This short series considers the latest ideas from coeliac researchers as they try to explain the rising tide of gluten-related disorders. We start by reviewing the current
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.
Gluten disrupts microbiome; Relatives of coeliacs often gluten sensitive; NCGS persists after 8 years on gluten-free diet + more
Had enough of experts? Judge their latest pontifications for yourself: chopping boards, statins, roast potatoes, high fat diets and metabolic syndrome, eggs and brain health.
HAPPY NEW YEAR! This month’s nutrition news is shoe-horned into a Christmas theme, and it’s just about bursting at the seams with festive good news!
Sleep and health: inflammation and ‘intestinal jet-lag’ The Mail (6th July) explains why ‘Too little and too much sleep is as damaging to your health’.
Listen again to these two excellent radio broadcasts from BBC Food Programme on the micobiome. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Latest research on Vitamin D, fructose and paleo diet. Bone broth, pastured livestock and mis-shapen veggies. Fermented foods: good for gut diversity.
Food additives and obesity, flagellated bacteria and TLR5… Where will the amazing human microbiome take us next?
A host of new year diet stories – low fat v high fat; saturated fat v sugar; factors affecting the microbiome; nightshade foods
Beyond coeliac disease and NCGS – we look at the many ways that wheat can affect everyone. Includes new groundbreaking research.
Cod stocks recover. Iodine deficiency in pregnancy. Cauliflower rice. Sugar – the public health debate.
Trans-fat ban. Berries for obesity. Diet at conception alters genes for life. Antibiotics cause obesity. Paleo recipes. Zero carb.