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Want to detox? You are the victim of a very clever myth.

Want to detox? You are the victim of a very clever myth.

Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
One of the biggest buzzwords floating around the increasingly popular fad-diet scene is actually just medical nonsense. So why are people buying into it? Reporter: Ryan Yeo | Sub-Editor: Emre Gunes Let’s get one thing straight; there’s no such thing as ‘detoxing’. Okay? There is no Cilit Bang procedure that rids you of your Indian takeaway guilt. There is no tea, however much it tastes like mud, that revitalizes your organs. It’s just rubbish. The only true type of detoxing is the medical treatment of people with life threatening drug and alcohol addictions. Detoxing is an umbrella term for a variety of remedies that claim to rid your body of toxins. Whether it’s colonic irrigation, juicing, or drinking specialty teas, people are sedated into the idea that they can flush their system
Eat something sexy: aphrodisiac foods proven to spark romance

Eat something sexy: aphrodisiac foods proven to spark romance

Food
Stop worrying about what you are going to cook for Christmas, and start thinking about what you will serve in bed on the big day. Reporter: Elitsa Grigorova| Subeditor: Ivelina Nikolova   In the festive spirit, and the Voice of London sexual one, I decided to put together few words about food aphrodisiacs. There are all so many articles around this time of the year about how to prepare the perfect 11 course meal Christmas dinner, demanding from every devoted housewife to slave in the kitchen for three days just to produce a fabulous dinner that will be forgotten as quickly as it will be eaten. Whoever told you ladies that the way to a man’s heart is through is stomach was probably a desperate virgin chef who has never discovered the fun part of life. Have you ever thought abou
House of Lords pass controversial mass surveillance law

House of Lords pass controversial mass surveillance law

Activism, News, Politics, UK, World
Could the extradition of Lauri Love and the ratification of the Investigatory Powers Bill affect internet activists? Reporter: Daniel Khalili-Tari US whistleblower Edward Snowden described the legislation as the “most extreme” surveillance system in the history of Western Democracy Last week, Lauri Love’s extradition to the US was approved by Home Secretary Amber Rudd. The alleged computer hacker who is said to of stolen confidential US government data has since appealed the decision. However, if Love is unsuccessful he could face up to 99 years in prison, according to his lawyers. The 31-year-old activist who suffers from Asperger’s syndrome is accused of hacking into sensitive US government databases, including the FBI, Nasa and the Federal Reserve Bank among others. It is be
Did Nintendo just reveal the price of the Switch?

Did Nintendo just reveal the price of the Switch?

Lifestyle, Tech
You can thank Toys R Us for this leak… Reporter: Joseph Carey | Sub-Editor: Jack Leslie Although Nintendo has stated they wouldn't be revealing any further information about the Nintendo Switch until next year, it appears the Canadian arm of Toys R Us believes the system is going to launch for $329.99 CAD or roughly £200 for us in the UK. Not as bad as we all thought when we saw the reveal! If this price point is to be believed it’s going to place the system in an extremely competitive position - sitting alongside the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which go for around £250 each. The leaked listing from Toys R Us also lines up with a further report from Let's Play Video Games that claims retailer GAME will be selling the system for £199.99 with a second model featuring with more interna
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