Cream of the crop. Rude Health’s new nut and grain milks

For pure roughage at breakfast time it’s difficult to beat Rude Health. These connoisseurs of cereals have been leading the way in low sugar, healthier breakfasts. Their granola, muesli and … Continue Reading →


Tigernuts, the original superfood?

It seems that the designers of the paleo diet have got it wrong… The major food in our ancient diet wasn’t meat or berries or nuts. According to Oxford University … Continue Reading →


Nutritious Baobab – They call it the Feel Good Fruit

They say nature has all the medicine we could ever need. The Baobab tree is a great example. For centuries, one of the world’s biggest trees has provided women of … Continue Reading →


Chia is becoming increasingly available

I’m very glad that chia seeds are becoming more readily available. They are very high in Omega 3, in perfect balance with Omega 6, and are brim-full with nutrients, including … Continue Reading →


Bounce Balls – nutrition on the go

You don’t need extra protein if you eat well. That is… the average man can get all the protein he needs if he drinks his milk, eats tuna for lunch … Continue Reading →


A quick organic review: Dove’s Fibre Flakes cereal

I’m currently munching through a bowl of Dove’s Organic Fibre Flakes cereal. Always the best way to write about food I feel. The cereal has a lovely rounded moreish bite … Continue Reading →


Alternatives to milk

Possibly 75% of people around the world are lactose intolerant – which might go some way to explaining why there are so many alternatives to milk. But there are numerous … Continue Reading →


Lepicol for a healthy gut – you might never know how much you need it

How’s this for a testimony: I have been using Lepicol for a few weeks and I am now sure that my bowel problems are over. My Irritable Bowel Syndrome, ‘piles’ … Continue Reading →


You’ve got to keep on moving!

History of Fibre The necessity for fibre is not a new idea. In Ancient Greece, Hippocrates wrote of “This important substance”. In 1837, an American, Sylvester Graham, announced that wholemeal … Continue Reading →


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