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Diet

5 reasons to have a Nutrition Check


Our Nutrition Check includes 13 different tests to help you understand whether you need to include more vitamins and minerals in your diet, or whether you might benefit from taking a supplement.

Recent Blogs

General Health

Lyme disease is on the rise: here's what you need to know


Everything you need to know in order to keep you and your family safe this summer

General Health

Health Information Week 2019


Use Health Information Week to take control of your own health with a Medichecks test.

General Health

Hay fever - more to worry about than just a runny nose?


In the UK this summer, the Met Office has estimated that up to 20 million Brits could be more sensitised to hay fever symptoms due to the unusually high pollen count.

Fitness

How much protein do we really need to build muscle?


Find out more about how fuelling your body with the right foods can help build muscle and improve performance.

Diet

Are you getting enough magnesium?


When thinking about important minerals in the body such as calcium and iron, many forget about magnesium, even though it is involved in over 300 processes in the body.

General Health

5 changes to your appearance and what they could mean


How you look on the outside can say a lot about how healthy you are on the inside. Here are 5 changes to your appearance that could be caused by an underlying health condition.

Diet

What is the inflammation diet?


One of the best measures you can take to prevent or reduce inflammation is to try an anti-inflammatory diet. An anti-inflammatory diet involves eating certain foods and avoiding others in order to minimise the symptoms of chronic inflammatory diseases.

Men's Health

Men's Health Week 2019


This week is Men's Health Week with the focus this year being 'men's health by numbers'. Take the time to find out the 7 key numbers to be aware of to keep yourself or a male close to you healthy.

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