Articles: nutrition

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  1. The Properties of Milk

    by June Butlin

    Milk is a very important food for all mammals as it provides optimum nutrition for growth and development. However, when the milk of each mammalian species, whether goats, elephant...

  2. The Re-Balancing Potential of Seaweed

    by Simon Ranger

    The author, founder of Seagreens, begins by pointing out that in the modern world we are not getting the nutrients we need. He goes on to describe the qualities of wrack seaweed, t...

  3. The Right-Salt Diet

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

    This article gives a taste of the true value of salt which is a natural substance, like flour and sugar, and should contain all the elements from its source, the sea. But in today'...

  4. The Role of Nutrition and the Nutrition Practitioner in the 21st Century

    by June Butlin

    The author says nutrition practitioners have to move beyond just prescribing a healthy diet of quality whole foods, water, essential fatty acids and eliminating offending food. E...

  5. The Sugar Solution

    by Gina Pickersgill

    The author gives a detailed account of the chemical nature of the two types of sugar, simple sugars, and complex carbohydrates. The focus of nutritionists is on the dangers of sugar...

  6. The Use of Herbs and Phytonutrients in Pain and Inflammation

    by June Butlin

    This article continues the discussion on pain and inflammation introduced in Issue 59 and focuses on the analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of herbs and phytonutrients. Fiv...

  7. The Vitamin D Shield

    by Wilma Kirsten

    Every summer we hear how people are soaking up free vitamin D from sun exposure. How did we make the sun connection? Vitamin D deficiency is characterized by rickets in children and...

  8. Therapeutic Properties of Systemic Oral Enzymes

    by Michael Sellar

    This article illustrates how taking enzymes has assisted sportsmen both by speeding up recovery following injury and by reducing the level of pain, inflammation and stiffness.

  9. Thyroid Function, Fluoride and Cholesterol - Part Two

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

    Fluoride and cholesterol are two of the many aspects which are linked to thyroid function, fluoride being a toxic cause of disruption, cholesterol being an indicator.

  10. Thyroid Function, Fluoride and Cholesterol: Part One

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

    It is commonly taught that high cholesterol, in association with low thyroid function, is a cause of coronary heart disease. Many ‘authorities’ respond to this belief with choleste...

  11. Tips for Healthy Holiday Travel

    by Penny Crowther

    If you have been saving up all year for a relaxing break, the last thing you want is to spend your well earned time off feeling unwell. It pays to start thinking ahead when it comes...

  12. Transport of Nutrition from Mouth to Cell

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

    When considering nutrition, food quality and sources are usually the two factors that come to mind. This column, however, focuses on the connection between nutrition and lymphatic ...

  13. Vitamin A - Are you Getting Enough?

    by Penny Crowther

    Vitamin A is not a vitamin that currently gets much publicity. This is because deficiency in developed countries is considered rare. The same thinking used to apply to Vitamin D, bu...

  14. Vitamin B12 – Are You Deficient?

    by Penny Crowther

    Severe B12 deficiency is known to cause pernicious anaemia, an illness which has clearly diagnosable symptoms. However, there are a plethora of other symptoms which can be related...

  15. Vitamin D: Why We Need More Of The Sunshine Vitamin

    by Penny Crowther

    It used to be thought that vitamin D deficiency was rare, and limited to the elderly, pregnant and people from cultures where the skin is traditionally kept covered. Now it is es...

  16. Vitamin E, Are We Getting Enough?

    by Penny Crowther

    Vitamin E is not actually a single vitamin, but a group of fat soluble vitamins known as tocopherols and tocotrienols. There are eight naturally occurring forms of vitamin E, which ...

  17. Vitamins and Minerals - Discussion on the Benefits of Natural Food State Supplements

    by Dr Rajendra Sharma

    This very detailed article sets out research dating from early in the last century and continuing to the present which indicates that foods are becoming more and more depleted of n...

  18. Wake Up and Kick the Caffeine Habit for Good

    by Petrene Soames

    Petrene Soames, a leading authority on healing and self-awareness, cuts straight to the chase by pointing out that many of us are addicted to caffeine, a legal stimulant that actua...

  19. Water

    by Timothy Freer

    Timothy Freer – who has researched nutritional products, water purification methods and tools for energy health for the last seven years.

  20. What is Your Food Personality?

    by Wilma Kirsten

    Nutritionist Expert Regular Wilma Kirsten poses a quiz to determine which of three types of personality we are. The Media Personality; The Rebel Personality; The Proactive Personali...

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