Over the last 100 years the Inuit have transitioned from hunter-gatherer to a largely Western diet. We look at some of the historical and contemporary evidence to see what we can learn about nutrition.
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
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
Great British Beef Week; Ketogenic diet in diabetes; Low fat foods cause weight gain; Sat fat spat; The perfect cuppa; Health benefits of cheese
Let’s take a look at three herbs brought from the East, valued for their broad therapeutic use.
A host of new year diet stories – low fat v high fat; saturated fat v sugar; factors affecting the microbiome; nightshade foods
Cheese keeps French hearts healthy; Eggs reduce diabetes risk; lack of sun in UK kids; Organic farming sequesters carbon
Why sleep quality is one of the most significant health factors within your control.
Looking at the effects of high and low-carb diets on glucose, insulin and free fatty acids suggests low carb diets are normal.
Study shows modern wheat aggravates IBS more than ancient strains.