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View Vaginal Seeding After Caesarian – is it really risky?

Vaginal Seeding After Caesarian – is it really risky?

Vaginal Seeding after Caesarian Vaginal seeding after Caesarean is it ‘risky’? – BBC Article 23 August 2017. When I was newly qualified as a naturopath, having studied hours of anatomy and physiology on the way, I decided that the human body was not designed correctly. With that arrogance so often characteristic of the newly educated and academic,…

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View #ObesityWeek Turn off heating & lose fat really?

#ObesityWeek Turn off heating & lose fat really?

It has been known for some time that we have two types of body fat; the white, soft and cushiony kind and a firmer, brownish coloured fat called Brown Adipose Tissue; an example of this is the pad on the mid back between the shoulders. When this fat is activated, it generates heat and it is thought that it helps to spur weight loss…

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