Alcohol has become a part of most occasions, but does that mean we have to drink? And, “is drinking alcohol a problem?” Like all questions that we ask about our health and wellbeing, the answer depends on:
- How much
- How often
- Our individual constitution
Let’s explore the question, “is alcohol becoming a habit?”
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Keeping well nourished whilst travelling can be a challenge, especially if the local food culture is different to yours. My 5 top overseas travel nutrition tips are based on my experiences, as well as current health advice.
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Food allergy is reported to be on the rise, but proper diagnosis is essential. It is important to know whether you have an allergy or intolerance, as this alters how you plan your meals. If you are allergic to a number of different foods, then you could be missing out on essential nutrients and phytonutrients.
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It is that time of year again, when I encourage you to pause and ask, “Is the way I am eating, and thinking about food, supporting me? It is International No Diet Day on 6 May, and this year I am offering 10 things to help you to create a new and positive relationship with food.
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What is activated charcoal? And does it do everything that it is claimed to? Activated charcoal has gained social media coverage over the past two years—promising anything from whiter teeth to a cleaner digestive system. The articles that I have read conflict each other in the stated benefits, the dosage, the evidence and the side effects. So is there any REAL evidence?
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Is your food your medicine? Or is your food making you ill? Now these two questions overly simplify how we are nourished, but they are a good starting point. It is true that food is central to our health and wellbeing, but how do we make it our medicine?
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