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  • The ‘Turmeric Kid’ tackles 20th charity Swimathon for Marie Curie

    Our friend Bill Moore, an 80-year-old turmeric lover, has just taken part in his 20th Swimathon on behalf of Marie Curie.

    Bill is an extraordinary character, not just for his seven decades challenging himself in the swimming pool, but also because of his generous nature. This year he raised more than £600 for Marie Curie, to support the charity’s work providing help and support to people with terminal illnesses and their families.

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  • Want to train harder? Try turmeric

    Research has shown a new benefit for turmeric, the wonder spice commonly used to flavour popular curries – it’s giving elite and amateur athletes an edge over the competition.

    For a long time, it has been known that turmeric contains curcumin, which helps the body in several ways. TURMERIC+ is an especially effective supplement, combining turmeric and vitamin C to assist with collagen formation to support cartilage function.

    Now we know that curcumin also helps with normal muscle function after high intensity exercise.

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  • Doctors set a World Record on their Epic Rowing Charity Challenge

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    In April, Doctors Ted Welman and Jack Faulkner left the coast of Western Australia on their 84 day expedition to Port Louis, Mauritius.  They aimed to become one of only 20 boats to have completed the challenge.  Not only that, but they had aspirations of becoming the fastest.
    The young Doctors spent nearly 3 months at sea, burning 8000 calories per day and rowing in 2 hour shifts, 24 hours a day for the duration of the crossing. The grueling schedule will saw them battle sleep deprivation, hurricane force winds and 50 ft waves! The Doctor's took Turmeric+ throughout the journey to aid their recovery and help them along the way.
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  • Locking in lycopene: ways to preserve summer tomatoes

    Late summer is the ideal time to capture the goodness of tomatoes; they are growing in abundance but they won’t be around for long. We've created three recipes that preserve tomatoes so that you can enjoy them in the depths of winter. Continue reading

  • Are you an Ateronon customer? Have your say in our quick survey!

    We’d love to get your thoughts on how we can make our Ateronon supplement range even better. Tell us what you think of Ateronon by taking our short survey - we promise it won’t take more than two ticks! Continue reading

  • Presale! Get 10% off Ateronon XY and Active

    Just in case you weren't already excited enough about the launch of our two brand new Ateronon products - we’ve got some even more exciting news to share with you. Continue reading

  • Heart disease in women: the facts

    Heart disease isn’t just a male disease. In fact, did you know that since 1984 more women than men have died each year from heart disease? It’s time to set the record straight about women’s heart health. Continue reading

  • Packing for heart health success this summer

    Are you jetting off soon on a well-deserved summer holiday? Have you packed your toothpaste? How about that sun cream? What about your daily dose of Ateronon? Continue reading

  • Arterial stiffness: why is it so important?

    Arteries are important. They are the A-roads of the human body, delivering oxygen and important nutrients to your most vital organs. But if you suffer from arterial stiffness it can cause you serious problems. Continue reading

  • Ateronon at Pulse Live Conference

    We were at the 2014 Pulse Live Conference to showcase the benefits of lycopene and talk to GPs and medical professionals about what it can do for heart health. Continue reading

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