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Spa spy Glow for it

Spa spy Glow for it

For a tech route to smoother skin, blast your pores with a laser facial peel. The treatmentThe Q-Switch Carbon Laser Facial Peel at Dr Nestor’s Medical and Cosmetic Centre, Edinburgha single treatment starts from £120, a course of three from £340.Why go?As a quick fix...

Dr Rosy in Hood magazine

Dr Rosy in Hood magazine

Dr Rosy appears in the March issue of Hood magazine, discussing the most prevalent women's health issues and the treatments available in-clinic to resolve them. Pick up the March issue now or read it online at www.hoodmagazine.co.uk.

Dr Ali on Stylist magazine

Dr Ali on Stylist magazine

Dr Sobia was featured on Stylist online this week, discussing her skincare must-haves alongside a selection of beauty industry professionals. Read the full article here.

Dr Sobia in Stylist

Dr Sobia in Stylist

Dr Sobia shares her skincare 'Secret Weapon' with Stylist. The issue is out now.

Dr Sobia in Stylist

Dr Sobia on Byrdie

Dr Sobia shares her skincare resolution advice with Byrdie. Read the full article here.

Dr Nestor on Hood

Dr Nestor on Hood

Dr Nestor shares news of the Plasma BT system with Hood magazine. Read the article online now.

Hood Magazine Article

Hood Magazine Article

Dr Nestor sat down with Hood Magazine editor, Jennifer Crichton Gibson, to discuss Aesthetics. Read the article here! Five minutes with Dr Nestor Demosthenous

Dr Nestor in Hood

Dr Nestor in Hood

Dr Nestor participated in the 'Treatment Truths' feature in the December issue of Hood magazine, discussing the impact of injectables. Hood's beauty editor Sara Hill also underwent Botox and dermal fillers for the feature, showing a before-and-after of the procedure....

Dr Sobia in Stylist

Dr Sobia on ELLE UK

Dr Sobia gives her advice on protecting skin during the winter to ELLE UK. Read the full article here.

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There has always been a lot of confusion about soy and whether it’s safe or not but there needn’t be…

There is an abundance of research which shows soy is healthful

The research doubting this was misconstrued, related to huge amounts of soy eaten per day or involved animal studies in rats and parrots (which was not reproduced in humans) •

I recommend 2-3 portions a day of (where possible) organic soy products such as soya milk, soy yoghurt, tofu, tempeh. The British Dietetic Assoc confirms this as ‘nutritious, safe and healthy’ & can be especially helpful for the following •

- Protecting women against breast cancer (especially when eaten in childhood)
- Reducing recurrence & death in those who have breast cancer
- Reducing menopausal hot flushes
- Lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol & heart disease risk
- Reducing prostate cancer risk •
How do you feel about trying to include soy into your diet?
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References

Messina. Gained from 20 years of soy research. J Nutr 2010
Messina. Role of Soy in Health Promotion and chronic disease prevention and treatment. J Nutr. 2009
Hilakivi Clarke. Is soy consumption good or bad for the great? J Nutr 2010
British Nutrition Foundation. Soy and Health Report 2012#repost @drlaurafreeman
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There has always been a lot of confusion about soy and whether it’s safe or not but there needn’t be...

There is an abundance of research which shows soy is healthful

The research doubting this was misconstrued, related to huge amounts of soy eaten per day or involved animal studies in rats and parrots (which was not reproduced in humans) •

I recommend 2-3 portions a day of (where possible) organic soy products such as soya milk, soy yoghurt, tofu, tempeh. The British Dietetic Assoc confirms this as ‘nutritious, safe and healthy’ & can be especially helpful for the following •

- Protecting women against breast cancer (especially when eaten in childhood)
- Reducing recurrence & death in those who have breast cancer
- Reducing menopausal hot flushes
- Lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol & heart disease risk
- Reducing prostate cancer risk •
How do you feel about trying to include soy into your diet?
____________________________________

References

Messina. Gained from 20 years of soy research. J Nutr 2010
Messina. Role of Soy in Health Promotion and chronic disease prevention and treatment. J Nutr. 2009
Hilakivi Clarke. Is soy consumption good or bad for the great? J Nutr 2010
British Nutrition Foundation. Soy and Health Report 2012
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