We’ve been lucky enough this month to interview Greg Rusedski – just in time for the start of Wimbledon 2015.
As well as delving into the highlights of Greg’s amazing … Read More
Is it ok to drink coffee
The debate on whether coffee is toxic or beneficial is controversial to say the least and to be honest I’m confused myself by all … Read More
Every day we’re bombarded with news about the Ebola virus and we’ve been receiving lots of queries asking whether any natural cures exist to protect against it.
To put it … Read More
Before I became a nutritionist I rarely used salt. Ten years down the line and I seem to be increasingly liberal with my sprinkling of salt over certain foods. But … Read More
Coconut water has become the UK’s fastest-growing soft drink. Sales are up 114 percent since last year with over 36 brands available in Britain. They don’t come cheap so we … Read More
A study hit the headlines last week saying that a diet high in animal proteins could be as bad for us as smoking 20 cigarettes a day. Really?
The study … Read More
Whatever your view, recent NICE draft guidelines suggest offering statins to everyone with a 10% risk of a heart attack: that’s up to 12 million people in the UK. But … Read More
Nutritionally speaking many children fare much better than their parents. Time and effort seem to be the most common excuses, coupled with exhaustion. Whilst there’s no escaping the tiredness that … Read More
Sugar: it’s the not so sweet hot topic of the month. The UK Action on Sugar group is raising sugar’s (negative) profile, working to reduce our intake of added sugar – … Read More
Stress is one of those conditions whereby we’re so anxious and exhausted from events that just taking care of ourselves seems stressful. I know I shouldn’t be using stimulants but … Read More