Posted byon Tue, 21 May 13 11:38
Ground-breaking research from Oxford University is published today (21st May), in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, showing that inexpensive B vitamins stopped shrinkage in the area of the brain that defines Alzheimer’s disease
Posted byon Tue, 14 May 13 14:24
I often get asked what I take when I go travelling or on holiday so here’s my nutritional first-aid kit.
Posted byon Thu, 09 May 13 16:17
Sugar is perhaps a greater addiction than people realise and kicking the habit can be difficult. If you are finding it particularly difficult to give up sugary foods and drinks, you are probably hooked and there are clear biological reasons for this.
Posted byon Mon, 29 Apr 13 19:00
Bruce Springsteen may sing about the joys of being ‘born in the USA’ but recent research begs to differ. A new study conducted on 91,642 children aged 0 to 17 investigated the prevalence of allergic disease, including asthma, eczema, hayfever, and food allergies found: