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Savvy Wellness Concepts

The Savvy Lifetime Wellness Program helps you discover how to dramatically reduce your family’s incidence of illness and simply feel better in your day-to-day life. Our experience shows that when you decrease your exposure to toxins, and then increase nutritional uptake and ensure your body’s detox pathways are open – you begin to approach optimal wellbeing in a very short space of time!

When you combine the Eat Savvy program in conjunction with the following ninety nutrient strategy and an overall lifestyle management philosophy (as indicated by this wellness wheel), you can say goodbye to poor energy levels, skin conditions, poor sleep patterns, frequent infections and many other common complaints! You will not only look and feel great – you can even reverse disease!  Read More

How CoQ10 Helps With Heart Health

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a substance that’ s found naturally in the body and it helps us convert food into energy. CoQ10 is found in almost every cell in the body, and it is a powerful antioxidant. Scientists believe free radicals contribute to the aging process, as well as a number of health problems, including heart disease and cancer.

The heart is one of the most important body organs and has the most active tissues in the body (metabolically). On average, the heart pumps over 7570 litres of blood over 104,000 kilometres of blood vessels 100,000 times daily. The heart therefore needs adequate amounts of energy daily. Read More

Secrets For Anti-Ageing And Life-Extension

Through the ages, no one has really looked forward to getting old. Did you know that we humans are the only animals that do not live to our full age potential?

Researchers say that if you take the age at which maturity is reached in all other animals, and multiply it by seven, that’s their expected life span. On top of that in their natural state they live that life as healthy and vibrant beings without medical assistance.

Somewhere between the ages of 16 and 21 humans are considered to be fully mature, this means our genetic expected lifespan is between 112 to 147 years!

Human-kind as a whole definitely don’t make anything like that lifespan, and the average time we spend the last years of our life in aged care at present, is 19 years! Shocked? You should be. So why is it that our average lifespan is only half that it could be at 72 years? And why are we now afflicted with so many diseases, with all the millions od dollars spent on healthcare and research?  Read More

Tired of Being Sick and Tired? Avoid Allergies, Asthma and Sinus Problems this Winter!

Colder weather means being inside – a lot! It also means being exposed to all those things inside – dust, mold and dander – that you otherwise avoid by being outside. Your respiratory system is constantly exposed to smoke, soot, dust, dirt and other micro-organisms in the air. If pollen is what makes you sneeze, then your allergy symptoms may take the winter off. But if mold, dust mites or pet dander is what gets you going, and you end up with watery eyes and runny nose, your allergies will begin acting up at this time of year because you are spending more time indoors.

Catarrh and sinus congestion create excessive nasal catarrh which can lead to a reaction to the associated irritant, be it poor air quality, inappropriate diet or an allergy. Plus your sinuses can quickly become blocked with fluid, causing painful pressure which may in turn cause headaches. The question is – how can you deal with this for yourself or your children without putting you or your child on antibiotics all the time?

Martha V. White, MD research director of the Institute for Asthma and Allergy in Wheaton, Maryland, USA, offers the following tips to help you manage your symptoms – check out how the Savvy team can help you with many of them:

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