Hooray, the West Sussex History of Medicine Society autumn lecture season has begun! I am looking forward to reporting on these gems combining as they
Scientists identify Price’s ‘Displacing Foods of Commerce’ as ideal for inducing full-blown metabolic syndrome in rats.
The re-wilding project at Knepp Castle in West Sussex is a pioneering example of using farm animals to maximise biodiversity.
Why a high protein breakfast might work better than calorie counting.
This legendary herb of the druids has been shown to have anti-cancer properties in multiple studies.
An unmissable evening of talks and presentations by leading authors and permaculture pioneers explaining how pasture can Save Farming * Solve Global Warming * Feed the World
By contrived coincidence our vitamin D talk was held on the Summer Solstice June 21st. In the first set of slides, above, we look at the role of
People who work with livestock on modern industrial farms have a much higher incidence of harbouring methicillin resistant staph aureus (MRSA)
✓Low-carb ✓Gluten-free ✓Nut free ✓Ketogenic ✘Lactose-free Answer: Cream and Strawberries of course! It’s simply a matter of where you put the emphasis. Long gone are
Further evidence for ‘man the hunter’ origins Humans are the best long distance runners in the animal kingdom Recent analysis shows we have evolved superior
Someone called Liz Stinson appears to be responsible for this wonderful piece of work which I found on Wired. I love it (cheese fan that
If you missed the sixth Food and Health talk, or simply wish to look over it again, you can browse the PowerPoint slides in a low-res web
These are my new business cards, designed for me by Keir, and produced by moo.com. The actual cards are even better with rounded corners and
Latest scientific review admits ‘we got it wrong’
Discredited villain speaks out. Don’t listen to him.
30th March, 2:30pm – 40 attendees The reason for covering the subject of sugar on this occasion was partly due to the recent visit of Professor Robert Lustig to England,
How low can infotainment sink. Science took a back seat in this BBC ‘documentary’
Every Thursday I attend GP education and training sessions at Chichester Medical Education Centre which is part of St Richard’s Hospital. I have done so
Listen Again on the BBC radio player to The World Until Yesterday by Jared Diamond.
Skimmed milk ‘doesn’t stop toddlers getting fat’: Children who drink whole milk actually gain fewer pounds – Daily Mail
Our fourth meeting was perhaps the most important we have held so far. Dietary fats, especially saturated fats, have had such bad press for decades that the
The good side of the bad stuff. Cholesterol ain’t what we were all led to believe.
Ed Yong reports on a series of experiments carried out in the last few years where scientists have studied the oral microbes preserved in plaque on the teeth of archaeological skulls.
One of our most popular recipes. Makes low-carb breakfasts a doddle.
If you are eating low-carb then these lunch suggestions are easy-peasy and can be modified any way that fits your diet preferences. However, if you need
How a quality animal based diet can feed the family without breaking the bank.
✓Low-carb ✓Gluten-free ✓Lactose-free (Using ghee) ✘Contains nuts This delicious grain-free, low carb bread was first served to me at Christmas by my son’s partner. She
Removal of grains and all refined foods is one of the hallmarks of the “Paleolithic” diet, a modern way of eating that attempts to approximate
Our third meeting was on the topic of cereal grains, such as wheat, rye, oats, rice, corn and barley. Unfortunately, due to a mix up with the
This is a very quick and flexible recipe for a posh breakfast, lunch, dinner or tea.