A recent study has found that green tea may help improve memory and fight obesity.
Supplementing with the energy producing enzyme CoQ10 and selenium may cut the risk of death from heart disease – which claims about 76 000 South African lives a year — by half, a study has found.
Extreme stress, crash diets and ageing are among the top 10 causes of hair-loss* in women, according to one of the world’s leading hair experts, Dr Adolf Klenk.
The ancient spice, Saffron, may help boost libido, alleviate depression and enhance mood, studies show.
Many South Africans stand for more than half their working day, posing health risks such as lower back pain, circulation problems and blood clots and highlighting the need for comfortable footwear.
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A healthy head of hair is more important to young, upmarket South African women than an active sex life, an attractive body or owning a car, according to a new survey.