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
EASTER SPECIAL: Play our Easter egg hunt whilst browsing all the latest nutrition news on Paleo, coffee, microbiome, sleep, seafoods, nuts and vitamin D.
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. :(
Happy Easter! Ten reasons chocolate is good for you. Getting your 10-a-day. Fish oils and vitamin D for kid’s brain health.
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.
Parkinson’s may start in the gut. Your calf muscle may stop you losing weight (!) Plus coffee, aspartame, vitamin D, high-fat running and the importance of cooking.
Nutrition controversies: high blood pressure linked to potatoes, salt exonerated, low-carb diets for diabetes challenged. Medical errors: a leading cause of death
Latest research on Vitamin D, fructose and paleo diet. Bone broth, pastured livestock and mis-shapen veggies. Fermented foods: good for gut diversity.
Health benefits of rosemary, blueberries, coffee and organic eggs. Vegetarian populations at increased cancer risk from vegetable oils. Calls to extend sugar tax. Fish recipes.
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.
Gluten-free diet helps healthy volunteers; Pastured meat for conservation; Ketogenic diet; Vitamin D; Meat and cancer ‘false alarm’
Gluten-free junk food on NHS; Jamie Oliver calls for sugar tax; Butter better than margarine; Fish oils for schizophrenia; Vit-D and MS
Vitamin D deficiency in sunny climes, Dark chocolate helps weight loss, Salt does not raise BP
Cheese keeps French hearts healthy; Eggs reduce diabetes risk; lack of sun in UK kids; Organic farming sequesters carbon
To get your vitamin D levels up you need to get out in the sun at the right time of day.
Following her appearance on BBC4’s Any Questions, Afifah looks at the nutritional value of pork. She reports on little-known health benefits, even for bacon.
Evidence that compounds in a range of animal products can protect the skin from UV damage and cancer.
New evidence demonstrates that sunshine on the skin synthesises nitric oxide, leading to significant cardiovascular benefits.
Image credit: Mary-Claire King, Ph.D., University of Washington [original paper] Research is now identifying how schizophrenia starts in the womb Maternal infections and dietary antigens