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.
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!
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.
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…
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
Watch our recent public talk on the role of seafood in brain health, evolution and female sexiness. (Three videos)
A lovely fish with a delicate flavour – easy to cook and easy to eat. A light treat for summer with a medley of vegetables.