Articles: nutrition

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  1. Healthy Food for Children

    by Penny Crowther

    Regular columnist Penny Crowther examines the results of a Mori poll (November 2002) that found that 200,000 children in England and Wales had eaten no fruit or vegetable in the pa...

  2. History of Oxygen Therapies

    by Suzanne Hotston

    Healthy cells have an enzyme shield which protects them from damage by oxygen. They grow stronger in an oxygen rich environment. Diseased cells and the cells of anaerobic bacteri...

  3. Homocysteine - Your Most Vital Statistic

    by Patrick Holford and Dr James Braly

    Forget your blood pressure, your cholesterol, even your weight. There is one statistic that can determine better than any other, whether you will live long and healthy, or die youn...

  4. How to Increase Your Energy Naturally

    by Patrick Holford and Dr Hyla Cass

    Shocking survey results have revealed that three-quarters of the city-dwelling population in the UK are suffering from low energy and waking up tired as a result of a high intake o...

  5. How to Reverse Hair Loss

    by Vera Peiffer

    The author began going bald at the age of 14 and then lost all her body hair as well. It was not until 30 years later, when she was training to be a kinesiologist that she found th...

  6. Implications of Molecules in Emotion

    by June Butlin

    In nearly three decades of working in the area of wellness I have never found one health discipline that has all the answers for healing. The reason is that there are so many ind...

  7. Iodine - The Forgotten Mineral

    by Penny Crowther

    The article lists symptoms of thyroid deficiency, which range from depression to chronic sinus infections. Iodine deficiency is now recognised by the World Health Organisation as ...

  8. Iodine: The Forgotten Nutrient

    by Marek Doyle

    The article continues with full explanations and references to relevant research to describe the benefits of iodine, from its help in athletic performance, and help to maintain diet...

  9. Juices V Smoothies

    by Penny Crowther

    Juicing and blending are very fashionable at the moment and I often get asked about the difference between juices and smoothies.

  10. Links between Thyroid and Fatigue

    by Victoria Tyler

    For many people one noticeable sign that thyroid is not functioning properly is extreme fatigue. You may feel like it is extremely hard to wake up in the morning and that it is incr...

  11. Macrobiotics for Healthy Living and Delicious Eating

    by Anna Freedman

    I would like to take the mystery out of macrobiotics and demonstrate that this ancient approach to food and well-being is of paramount significance to us all right now.

  12. Macrobiotics for Optimal Balance

    by Vivien Ryder

    Macrobiotics, meaning great (or long) life, is a diet that seeks to achieve balance, harmony and healing and is based on the philosophy that everything is made up of two opposing f...

  13. Mad Man Disease or the Nut Case

    by Joel Carbonnel

    When the BSE scandal was first disclosed, many were rightly shocked to hear that cows had been fed on a flesh diet; that, in other words, herbivores have been turned into carnivore...

  14. Magnesium - The Magnificent Macro-Mineral

    by Vivien Ryder

    There is more to magnesium than you might think. We need relatively large amounts for our bodies to function at their optimum. And the simple fact is that most of us are deficient....

  15. Magnesium Supplementation: When and With What?

    by Marek Doyle

    This article begins with an explanation of the importance of magnesium, particularly for athletes. It has been shown to increase physical performance, improve sleep, improve hydrat...

  16. Meat, How to Keep it a Healthy Part of your Diet

    by Penny Crowther

    Last month saw more good news for vegetarians. An announcement from the World Health Organisation (WHO) informed us that processed meat definitely causes cancer. Processed meat has ...

  17. Milk - Review of its Composition, Ingestion, Dietary and Health Profile

    by Martin Murray

    ‘Drink your milk, it’s good for you’ was a phrase we heard frequently as children. As CAM Providers over the last few decades, we have been finding that ingestion of milk or dairy ...

  18. My Love Affair with Joe (Cup of, that is)

    by Wilma Kirsten

    I grew up in a country where instant coffee was all the rage. We were logistically so far removed from Europe that the whole latte, cappuccino, decaf movement sailed straight pas...

  19. Natural Approaches to Gallstones

    by Janet Bevan

    The author, a woman in her forties, describes her experiences and sudden attacks of excruciating pain which started one evening several years ago. She underwent a number of medic...

  20. Not Just A Load Of Old Bones

    by Linda Lazarides BA

    This article focuses on recent research on Vitamin D, which suggests that it could be the key to food intolerances. It has been estimated that at least 30% of all patients who cons...

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