This weeks blog explores the limitations of the energy balance theory and explains why counting calories does not necessarily lead to its predicted weight loss!
This week's blog considers how differences in our biology and our lifestyles mean that one dietary approach might work for one person but not for another
November 14th is National Diabetes Day! This mini-blog looks at what it's all about.
This week's blog introduces the four main dietary approaches to see which one may best suit your lifestyle.
This week's blog considers whether bariatric surgery is the silver bullet for addressing the current epidemics of Type 2 diabetes and obesity, or whether we should look elsewhere first.
This weeks blog is examining whether the current guidelines around fat and saturated fat are/ever were suitable for the UK population.
The second in a two-part blog, looking at why reading isn't always believing when it comes to scientific research! Part 2 looks at what questions we can ask to decide how much attention to pay to what is reported.
The first in a two-part blog, looking at why reading isn't always believing when it comes to scientific research! Part 1 looks at why we shouldn't always assume the story is the whole truth.
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