Jun 30, 2020

Prostate cancer – Supplements which could harm

Nutritional supplements can be a convenient way of correcting dietary deficiency or boosting the intake of specific foods which have healthy properties. Some have been tested in well conducted national randomised trials [Thomas], but most have not. Unlike drugs, supplements do not need a medical […]

Mar 18, 2019

Spicy Bean Chilli

This is another great example of a really healthy tasty, easy to make dish which is packed full of fibre, vitamins, vitamins, minerals and above all polyphenols. A fantastic snack on its own or a thoughtful complement to full meal.   Here is what you need to […]

Jun 18, 2016

Does a common diabetes drug reduce cancer risk?

In the UK, a total of 62,809 patients with diabetes were found to have a higher risk of colon and pancreatic cancer compared to a similar population without diabetes. Diabetics who were also obese had the highest number of cancers.


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