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Collagen - not just for our skin

Collagen - not just for our skin

Collagen is the most abundant protein found in all mammals and although it is vitally important for the strenght and integrity of our skin
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Selenium - absolutely vital for your health

Selenium - absolutely vital for your health

This trace mineral is lacking in most New Zealand soild and is absolutely vital for our health
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Exfoliation at Home

Exfoliation at Home

Exfoliation is the removal of the top skin cells that have finished their working lives and need to be removed. It depends on your type of skin and the method as to how often exfoliation should take place.
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Beautiful skin - ageing gracefully

Beautiful skin - ageing gracefully

Sadly, ageing gracefully is not as easy as it sounds - it actually takes a bit of work.
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Summer skin health

Summer skin health

The skin is the largest organ of the body and creates our first line of defence from potentially harmful environmental agents, like liquids, gases, bacteria and the sun.
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Healthy hair, skin and nails

Healthy hair, skin and nails

One of the most common questions we are asked at Health House is
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Why we need silica in our diet

Why we need silica in our diet

I received an email from a reader of my Stay Healthy book asking “Why is silica not covered in your excellent book?" A very good question – silica is an important nutrient
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I had my thyroid levels tested

I had my thyroid levels tested

When I visited the naturopath he studied my face then told me I had the classic sign of an underactive thyroid
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Five naturopatic choices

Five naturopatic choices

Water - if you don’t like it, please find a compromise.
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My Health Check-up Part Two

My Health Check-up Part Two

Results of my first medical check in 70 years
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Minerals

Minerals

Minerals are defined as being naturally occurring chemicals which are solid at room temperature, represented by a chemical formula, usually not resulting from the activity of living organisms and with an ordered atomic arrangement.
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The CAA Story

The CAA Story

I thought I would share with you the story behind our CAA-Multi capsules and how CAA-Multi came to be our top selling product.
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