Are we able to eat better and eat less to lose weight? Smoking rates have dropped considerably over the last 40 years. That’s partly because, as smokers die, fewer smokers take their place, and partly because others have quit by changing a habit. Can we change another habit – eating better and eating less to
We must understand that it is neither a plant nor an animal. The mushroom lives in its own biological kingdom, bringing nutrition and health benefits.
There is much media hype at the moment about sugar being toxic. Does it cause obesity? Heart disease? The answer is quite simple really, just don’t eat too much.
Probiotics survive the stomach and the small intestine to arrive safely in the large intestine, where they settle down and become vigilant against evil forces
Eggs are very nutritious. They contain good quality protein, lots of vitamins and minerals, and mostly the healthier polyunsaturated fat
Unlike typical fiber, Resistant starch (RS) doesn’t get digested and ends up in the large intestine with huge health benefits. It’s a bit like a “prebiotic”
Nearly every cell in your body has a vitamin D receptor. The only food that can provide your daily needs of D are light-exposed mushrooms.
Not while we live in an affluent democracy! First, let me be bold and honest. The answer to the question is “No”. Not while we live in an affluent democracy with abundant, relatively cheap food. You may have your own idea for a population solution. Certainly there have been many espoused – tax cakes, confectionery
Like any drink with a low pH, don’t let wine wash around your teeth for too long, remember its the low pH levels in drinks that cause tooth erosion, not sugar
Recently I had to review the dietary treatment of gout for a client. Gout is a common form of arthritis, yet there is very little research on the role of food despite textbooks and the web being full of dietary advice and presumptions. What is gout? Gout is characterized by high levels of uric acid