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.
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…
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
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
Behind veganism is an ideological movement linked to extremism, violence and terrorism. We take a look behind the “Meat is Murder” narrative.
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
Our bumper-fun summer edition is packed with nutrition and health news, from the diet of Otzi the Iceman to titanium dioxide being implicated in type 2 diabetes. What are you waiting for? Start your summer reading now!
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.
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
Veggie ‘sausage’ ban; British peasant diet was healthy; Hard cheese Brexit; More good news for chocolate and coffee lovers; Warnings over green potatoes and dirty ducks…
The NHS stumbles on – chaotic and on the edge of financial ruin, carnage in its wake… What is this B movie monster we have created?… It’s clearly in need of a silver bullet…
EASTER SPECIAL: Play our Easter egg hunt whilst browsing all the latest nutrition news on Paleo, coffee, microbiome, sleep, seafoods, nuts and vitamin D.
Tim Noakes is facing a second professional misconduct hearing for holding the wrong views about diet. Petition plus explanatory post from Dr Malcolm Kendrick.
All the latest on: Paleo, Keto, Fish, Eggs and (of course) why there’s no such thing as naturally orange cheese.
In case you missed it, Tim Noakes, the controversial South African professor who promotes a low carb high fat diet for running, was the subject
The recent Best Diet Awards from the U.S. News & World Report, placed low carb diets bottom, claiming they had “No evidence” to support them… Oh really?
With spiralling negligence costs threatening to bankrupt the NHS, isn’t it time we started challenging the very basis of the NHS? We include a thoughtful essay by blogger Jack Tagholm-Child.
Recent media stories call for fortification of UK flour with folic acid to prevent birth defects, but is mandated mass medication of the whole population a price worth paying?
We take the papers to task for this highly misleading story which does not even apply to women in the UK.
Paleo for weight loss, eggs for mums to be. Breakthrough research seems to show the heart loves vitamin D. Broccoli-yogurt for cancer, it really is a thing. Sardine-bread sounds tasty but I can’t make the last line rhyme. :(
Here are 10 New Year’s Resolutions to help keep your diet on track in 2018. Plus a month of interesting articles from the mainstream and alternative media…
Juicy Diet News (Garlic, Mushrooms, Cheese, Broccoli, Oily fish…) & Chewy Medical News (Aluminium and autism, Screen-time and mental health, Baldness and heart disease, Big Sugar cancer cover up…)
With the clocks going back the media focused on the health effects of disrupted sleep. Plus the month’s best nutrition news: bone broth; low carb; vegan; gluten-free; vitamin; organic…
A neat balancing act of wit and wisdom from this month’s news outlets: alcohol and diet; good fats bad fats; low carb and zero carb; and Mayo Clinic scientists can’t see what’s in front of their face (s).
Low fat diet ‘could kill you’; NHS no longer uses post-it notes to arrange life-saving heart transplants – Yes, it’s silly season, but we find some gems among the dross.
Influential celebrity promotion is fuelling a rise in vegan diets, but can this ideologically driven movement really be healthy? Above: Keeping up with the Kardashians
Let food be thy medicine; Grow your own microbiome; Cod: back on the menu, then off again; Bog butter – it’s a thing; Bring back the bear, wolf and lynx. or not; Plus a bit o’ bitter news.
Mistrust of medical research; Diet and Bowel cancer; Infant growth; Sleep health; Sunscreen problems; Coffee and the liver; Fungi in the home
Cancer & sugar; Bone broth for skin; Tree nuts, not peanuts; Cinnamon for fat reduction; Pasta sales down; Cheese is good; More protein for elderly; Cauliflower recipes