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B12 deficiency: The sign of low levels in the ankles and...

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B12 deficiency plagues countries worldwide - with most cases stemming from low intake of animal products, but the condition has other causes too....

High cholesterol: Indications on your toes and fingers that levels are...

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Dr Rahul Agrawal highlighted that "everyone needs to monitor their cholesterol levels". While the condition is usually symptomless, there are "certain set of...

Covid weekly deaths return to levels last seen in March

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Covid weekly deaths return to levels last seen in MARCH as...

Type 2 diabetes: The hot drink that can lower high blood...

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Exercise aids weight loss, which brings specific benefits to people living with diabetes."Losing weight (if you're overweight) will make it easier for your...

High cholesterol: Just one teaspoon of a 50p food daily can...

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High cholesterol levels are mainly caused by eating food high in fat and poor lifestyle choices. Choosing the right, healthy diet and exercising...

Diabetes: The 21p spice that drives blood sugar levels down by...

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The relevance of diet in managing diabetes is indisputable. But unfortunately, no single food is able to offer the full range of nutritional...

High cholesterol: Five fruits rich in fibre and pectin to help...

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Speaking of fibre-fruits helping to lower cholesterol, berries are also equally as powerful.Fruit contains bioactive compounds that help prevent heart disease and other...

Best supplements for cholesterol: Two daily pills which could help lower...

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NiacinWhen taken at prescription-level doses, niacin has been shown to help improve “good” HDL cholesterol levels and lower triglyceride levels.It works by blocking the...

Best supplements for cholesterol: Two daily pills which could help lower...

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NiacinWhen taken at prescription-level doses, niacin has been shown to help improve “good” HDL cholesterol levels and lower triglyceride levels.It works by blocking the...

High cholesterol: The simple shin test indicative of dangerously high levels

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In tandem with 30 minutes of daily exercise, at least five times per week, you can help reduce "bad" cholesterol by being mindful...
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