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Global survey shows we’re eating more packaged food

In spite of the evidence of its many benefits, fresh food is playing a smaller and smaller part in our diets, according to a new global survey.

10 April, 2017

Access to nature lowers rates of obesity and depression

A new review of hundreds of studies suggests that access to nature brings measurable health and wellbeing benefits and should be a fundamental right for everyone.

23 March, 2017

Does vitamin D deficiency play a role in metabolic syndrome?

A high fat diet alone may not be enough to cause metabolic syndrome, say scientists; but combined with vitamin D deficiency it could raise our risk for diabetes, heart disease and more.

23 January, 2017

Sugar a big problem in packaged foods

Added sugar in processed foods is a worldwide problem and a new survey has found that even so called healthy foods like granola bars or yoghurt can be full of it.

19 January, 2017

Glyphosate herbicide causes liver damage

Newly published evidence shows that at levels many thousands of times below what regulators consider ‘safe’ glyphosate can trigger liver disease.

10 January, 2017

Study finds toxins lurking in ‘safe’ GMO foods

They may look the same but, according to a new study, GMO corn and non-GMO corn are definitely not the same – and the GMO version could be very bad for our health.

20 December, 2016

Water study challenges 8-glasses-a-day rule

Study shows that if you drink too much water your brain makes swallowing harder – helping maintain a tightly calibrated water balance in the body.

24 October, 2016

Alternative therapies can provide relief for bowel disorders

Several natural therapies can be effective for the treatment of bowel disorders like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), functional constipation, and ulcerative colitis.

6 October, 2016

Spirulina has anti-fatigue benefits, study shows

Supplementing with spirulina may increase people’s ability to resist mental and physical fatigue in both the short- and long-term, according to new preliminary data.

27 September, 2016

Adults across the world not getting enough omega-3

A new analysis shows that, in many areas of the world, otherwise healthy individuals’ blood levels of essential omega-3 are very low – risking potentially longer-term health problems.

10 August, 2016