A traditional English dish: rich meaty filling, wrapped in a steamed (gluten-free) suet pastry. Wonderful!
A patient emailed me with an update on her progress (which is very good, you will be pleased to know) and mentioned a TV series
This month’s News Round-Up takes a moment to reflect on the big nutrition stories of 2018 as well as looking ahead to 2019.
Here’s your chance to catch up on our most popular content of 2018: Our 5 most-read POSTS and our 5 most popular RECIPES.
Mutton is often thought of as being a tough, second-rate meat, but nothing should be further from the truth. When cooked long and slow it is a rich, melt-in-the-mouth meat with a superb flavour. The secret is to prepare it well and give it time to slowly reveal its wonders.
“Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts” Richard Feynman
This short series considers the latest ideas from coeliac researchers as they try to explain the rising tide of gluten-related disorders. We start by reviewing the current
Here are some ideas for managing a celebration when you have guests with different dietary needs. It’s a great option for any event, summer or
We are in Le Point! Women who go carnivore. Early humans & Neanderthals. Turkeys & vanilla; pastrami Jerky; Heinz goes Primal; UK getting fatter; Flu jab failure; 6 fries is all you need…
1. Death and Disease at Norman Cross Prison – the health of prisoners-of-war 1797 – 1814
2. The Lady Of The Black Horse – Mabel Stobart 1862 – 1954
Twenty funnies for your amusement and entertainment. Rate the ones that tickle you. Share with your friends.
PART 1: The history and future of Hospital Ships; PART 2: Haslar Royal Naval Hospital, Gosport
Helping you stick to your restricted diet whilst you heal: all the latest news, recipes, research and personal stories: Paleo, Gluten-free and Ketogenic diets
Part 1: Sake Dean Mahomet, Shampooing Surgeon to George IV
Part 2: Fredrick Henry Horatio Akhbar Mohomed, the first to describe essential hypertension
Part 3: Chichester’s John Wickham (1927 – 2017) – The Godfather of Robotic Surgery
With summer’s end it’s time to hunt, gather & love. Tons of autumn goodies this month: Culture Wars -Killing for profit; Chocolate week – coming soon; Full-Fat News; Carnivore update; Top links
Cheese and Meat get the thumbs up in new studies; Batman shows coconut oil is not poison; High-fat diets benefit cancer treatment; Plus this month’s funnies :P
Low-carb and ketogenic cheesecakes are easy and fun to make. With a few helpful pointers you can start to make up your own recipes and create something wonderful.
The original camp-fire and hiking food. Beef Jerky is a dried meat snack with a tangy taste and chewy texture.
Many people are concerned about mercury and other contaminants in seafood, but if you know which species are safest and which contain the most nutrients you can make better choices and maximise the health benefits.
Grains dominate the world food supply, but have many negative health consequences independent of gluten related disorders. We consider their downsides and show that whole grains including oats do not live up to the ‘heart-healthy’ hype.
Dr Peterson explains how a meat diet has helped his family overcome autoimmune disease, depression and more.
A single ingredient free-from pasta that exceeded our expectations. A useful addition to a grain-free diet and pretty low-carb to boot.
Breakfast in America? Here’s my grain-free low-carb version of the famous salty-sweet pancake combo. Its basically eggs and bacon with a twist. Delicious.
We take a look at a couple of interesting products currently on the shelves: Salmon Jerky and Seaweed Thins. Suitable for gluten-free diets these snacks look promising, but will they cut the mustard in our demanding taste tests?
A lush terrine made with lamb’s liver, buck breast and pork mince, then wrapped in bacon = marbled slices of mouth-watering loveliness.
Hot baths more effective than exercise for glucose control and circulation. Musical preferences of baby in the womb. Plus Paleo, Low-Carb, Gluten-Free and herbal news.
People assume their physicians keep abreast of the latest research. But how many papers do they read each month? How many journals do they subscribe to? The truth is shocking…
In this landmark study researchers demonstrate that this major neurological disorder, affecting up to 1% of UK school children, may be largely a manifestation of Non Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity.
We have is a ton of interesting stuff this month – Paleo and Low Carb research – Eggs are heart healthy – High protein diet controversy – Ostrich eggs for breakfast? – Herbal news – Bison are back
On Thursday evening, at the end of an afternoon of rain, we wove our way across West Sussex to the Knepp Estate, at the invitation