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  • Chris Woollams Health WatchSmoking, banned, UK, smoke free generation, British PM, Rishi Sunak, cigarettes, British government, cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, strokes, lung cancer, colorectal cancer, damaged, gut microbiome, reduced immune system, smoking habit

    Smoking ban in UK to create smoke free generation

    British PM Rishi Sunak plans to raise the legal age of buying cigarettes by one year every year to stop a whole generation from smoking; he is planning a free vote in Parliament amongst MPs. Recognising that it’s hard to quit smoking once you have started, Sunak plans to ban sales of smoking products to anyone born after January 1st…

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  • Chris Woollams Health WatchSugar, glucose, alcohol, fruits, honey, whole grains, fructose, syrup, breads, pasta, chronic, illnesses, barriers, prediabetes, diabetes, B1, magnesium, calcium, potassium, vitamin D, protein, cardiovascular, disease, strokes, dementia, cancer, E coli, chemicals

    Give up Sugar for 10 days; feel the difference

    When you give up sugar (not just glucose, but also alcohol, bought fruit juices, refined foods, fizzy drinks, alcohol, cake, biscuits, breads and pasta) for just 10-14 days, your body and your health will improve significantly. You’ll notice health improvements almost immediately.  You will stop insulin resistance; Around 70 per cent of Western adults have some degree of insulin resistance.…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    What is healthy fibre?

    There are two types of healthy fibre: soluble fibre, which feeds your helpful gut bacteria and makes compounds to help you live a healthier life, and insoluble fibre which helps clear waste from the gut. Here are examples of fibre, and benefits. Dietary fibre – essential for health Dietary fibre (also called roughage) is the part of your food that…

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