Real Food Day was yesterday (Wednesday 19th June) and was organised by the Public Health Collaboration to highlight the importance of choosing a real food lifestyle. So, it only seems appropriate that this week’s blog does the same!
This week's blog discusses what the carbohydrate to fibre ratio is, who is using it and whether we should be too.
Carbohydrate is the only nutrient that directly increases blood glucose levels with each carbohydrate-based food and drink impacting levels differently. They can be ranked using the glycaemic index and glycaemic load. What do these two ranking systems mean and are they useful for improving overall health and glycaemic control?
Rather than setting overly general New Year's resolutions, here are some tips on how to set long-term, sustainable and successful health goals!
The practice of meditation can result in peace of mind and reduced stress levels however it is often overlooked in the Western world. This week’s blog is a brief overview of meditation and the research behind its success and how it can help you to lead a healthier life.
Our cupboards are filled with fortified food, but are they really the answer to optimising our nutrient intake?
This week’s blog is going to focus on stress - what is it and how can we manage it for the sake of our overall health?
Sugar is frequently hidden in foods so we often don’t know we’re eating it. Here are 6 ways to help identify and minimise your hidden sugar consumption.
Being weather appropriate, this week's blog discusses our beloved barbecue; once a summer staple, now a cautioned cooking method.
This week's blog gives an overview of the first report on the progress of the government's sugar reduction programme as well as a snippet on sweeteners.
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