During recent years, an increasing amount of research with compelling clinical evidence
has accumulated and been submitted for publication in scientific journals about diet and its links with chronic disease.
Again low carb diets are in the spotlight and have been identified as being particularly healthy in the management of a number of diseases including epilepsy, type 2 diabetes, PCOS, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic inflammatory and for pain management.(1)(2)(3)(5)(6) Continue reading →
Anti-inflammatory diets are worth serious attention and not just because they sound very sensible. Simply, they encourage a back to grass roots choice of foods based on almost all plant foods including plant proteins, natural fats, nuts and seeds, oily fish, wholegrains and pulses. In addition, animal foods are still in but they don’t dominate and they are definitely not processed. Continue reading →
Our half-century effort to cut back on the consumption of eggs, meat, and full-fat dairy foods has had a tragic effect on declining health. The very cornerstone of dietary advice for generations has been that saturated fats in red-meat, butter, and cheese should be avoided because they clogged our arteries. Diets shifted from meat to chicken, and canola oil over butter. Our chariness of fats can be traced back to the 50’s to an American, Dr Ancel Keys, who rather persuasively followed through with some flawed research to support his idea that saturated fats raise cholesterol and, as a result, cause heart attacks.
Testosterone is more than just a manly hormone essential for the continuum of the human race. It is crucial for energy pathways, robust heart health, mental clarity, insulin sensitivity, protein synthesis, and bone and muscle density. Like estrogen in women, it helps us keep our peak performance and delay the major factors associated with degenerative disease processes. Continue reading →