Healthy Way Issue 48
Jan de Vries looks at the symptoms of an enlarged prostate and, once a diagnosis is of BPH confirmed, what lifestyle and herbal choices are available.
Ginkgo trees take a long time to mature. ‘Ginkgo’ means silver nut or apricot, and the word ‘biloba’ refers to the bi-lobed leaf. The oldest known specimen, over 1,000 years old, is found at a temple in South Korea.
Few people know how to interpret the signs that the body constantly uses to attract your attention. Sometimes pain in a particular area is just that, sometimes not. Irma Schutte explains.
Detox! Full of zeal and vim, you intend to clean up your act, banish the seasonal bulges, and get started on a new and virtuous regime of vigorous health. But how?
Panic attacks are becoming more common. It may feel as if the panic attack is ‘all in your head’, but actually it is a chain reaction of physical events that can be understood and often avoided.
This is a standard greeting for the Symiots who live on an unspoilt island in Greece. People in their 90s are still harvesting their herbs from the hillsides. Others looking after their herds of animals, making yoghurt and gardening.
The red squirrel, a native of the UK, has been fighting an explosion in the grey squirrel population The number of red squirrels left is estimated at around 210,000 while grey squirrels number over 2.5 million.
Alison Cullen answers readers' questions.