The topic of cooking oils and which is the healthiest is a controversial one. This blog examines vegetable, olive and coconut oils to see which you should be consuming and which you should try to avoid.
This blog looks at what separates the fad diets from those that have some substance.
Have you ever heard that high levels of stress and/or poor sleep quality can lead to weight gain and questioned how this may be possible? This weeks blog may help shine some light on the subject matter!
We're all told to watch our cholesterol. That we need more "good" and less "bad". But what does all this actually mean?
New Years resolutions are often based around weight loss, this weeks blog examines how to sustain weight loss and avoid relapse!
The festive period can pose problems for anyone trying to manage their blood glucose and/or weight. This week's blog looks at what can be done to try and balance the excesses of Christmas with achieving your health goals.
Following on from the limitations of energy balance theory blog, this week we examine how insulin initiates weight gain and how regulating levels may help you achieve your health goals.
We recently wrote a rapid response to a study published in the BMJ. This blog provides a plain English version of that response.
On the 23rd November 2016 a study was published in the BMJ concluding that the consumption of dietary saturated fatty acids (SFA) increased the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) in men and women. This article is our response to that article, and why we don't believe the conclusions are accurate.
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!
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