It is often said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Although there is no scientific reason why it’s more relevant than any other meal, a good start will arm you with the energy, micronutrients and protective polyphenols for your forthcoming physical and psychological challenges. Breakfast […]
There evidence that eating a regular diet of organic food reduces exposures to pesticides, herbicides, nitrates, antibiotic-resistant bacteria and food additives. Some studies have shown that organs food contain more polyphenols and essential nutrients. Growing food organically is certainly better for the environment and well being of the […]
The Bedford Real World Study asked a large, real-world group of patients to rank their troublesome symptoms from cancer treatment and explored how this relates to patients’ decisions to initiate self-help nutritional strategies.
Between 2000/2001 and 2013/2014, global sugar consumption grew from about 130 to 178 million tonnes.
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.