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Oxford Vitality is based in Oxfordshire, UK. We are an established health company dedicated to providing good quality dietary supplements at reasonable prices. We believe in offering customers a quality product without false claims and fancy packaging.

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Deficiency Series- Are Our Teenagers Healthy?

The stereotype of being a ‘moody defiant teenager’ certainly extends itself to encouraging a healthy diet in teenagers. Junk food, sugar sweetened drinks and snack food describes the typical composition of a UK teenager’s diet aged 13 to 19 years. With such little focus on their diet, what harm is it doing to their health […]

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True or False? Can Green Tea Prevent Cancer?

Cancer is one the most feared diagnoses in the world. It’s thought that every 1 in 2 people will now develop cancer of some variety [1]. Despite the incidence of Cancer increasing, our survival rates are decreasing as we advance in our fight against Cancer. One interesting area of research is Green Tea’s role in the […]

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The Extensive Nutrition Properties of Green Tea

Green Tea is produced by the Camellia Sinensis plant, also know as the Assam Tea Plant. It is widely known as an antioxidant and for its rich content of EGCG (Epigallocatechin Gallate) which is thought to be responsible for its therapeutic health properties. A little known fact is that Green Tea is also a nutritional […]

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Give Dandruff the Cold Shoulder

Dandruff is the colloquial name for the disorder known as Pityriasis simplex capillitii. ‘Pityriasis’ means a disorder characterised by scaly skin that sheds easily. Whereas ‘capillitii’ refers to the infection.

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