Am liking this new guy I’ve discovered. Pleased to see he is anti soya and anti agave nectar (dreadful stuff – stop putting it in ‘health foods!!!).
An interesting if controversial article. Sure to provoke thought and discussion. Make of it what you will.
And yet another great article from my fave nutrition research peeps advocating real food.
So quit the s**t people and read on for useful info that you should inwardly digest.
If you are looking to cut your sugar intake, maintain blood sugar levels or manage diabetes, or just eat more healthily, this article is for you.
Another interesting read from my fave research bods. We all know, or should by now, that sugar is sneaky and goes by various guises. But this article deals with consumption of liquid sugars, and it is very easy to forget to keep check on these.
At last, a good start on research for CFS/ME as a physical condition. We are farther away from a belief it is ‘all in our minds’ and the ‘yuppy flu’ days, but not far enough. There is still too much myth surrounding CFS/ME. Lets hope this research continues and gets the respect it needs.
This article is well worth a read. Feel free to share. Lets get the word out there and encourage more research to be undertaken and published.
One of the first thing I talk to people about when discussing managing fatigue is cut sugar right back. It’s hard to go sugar free, but not impossible. But cutting sugar is a good way to begin. This is all very well if you know what sugar is. I tell people to read the labels and then I give them a list of the most common disguises sugar uses to sneak into your food.
The following article, from a trusted research source, plainly and excellently lays out the sugars to watch out for.
Well worth a read. Carry a note of the common and uncommon ones in your purse or wallet when you go shopping. Stop letting food manufacturers poison you!
Another top article (with interesting debate and comment at the end) on the benefits of nuts. If you haven’t picked up the nut butter recipe from my previous post, do follow the link in this article as it is well work a peek.
Another helpful article from the lovely nutrition research bods at authority nutrition. Some of it is obvious, but then again, it’s only obvious if you know it! It is of course always preferable to handle any health condition naturally and drug-free where possible.