infections.
At this in-between time of year, many of us try to get proactive, doing what we can now to prevent winding up in the clutches of some nasty, seasonal illness...
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