5. Healthier Liver British research highlights the benefits of even one month on the dry! When 102 relatively healthy men and women in their forties (who all drank more than government guidelines) abstained for four weeks, they displayed reduced ‘liver stiffness’ – an indication of disease – by 12.5%. Their insulin resistance, a measurement of diabetes risk, had come down by 28% and they all… [read more]
GIN AND TONIC These classic ‘n fresh lollies will quench your thirst and cool you down… Serves 10 700ml tonic 45ml gin ¼ lime, juiced A few slices of cucumber Mix together the tonic, gin and lime juice then pour into your moulds over the cucumber slices. Easy!
Dates have high levels of soluble fiber, essential in promoting healthy bowel movements relieving constipation. Help to inhibit growth of pathological organisms in the intestines. Its organic sulfur helps in the reduction of allergic reactions & seasonal allergies. Its potassium helps promote a healthy & responsive nervous system & improves speed & alertness of brain activity. Commonly used as a remedy for alcoholic intoxication providing a sobering effect. Great for muscle development…
The American Diabetes Association claims that sugar alcohols are acceptable in a moderate amount but should not be eaten in excess. Some people with diabetes, especially Type I diabetics, have found that their blood sugars rise if sugar alcohols are eaten in uncontrolled amounts