Oxalates can be bad for you. We explain what they are and what foods have high levels of them.
In a study published in September in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease scientists show the MIND diet can slow cognitive decline and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease dementia.
The lockdowns are something none of us like or want, and combined with – in so many cases – the fear of job loss, economic erosion, rears its ugly head. There’s a way to help that doesn’t involve a visit to the doctor or a prescription for ‘Mother’s Little Helpers”.
”The countless names of illnesses do not really matter. What does matter is that they all come from the same root cause: Too much acid in the body!” Investigate alkaline balance: is it the real thing?
Is the alkalien diet just another way of being vegan? Or is there more? Much more?
Is it possible? Just by adding more spinach, kale, collards and mustard greens to your diet can you help slow cognitive decline? New research just in says YES! The research also examined the nutrients responsible for the effect, linking vitamin K consumption to slower cognitive decline for the first time. Ian: This is great news for us […]
We hear it time and again: Dietary fat is not good for us, it promotes heart disease and gives us dangerously high cholesterol levels. No matter how many studies show that a low-fat diet is in fact making us sick… and fat, this advice just never seems to change… at least, that is until now. • […]
Has anyone else noticed how the price of humble kale is going up? Bad, perhaps for you and I – the alkalizing consumer – but good for the population in general because it tells us more people are eating it and prepared to pay for the privilege. There are so many ways to eat kale, […]