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June 2020

 Are you looking after your liver? As the rules for quarantine are slowly relaxing many are coming out of this season feeling sluggish, bloated, irritable & having gained weight. Inflammation seems to be at an all-time high and mental and emotional health also out of balance. NOW is the best time to have a good seasonal cleanse and get your health back into optimum so you can look and feel your best. You may not have holidays booked, but we can use this time as a gift to ourselves and rebirth if you like to connect with who you want to be and what you want your health to look like. If we allow ourselves, we can use this time to reset our lives on all levels. Your liver is such a magnificent forgiving organ and is one of the fastest organs to regenerate and heal. If you get your liver in order, it will have a considerable impact on your

Over the last five years in our Rejuv Wellness Clinics, we've seen a spike in men's health conditions mainly driven by inflammation, stress and adrenal fatigue. When we assess your health, we always look at you holistically from all of our 7 Pillars of Wellness. The seven pillars include sleep, movement, body balance, nutrition, supplementation, mindfulness and environment.  In an ideal world, we'd all eat organic low-processed, high fibre and high nutrient-dense foods providing us with optimum vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and nutrients we need to thrive. However, this isn't always possible or realistic, leading to nutrient deficiencies and men's health problems as a consequence. Are You Low in Essential Vitamins and Minerals? Research reveals that men's health, even in developed nations, is affected by low values in the essential vitamins and minerals and add to this increased stress levels, then you have the perfect combination for poor health. Magnesium, iron, omega 3, amino acids, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin D & vitamin

Inflammation is a critical factor for our overall health, from pain to bone health, obesity, gut function, heart health, liver function, brain function, memory & cognition, immune response and even your hair, skin & nails.  When we get injured, it's also part of our healing mechanism to repair damaged tissue and protect ourselves against pathogens. In such cases, inflammation is helpful, in all other cases; however; it tends to be harmful. There are two types of inflammation, acute and chronic.  Acute inflammation is your body's natural defence against damaged cells, viruses and other harmful invaders, helping the body to heal. Chronic inflammation is systemic, and what we see a lot of in our Rejuv Wellness Clinics. This kind of inflammation is low-grade and lasts for weeks months or even years.  Chronic inflammation Chronic inflammation is linked to almost every significant health condition and disease due to the production of free radicals that can cause damage to healthy cells if your antioxidant levels are not adequate. If