Apr 2, 2017

Arame (Seaweed) Salad

This recipe has a type of seaweed known as arame as its main ingredient. Seaweeds, or sea vegetables as they’re sometimes called, are a very rich source of minerals; in particular iodine. This recipe has a type of seaweed known as arame as its main […]

Jan 10, 2017

Biochemical changes after exercise – How they fight cancer

A major scientific review of laboratory and clinic data has been published this month in the British Journal of Sports Medicine by Prof RobThomas (Exercise scientist and oncologist) and Stacey Kenfield from Southern California. It describes and explains the important biochemical changes which occur after […]

Dec 14, 2016

Polyphenols and diabetes

It is widely know that lifestyle factors such as processed sugar intake, obesity and lack of exercise significantly increase the risk of type two diabetes (T2D). The benefits of polyphenol rich foods are much less talked about despite the increasing evidence. Polyphenols are the gifts […]

Nov 20, 2016

Buckwheat Health Blast

This simple, quick to make and all-encompassing meal embracing the taste and enormous health benefits of this under-used yet freely available buckwheat. This dish contains a blast of essential nutrients including omega fats, proteins, polyphenols, vitamins and minerals without any carcinogens caused by overcooking. Not to […]

Oct 2, 2016

Asparagus, mushroom, chilli, gluten free pasta

This quick, tasty meal has a real Sicilian feel with the typical health benefits of the southern Mediterranean – not surprising as its ingredients apart from the asparagus and mushrooms are from “The taste of Sicily“. It takes less than 30 mins to prepare and can […]