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Published:

18 March 2020

Certainty in a Time of Uncertainty

There is so much confusion and lack of direction at the moment, we wanted to let you know that Squeeze Wheatgrass are still open and operating as a business.  We have always achieved 5-star ratings from Environmental Health for our standards of hygiene and cleanliness.  We are independently audited by SALSA.  We want you, our customers, to be assured that we will only operate in the safest manner for the health of our staff and customers.

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Published:

11 March 2020

Wild Garlic and Wheatgrass Soup

Immune Boosting, Comforting and Yummy Wild Garlic and Wheatgrass Soup suitable for freezing.

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A shot a Day

Published:

4 March 2020

The Absolutely Incredible Immune System

The immune system is a network of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to defend the body against attacks by “foreign” invaders.  These are primarily microbes (germs)—tiny, infection-causing organisms such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi.  Because the human body provides an ideal environment for many microbes, they try to break in.  It is the immune system’s job to keep them out or, failing that, to seek out and destroy them.

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Published:

19 February 2020

Wheatgrass - The Superfood

Struggling to get over a cold or cough? Or feeling run down all the time, Wheatgrass Juice is one of the best natural immune boosting tonics to help you get well and stay well.

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Published:

24 October 2019

Hallowe'en impact on immune system

Clocks go back, evenings get darker earlier and there is a definite chill in the air in the mornings and evenings.  With the first snow predicted for Scotland this weekend and flood warnings further south with milder temperatures, it is no wonder that our immune systems are a bit out of sorts.

Winter plays havoc with our immune system, as we go into hibernation mode and eat more carbs than usual, the central heating is on full blast drying out our skin and a lack of daylight can lead to SAD syndrome.  Our immune system, already working to keep us healthy, has to double its efforts during the Winter months.

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