My latest opinion piece in the Jersey Evening Post considers the madness of low calorie diets and the benefits of intermittent fasting. The NHS and Diabetes UK have come up with their latest wheeze: starving people to put them into
My article is in today’s JEP 😊 It was written in response to the scary and misinformed headlines of ‘red meat causes cancer’. A meat eater myself, I have pescetarian hubby and vege and vegan friends, and this
Here’s the last post I made in shorter form and a couple of local bits added as an article in today’s Jersey Evening Post 🙂
The Times et al advised us on 24th Feb that we should be eating 10 portions of fruit and veg a day, not 5. Surely they are kidding? Here is my take on their article and the subject in general.
My article in the Jersey Evening Post It had to be 800 words, so here are the 800:
The the World Health Organization (WHO) said today that the number of adults estimated to be living with diabetes has nearly quadrupled to 422 million since 1980. The worst areas affected are (worst first):
No, it’s not an April Fool’s joke… but that headline from the Evening Standard is slightly (but not totally) misleading! Here’s what it is about.
Good for Tim Noakes! I hope he wipes the floor with the HPCSA. Not sure what this is about? Read on…
We’ve just gone past the ‘trick or treat’ All Hallows’ Eve. That and Clive Pearce’s comment on this post got me thinking about ‘sweets’ and ‘sweeties’: are they the treat they once were, or a ubiquitous nuisance?
What’s the truth behind the headlines? Can we eat bacon or not? Today the WHO issued a news release announcing ‘the consumption of red meat as probably carcinogenic to humans (Group 2A), based on limited evidence that the consumption of