My Jersey Evening Post article from 20th February; it’s about cancer. February 4th saw World Cancer Day; at the same time there was a news release that obesity-related cancers are on the rise. Cancer Research UK tells us that: obesity
My article in today’s JEP talks about sources of fibre and mixed messages (and misunderstanding) of low carb. Last month saw another study published by The Lancet, which was released with great fanfare across the media; this one was about
Back to the NHS again; bless their little cotton socks. A few points for trying – and many points off for doing it badly. This time, it’s on the subject of puddings (desserts).
You don’t want added sugar in your cheese – here’s why. Feel Fab Nutrition.com
The Mail on Sunday (18 Sept 2016) have published an eight-page pull-out, ‘Think Yourself Slim’ and promised no forbidden foods, just the power of your mind to lose weight. Let’s look at how they did.
My article in the Jersey Evening Post It had to be 800 words, so here are the 800:
As a nutritionist I rarely buy processed foods but had misjudged today and was hungry, so ordered a porridge pot to eat while I was having a coffee at Costa coffe shop. Well, what can I say?!
Here are three types of peanut butter I found in our kitchen (more than one of us does the shopping); this small sample shows how you need to read labels.
I was just having a conversation with a friend who is soon to have his cataracts treated*. Given a diet high in sugars has all sorts of consequences, including AGE formation, I got to wondering if a high glycaemic increased the