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…
Meat, we are told, is bad for the planet. But is it that simple? Keir argues that the anti-meat rhetoric risks destroying the very environment is claims to be protecting.
EASTER SPECIAL: Play our Easter egg hunt whilst browsing all the latest nutrition news on Paleo, coffee, microbiome, sleep, seafoods, nuts and vitamin D.
A video of one of our most popular posts, in which Oxford University researchers find that UK vegetarians and vegans have the same all-cause mortality as meat eaters.
All the latest on: Paleo, Keto, Fish, Eggs and (of course) why there’s no such thing as naturally orange cheese.
So, we took out our hexadecimal paint pots, rolled up our sleeves and after a day of messing about under the bonnet of the internet
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?
A study into the prevalence of oral species of Candida yeasts discovered that vegetarian diets encourage the growth of some pretty ugly critters with health consequences far beyond thrush.
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. :(
Nutritional research is increasingly challenging Government Guidelines on what constitutes a healthy diet. We present 10 important evidence based principles that get to the heart of the problem.
This class of phytonutrients may be responsible for most of the health benefits observed among the Mediterranean, Okinawan, Paleo and Hunter Gatherer diets. Here’s a quick guide to help maximise your intake.
A mini review of a fascinating UK grown winter apple variety which is delicious, versatile and naturally resistant to browning – with an interesting back story too!
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…
Can you believe your eyes? Gorgeous golden Yorkies without a grain in sight! These little babies were made with eggs and arrowroot. Here’s how…
This traditional winter warmer contains many polyphenol-rich ingredients with health promoting credentials. We look into the research around this festive herbal brew.
Don’t let Christmas compromise your dietary standards (too much) with these paleo tips for traditional festive fare.
This lowly seasonal vegetable punches well above its weight nutritionally. Everything you ever wanted to know, but were too afraid to ask…
A nurse’s letter in the BMJ reveals the incompetence of our ‘wonderful’ NHS as they fail to address her own health issues again… and again.
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…)
I was unable to attend the first two events in this the 2017 season of West Sussex History of Medicine Society, so forgive me for
Lower cardiovascular disease and mortality among countries that consumed more fats and animal protein. Another nail in the coffin for the diet-heart hypothesis?
Even if they tell you “everything was normal” insist on having a copy. Here’s why your health may depend on it…
Trying to cut down your carbs, but can’t live without chips and mash? Here are three hacks that make life after potatoes worth living again.
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…
The SCORE (Systematic COronary Risk Evaluation) model for predicting CVD deaths can over-estimate risk by 500%.
“Heart disease risk”, “raised cholesterol”, “Statins” – these six words are guaranteed to strike fear into almost anyone who has been unfortunate enough to be