You know what’s OOM PAH PAH OPC ? That’s grape seed extract labelled as “OPC.” It has no genuine provenance other than the loud and wild promotion made for it. Don’t buy the promotion.
Every year, 17.5 million people die prematurely from cardiovascular disease (CVD), including heart disease and stroke. It is the world’s number one killer today and by 2030 this figure is expected to rise to 23 million. Could food supplements help to reduce these numbers …???
“Circulatory diseases are the world’s number 1 cause of disability and death. Together, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease lead to more than 20 million deaths each year and to more than 374 million years of life lost.”
All developed countries operate public or private health insurance systems, or a combination thereof. It means that anyone who is sick, or subject to the slightest ache or pain (real or imaginary), has access a remarkable number of pills and treatments.
We live in a 24/7 economy in which increasing numbers of people working at night, or so-called ‘unsocial’ hours. In the UK, for instance, the number of retail workers working at night has doubled in recent years.
Many chronic disease conditions like obesity, early diabetes, cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases are associated with oxidative stress and low grade chronic inflammation.
Although most commentators judge the behaviour of the participants in the current World Cup Football as “fair,” collisions and injuries can’t always be avoided. During the Belgium-U.K.
While 32 national soccer teams head for Russia, millions of fans head for the supermarket to stock up on beer, soft drinks and snacks. They then proceed to sit on the couch for a month, eating and drinking, as the tournament unfolds.
With Spring temperatures rising and Summer holidays coming, tea rapidly becomes ice-tea on a sunny terrace or sports field. Like red wine, tea is commonly associated with health for its flavanols content.
Fruit and vegetable smoothies are everywhere you look. Healthwise, they’re great, provided that they taste well and bring you rouphage and whatever vitamins and minerals that remain after the blending process.
De Facto Publications decided to release a series of short video clips presenting selected parts of the only filmed interview ever given by Dr. Jack Masquelier, the French scientist who succeeded in succesfully isolating OPCs.
In February 2018, Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis of the European Commission made a speech on the subject of healthy ageing at the sixth Conference of Partners on Active and Healthy Ageing. Yes, the sixth! And still they ask why Brexit happened…
This weekend, Quantas began operatinge its direct flights between London and Perth. Lasting 17 hours and covering over 9.000 miles (14,498 km), it is the first regular passenger service to directly link Australia and Europe.
Good news for moderate drinkers. A University of California study called the ‘90+ study’ tracked around 1,700 elderly people and discovered that those who drank one or two glasses of wine or beer each day had an 18% reduced risk of premature death compared to those who were teetotal.
“Personalized nutrition” is a new trend that involves the “personalizing” of your food on the basis of a careful assessment of your individual nutritional needs in terms of the quality of the chosen ingredients and their recommended quantities.
Air pollution – often caused by traffic – generates the free radicals that do so much to cause ill health and cancer. The good news is that Masqueliers OPCs are proven to eradicate free radicals and put you on the road to a longer and healthier life.
As you may know, there is evidence to suggest a link between the consumption of red wine and cardiovascular health. This link is known as the ‘French paradox’ in which there is a broadly positive relationship between wine-drinking regions and life span.
On 24 March 2018, Qantas will operate its first direct flight between London and Perth. Lasting 17 hours and covering over 9.000 miles (14,498 km), it will be the first regular passenger service to directly link Australia and Europe.
Do you eat the same lunch every day? A survey conducted in the UK in 2017 revealed that one in six people sit down (often at their desk) to the same sandwich or salad every day. And it’s not just lunch, because 58% of people said they had eaten identical meals on a regular basis for years.
As you probably know, European Union schemes of geographical indications and traditional specialties exist to protect the names of quality agricultural products and foodstuffs.
We’ll never know whether Jack Masquelier would have been an iOS man or an Android kind of guy. But we can be sure that he would have been concerned about the detrimental effects on our eyesight caused by looking at screens all day.
It’s that time of year again – Black Saturday – the weekend when half of France hits the road to go on vacation. At the same time, countless holidaymakers from northern Europe head home.