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!
Your body may adapt to the same exercise routine. This blog aims to inform on how to ensure continued progression and thus sustained reaping of exercise associated benefits.
In April 2019 a new report from the American Diabetes Association set out their position on dietary advice for people with prediabetes or diabetes. We take a brief look at some of the key points, and how this compares to what is recommended in the UK
If your fat loss has plateaued and you don't know why then this blog will help you to troubleshoot some possible reasons and what to do about it.
This week's blog discusses what the carbohydrate to fibre ratio is, who is using it and whether we should be too.
There is a very strong argument for the importance of maintaining muscle mass and basal metabolic rate when losing weight. This blog examines why this is the case and how to do it.
The progression of chronic inflammation which leads to ill health involves complex biological pathways which will eventually prevent normal cell function. Knowing which foods to include or exclude from your diet is fundamental to health.
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?
Some perceive the word addiction as too strong when considering eating habits and routines, yet if you dive into the biology and psychology behind an addiction and the intakes of certain foods you may see justification for the use of the term 'food addiction'.
Controlling hunger is essential for anyone who wants to manage their health and weight, but the important role of the quality of food in this is often not considered. This week's blog takes a look at the key causes of hunger, and how the nutrient content of the foods you eat may be the missing piece in helping you control yours.
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