Sensible Eating

18 NOVEMBER 2013

Healthy Food Options At Schools Could Help Kids Eat Better

Giving kids healthy options at school could boost their daily consumption of fruits, vegetables and whole grains, according to a new study.

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24 SEPTEMBER 2013

Spring clean your diet with these five foods

Nutritionist and chef Zoe Bingley-Pullin has shared her five favourite ingredients to incorporate this season

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8 MAY 2013

Eating Like an Ape

When we look at how many diseases there are connected to high cholesterol and blood pressure and we see the numbers of these diseases on the increase day by day, it does rather raise the issue about whether or not our current Western diet is actually the major factor, or cause, of these cardiovascular diseases, such as hypertension, stroke and diabetes.

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5 APRIL 2013

Do I Need to Eat Breakfast?

Do you really need to eat breakfast everyday? Well, the short answer is no, you don’t despite the common myth that so many people are trying to tell us that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s better really to only eat when you’re hungry.

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4 APRIL 2013

How to Keep Fresh Vegetables Fresher Longer

Here’s a great article about how to keep your salad and fresh veg fresher for longer…

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29 MARCH 2013

Fruit flies fed organic diets live longer, study finds

Here is an interesting study from the Southern Methodist University in Dallas where biologist Johannes H. Bauer ran a study on fruit flies and he found that the fruit flies that were raised on organic diets performed better on several tests for general health than those that were raised on non-organic diets.

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24 MAY 2012

The Evolutionary Diet

When we look at how many diseases there are connected to excessive weight gain and high blood pressure and we see the numbers of these diseases seem to be on the increase day by day, it does rather raise the issue about whether or not our current Western diet is actually the major factor, or cause, of these cardiovascular diseases, such as hypertension, stroke and diabetes.

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