Are you eating bum-blocker bread?

I’ve just picked up a loaf of what appears to be ‘healthy’ brown bread, the type that flies off the shelves at the supermarket. I stopped to take a look at the ingredients. Why? Well because I don’t actually buy or eat this bread and I’m intrigued…

Rachel Jesson
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How to nourish your DNA

Rarely do I get overly excited when a supplement rep comes and presents their latest products to me, but when a Swiss professor (all the way from Switzerland and with moustache to match) presented to me reams of data on the most basic nutrient you can image, I had to listen.

Ian Craig
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Sensational Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut is a form of fermented cabbage. It is packed with significant levels of Vitamin A, C, K and various B vitamins. It’s a great source of iron, manganese, copper, sodium, magnesium and calcium. It is absolutely jammed packed with healthy, naturally produced live, active, probiotics. These probiotics are superbly nourishing to our digestive system and play a vital role in our overall health. After reading this blog you may want to grab yourself a bottle and make it an everyday ‘multi vitamin’…

Rachel Jesson
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3 square meals or little and often?

When I was trained in Nutritional Therapy, it was convention to advise our clients to consume three nutritionally well-balanced main meals, plus two snacks during the day. The basis of this argument was to keep blood sugars balanced all day long - avoiding the ups and downs of insulin and stress hormone release. I’ve recently written on both these topics, so take a look if you need a refresher: blood sugar; insulin control.

Ian Craig
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ginger greatness

Have you ever thought about the wonders of ginger? Such an ancient root really that has uses in both the culinary and medicinal realms. Believe it or not, ginger is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have what some people may say supernatural powers for both the body and the brain…

Rachel Jesson
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