Category Archives: Health & Nutrition News
13 Ways to add Turmeric into your day…
Turmeric has been shown to be as effective or more effective than 14 major drugs. It is a fabulous anti-inflammatory agent and is the most researched and studied spice for it’s health giving benefits. It is used heavily in cooking … Continue reading
Going gluten free healthily
How do you go gluten free and do so healthily? How do you feed a family if only one of you is gluten intolerant or coeliac? It’s a problem that can cause frustration and resentment where someone ends up losing … Continue reading
Are you addicted to diet foods?
Are you still eating ‘diet foods’, ‘low fat foods’ or ‘healthy options’? If you are you are almost certainly setting yourself up for cravings, weight gain, mood swings and bad skin. So you can eat fewer calories for sure, but … Continue reading
Why I’ll never be a bikini model…
After 20 years of putting up with incredibly itchy patches on my left buttock and, in the last 18 months, my elbows too, I’ve discovered this week what it is all about. Coeliac disease. Really? Shouldn’t I be suffering with diarrhoea, … Continue reading
The processed meat debate.
You may have heard the news about processed meat being linked to premature death today? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-21682779 With this is the news I think people always do a quick mental check of their own eating habits to see whether they fit … Continue reading
The Beauty of Watercress
I love watercress. The proper buy-in-a-bunch sort of watercress you can get from the market, not that frilly edged leaves all washed and pretty from the supermarkets. So yesterday I managed to chuck a whole bunch of watercress into an … Continue reading
National Chip Week ( 18-24 February 2013)
Oh yeah! It’s chip week!! One thing we Brits can do well is a chip. The problem is we have to endure them fried in vegetable oils that have been heated and cooled over and over and over again and … Continue reading
Are you still using margarine?
This month, February, is Heart Health month. An awareness campaign to get people to make lifestyle changes to lower their risk of heart disease. I am all in favour of this, we need to make sure people aren’t ill unneccessarily … Continue reading
Mercury Fillings – Review of Dr John Anderson’s presentation 26/2/12
Following on from my last post reviewing the ‘Reclaim your health’ weekend, I’ve had more emails about mercury fillings than any other. So here we go, an overview of John’s presentation and some idea about where to go and what … Continue reading
Feeling full of beans?
Happy New Year to you! Time to shake the hangover off and think about how you’re going to achieve all those resolutions you made to yourself last night! Managing your health has to be the very best thing you can … Continue reading