Research is important and is quite rightly used to guide public health policy and advice. However, sometimes this research doesn't tell the whole story. This blog takes a look at why those anecdotes which are so often dismissed just might give some clues as to what could work for you.
We all know that physical activity is good for us, but could it also offer benefits for our gut health? This week's blog looks at this new and expanding area of research.
Can our lifestyle prevent, halt or even reverse progression of Alzheimer's disease?
Breakfast is referred to as 'the most important meal of the day'. This week's blog examines the evidence behind this claim.
What is vitamin D and what are the recent changes to recommendations?
When ketones are mentioned many people gasp in horror (whilst other people have no idea what you're talking about). But is the association of ketones with "danger" fair?
The Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine from Bond University in Queensland, Australia have published a systematic review of group-based education for the management of type 2 diabetes which includes our study, have a read, see link attached.
Click to read a fantastic interview with X-PERT's CEO Dr Trudi Deakin on self-management of diabetes.
Our aim is to ensure that all people at risk of, or diagnosed with, long-term health conditions have access to good quality and enjoyable structured education that helps them self-manage their condition leading to improved health and wellbeing.
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