I have just been listening to a heated argument on Radio 4’s Today programme… and it’s one that is not going to go away anytime soon: the report, published jointly by the UK’s National Obesity Forum and Public Health Collaboration is
There are four types of natural fat, saturated, mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated and, less commonly, natural transfats; we also have unnatural transfats which are sadly far too common.
At lunchtime today I was listening to the tail end of You and Yours, a UK consumer progamme; they were talking about how the NHS is withdrawing a ‘low cost’ programme of prescribing (paying for, in essence) ‘gluten-free goods. I
This article trumpets the message that if you aren’t a true coeliac, you could get diabetes if you avoid grains. It’s wrong to say that and is just plain scaremongering without any recourse to scientific facts. Let’s have a look
In this article I mentioned that all natural fatty or oily foods contain a mix of saturated, mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and not just one or the other? This is important to know when the health authorities are banging in