Research findings reveal the benefits of raw food, weekend sleep-ins, magnesium, and wearing your sunnies in winter.
Sunglasses shouldn’t be an accessory reserved just for the summer months. The sun’s UV rays are just as damaging in winter as they are in summer. Although you may not notice an immediate effect, exposure to UV will, over time, cause damage to your eyes and can result in conditions such as cataracts, macular degeneration and cancer. So make sure you pop on those sunnies every day, no matter how cloudy it may be.
Chopping boards at the ready! The University of Otago recently noted improved mental health in people who opted for raw vegetables and fruit as opposed to canned, cooked or processed.