Nutrition Archives

I’m a big fan of probiotics, the friendly bacteria, those beneficial microorganisms that naturally inhabit our digestive system. We all have billions of bacteria living in our stomachs most of them are beneficial but just a few of them being harmful. Now obviously it’s important to make sure that we keep a balance between the…

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It seems everywhere we turn  we’re encouraged to eat organic yet many people who I have spoken to wonder if eating organic is actually any good, whether it makes any difference to our overall general health. Here is an interesting study from the Southern Methodist University in Dallas where biologist Johannes H. Bauer ran a…

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According to the world bank- Food prices have dropped since peaking six months ago but remain near record levels, pushing the world’s poorest people toward “undernutrition” and obesity. “Unhealthy food tends to be cheaper than healthy ones, like junk food in developed countries,” Said their spokes man. Can you guess which countries have the highest…

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Diagnosed with cancer in 2011 Hannah Bradley has undergone treatment to reduce her tumour. This treatment has been very succesful and has lead to Hannah making lifestyle changes, including switching to a low carbohydrate diet with no sugar. Link to Hannah’s blog Google+

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