Skeptical about the healthy benefits and effectiveness of intermittent fasting? Research suggests it’s not just a health gimmick.
There’s more to a healthy gluten-free lifestyle than avoiding gluten. Studies show that gluten-free products can be less nutritious than conventional ones, often higher in fat, salt and sugar and lower in fibre.
Fresh peas make an excellent and seasonal creamy soup that has a fresher taste than if you use traditional dried peas.
New potatoes and asparagus are at the peak of their season now and they blend beautifully to make a nourishing and satisfying light meal.
Evidence is growing of a link between the world’s most widely used herbicide – Roundup – and Colony Collapse Disorder in bees. Is there a human health threat too?
It’s a question that needs to be asked: if you don’t eat them are GMOs OK? The answer is definitely NO!
When it comes to shedding those extra kilos, according to Danish researchers, success is less about what you eat and more about who you are at a biological level.
Even if you are moderately overweight to begin with, keeping your weight steady over the longer-term could significantly reduce your risk of diabetes.
Several herbs can help relieve uncomfortable symptoms that are common to pregnancy and birth. Here’s what you can – and can’t – use.
Herbal remedies have a long history of use in treating a range of discomforts and health problems that women experience throughout their lives.
There’s a very clear distinction between being ‘busy’ and being ‘productive’ – can you spot it in your own life?
A thought for ‘Blue Monday’: Depression is just one of many things that can result from a denial of the interdependent nature of our relationships.
Studies have shown that placebos can sometimes work better than conventional medicine and as part of a mind/body approach to medicine can relive pain, reduce drug use, heal ulcers and more.
What you need to know about the difference between prebiotics and probiotics, and how they can both benefit and nurture optimum health.