Anthony has a great passion for improving all aspects of life and those of others. He enjoys running, cycling and hiking. He concentrates his energy towards becoming the best version of himself through yoga, meditation, improving his diet and exploring nature. In his spare time, Anthony enjoys racing motocross and studying several forms of alternative medicine, including herbalism and hypnotherapy, his chosen career path.
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Top 5 Health Benefits of Chaga!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Chaga!

Potentially the most powerful member of the fungi kingdom, the chaga mushroom or 'Inonotus obliquus', contains possibly the greatest medicinal properties of all herbs. It's a ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Cordyceps!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Cordyceps!

Cordyceps (caterpillar fungus) is a medicinal mushroom that is a wild fungus and has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for over 5,000 years. There are numerous ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Kola Nuts!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Kola Nuts!

The kola nut is a seed from a tree of the Sterculiaceae family, with the most prominent species being Cola Vera, Cola acuminata and Cola nitida. This tree is believed to be the ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Quinoa!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Quinoa!

Commonly believed to be a grain and prepared and eaten like one, quinoa or 'Chenopodium quinoa', is in fact a seed botanically speaking and is a relative of spinach and chard. The ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Edamame Beans!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Edamame Beans!

Edamame beans are young, immature soybeans (also known as 'Glycine max') that are harvested prior to the bean's natural hardening process. These beans have a green colour ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Milk Thistle Seeds!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Milk Thistle Seeds!

Milk thistle seeds are one of nature's most powerful detoxifiers. All parts of the Silybum marianum plant are able to be used, however the seeds are the most medicinally valuable, ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Frankincense!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Frankincense!

Most commonly grown in Somalia, but also Yemen, Oman and India, Frankincense is a miraculous oil sourced from the resin of the Boswellia sacra tree and others of a similar ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Quince!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Quince!

Quince is a special seasonal fruit that ripens between autumn and winter. Hailing from the warm regions of southwest Asia, it was later introduced to various countries of eastern ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Aniseed!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Aniseed!

This historically popular seed, anise, also known as aniseed and anise seed, is the true anise, Pimpinella anisum, which is not to be confused with the unrelated star anise. The ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Maca!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Maca!

Maca root, or lepidium meyenii, is a biennial plant (meaning it takes two years to complete its biological lifecycle) hailing from the high altitude regions of Peru and Bolivia. ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Hibiscus!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Hibiscus!

Hibiscus, or Hibiscus Sabdariffa, is a tropical flower belonging to the Malvaceae family. Botanists believe that there are eight original hibiscus species that can be considered ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Chamomile!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Chamomile!

Chamomile is a daisy-like plant in the Asteraceae family native to western Europe, India and western Asia. There are many species of this plant, two of which include Matricaria ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Pineapples!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Pineapples!

Our sweet but prickly pal the pineapple, a tropical plant and member of the Bromeliaceae family, is native to Paraguay, Brazil and potentially regions of the Caribbean. It was ...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Spirulina!

Top 5 Health Benefits of Spirulina!

The past few years have seen the well-known 'superfood' Spirulina continue to rise in popularity, and with good reason. Spirulina was a food source for the Aztecs in Mexico, with ...

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