Cheese and Meat get the thumbs up in new studies; Batman shows coconut oil is not poison; High-fat diets benefit cancer treatment; Plus this month’s funnies :P
Hot baths more effective than exercise for glucose control and circulation. Musical preferences of baby in the womb. Plus Paleo, Low-Carb, Gluten-Free and herbal news.
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.
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…)
Low fat diet ‘could kill you’; NHS no longer uses post-it notes to arrange life-saving heart transplants – Yes, it’s silly season, but we find some gems among the dross.
Fake news; alternative facts; plus a dose of healthy skepticism. We take a look behind the recent gluten headlines.
Spoiler Alert! The Paleo diet included veggies. Recent evidence confirms the obvious: our hunter gatherer ancestors both hunted AND gathered.
NEW: Part 2 now available » Jordan Peterson (born 1962) is a Canadian clinical psychologist and tenured professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. His
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.
We serve up a plate of top nutrition news, and finish with a knickerbocker-glory of articles from our guest publication: New Scientist magazine.
A host of new year diet stories – low fat v high fat; saturated fat v sugar; factors affecting the microbiome; nightshade foods
Did our brains evolve on a high-carb diet of spuds? or are the newspapers turning our heads to mash? We respond to misleading headlines.
Gluten-free junk food on NHS; Jamie Oliver calls for sugar tax; Butter better than margarine; Fish oils for schizophrenia; Vit-D and MS
Why paleo, primal and gluten-free diets are actually re-balancing British nutrition.
Evidence that compounds in a range of animal products can protect the skin from UV damage and cancer.
Cheap, delicious and nutritious. Bone marrow was a key Palaeolithic food.