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Results from a study undertaken by the Common Cold Centre in Cardiff University showed that echinacea taken by healthy adults every day for four months could result in a 26 per cent reduction in the length of a cold, although the study has limitations.Not all echinacea is the same, A Vogel's drops use purpurea herb, freshly harvested and organically grown to maximise its potency – by almost three times, according to them.Nutritionists are always on at us to eat two pieces of oily fish a week for heart health, skin health, benefits to the brain, joints and even mental health.This is due to omega-3 fatty acids (such as DHA and EPA) which can also be found in walnuts, flaxseed and for cheaters – fish oil supplements.Healthista's choice is Biocare Mega EPA which claims to have an outstanding quality and high potency, using natural triglyceride forms and fish oil from anchovines and sardines.If you're looking to detox the body, let us introduce you to chlorella.Journal of Medicinal Food researchers state, 'chlorella intake resulted in noticeable reductions in body fat percentage, serum total cholesterol, and fasting blood glucose levels'.

They are also in high concentration – the vitamin D, for example, is 1000IU, which is more than some stand alone vitamin D supplements.Until then, echinacea is a life saviour for many who fall unlucky to the winter bug, including Adele, who reportedly takes it four times a day to keep from getting ill.



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