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What makes a ‘powerhouse’ vegetable?

Watercress, Chinese cabbage, chard and beet greens have been shown to provide the most nutrients per calorie
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Natural light in the office improves health

Office workers with more natural light exposure at work sleep better, are more physically active and enjoy a better overall quality of life


12 August, 2014
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Trees clear the air, cut healthcare costs

New research has shown that “urban forests” – city trees and parks – contribute significantly to our health and wellbeing


31 July, 2014
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Fracking chemicals are hormone disrupters

The toxic chemicals used in forcing natural gas out of the ground have far reaching human health effects


3 July, 2014
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Edible flowers pack an antioxidant punch

A new study has found that edible flowers aren’t just a pretty garnish. They may actually be good for us too!


23 April, 2014
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Trust your gut – it loves chocolate too!

A unique new study has shown that good bacteria in the gut turn dark chocolate into anti-inflammatory compounds that protect the heart


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More fruit and veg – the ‘secret’ of a long, healthy life

Improvements in health rise and the risk of dying prematurely drops for every daily portion of fresh vegetables and fruits we consume, according to a new study


1 April, 2014
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Using herbs and spices helps to cut back on salt

Findings from a new study show that people who are taught to use herbs and spices tend to use less salt in their day-to-day diets


20 March, 2014
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Surf or turf? Scientists wrestle with the protein question (again)

Two new studies suggest that not all sources of dietary protein are the same and that the benefits of healthy protein are far more complex than we first thought


6 March, 2014
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Why mood dictates your food choices

A bad mood can mean we forget to think about the longer-term consequences of our food choices


26 February, 2014
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Supplements just part of a healthy approach to life for most users

People who take supplements are more likely to have a long-term, multifaceted commitment to health than those who don’t


13 February, 2014
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