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!
We take a look at a couple of interesting products currently on the shelves: Salmon Jerky and Seaweed Thins. Suitable for gluten-free diets these snacks look promising, but will they cut the mustard in our demanding taste tests?
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
Many people neglect seafood, yet research shows health benefits from eating it at least twice per week. Here are some facts to help you choose wisely.
“Vegetarian diets make you depressed” the article said. Tell me about it! Just being around vegetarians makes me depressed, I thought. The article in question was
Listen Again: an excellent introduction into controversial theory that humans evolved in riverside / shoreline environments.
Government announces eggs are safe (phew!) even emu eggs (?) Plus the ketogenic diet in cancer, seafood in APOE4 Alzheimer’s and vitamin D in prostate cancer.