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. :(
Lower cardiovascular disease and mortality among countries that consumed more fats and animal protein. Another nail in the coffin for the diet-heart hypothesis?
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.
A new study gets me considering the role of diet and uric acid in Parkinson’s disease. Yet again full fat dairy comes out on top.
Great British Beef Week; Ketogenic diet in diabetes; Low fat foods cause weight gain; Sat fat spat; The perfect cuppa; Health benefits of cheese
Just published: A US research group has recovered raw data from a large scale study from the 1970’s and finds no evidence for benefits from switching butter for vegetable oils.
A rollicking read about how for decades nutritional science ignored the dangers of sugar whilst needlessly demonising saturated fat.
A host of new year diet stories – low fat v high fat; saturated fat v sugar; factors affecting the microbiome; nightshade foods
Gluten-free junk food on NHS; Jamie Oliver calls for sugar tax; Butter better than margarine; Fish oils for schizophrenia; Vit-D and MS
It looks like 40 years of advice to limit fat consumption to less than 30% of calories has been quietly retired! A Harvard scientist explains why it’s a good move.
Here, at last, is the video of Malcolm Kendrick’s first presentation: ten key contradictions that show why the cholesterol hypothesis is wrong. This talk was
. For our 2014 Autumn Seminar we are very pleased to present Dr Malcolm Kendrick, author, speaker and blogger, who will expose the myths and misunderstanding around cholesterol
Latest scientific review admits ‘we got it wrong’