As far as most of us can remember, breakfast has historically been considered the most important meal of the day. It’s been thought to kick-off our metabolism, boost our performance at school or at work, and help us maintain a slim figure. As a person who hardly ever has breakfast, and with the […]
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According to an article published in the British Medical Journal in October 2018, a plant-based diet is the way forward for better diabetes control. This conclusion follows the analysis of eleven studies, most of which were RCTs (randomised control trials- the most unbiased kind). The studies showed that a plant-based diet may offer the following […]
We are often asked what constitutes ‘whole grains’, which is a big part of the Mediterranean diet and healthy eating in general. In the good old days before the globalisation and industrialisation of food, whole grains were more abundant and the go-to ingredient for the basis of a meal. For example, wheat, barley, […]
As many of you may have heard in the news today, scientists have shown that genes play a bigger role in our weight than may have been previously thought. The article is very interesting indeed, but the last two paragraphs remind us that we still hold a lot of power as individuals to improve our […]
Whether one is living with an overactive thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism) or an under-active one (hypothyroidism), the recommended diet is about the same. It is encouraged to eat a varied diet of nutritious foods in the correct amounts. The emphasis is on calcium and vitamin D-rich foods, such as: seeds cheese yogurt oily fish pulses almonds […]
The Mediterranean Diet is voted the top one for 2019. This is to due to its richness in nutrients, as well as its benefits on heart health and diabetes. https://www.jwatch.org/fw114946/2019/01/07/mediterranean-diet-named-top-diet-2019