Stop a Cold in its Tracks

How do we Stop a Cold in it’s tracks? Everyone knows the signs – an itchy throat or nose, the beginning of a heavy head, more tired than normal, aching muscles. Yes, unfortunately it can be the signal for the cold and flu season. With each change of season comes the dreaded possibility of succumbing to a cold or worse...

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The Fat Fallacy

Aug 12, 14 The Fat Fallacy

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The standard recommendation of almost every national and international advisory body in the world that a healthy diet should be low on fat is based on a “big fat lie about cholesterol,” writes James Delingpole. Risk of Heart Disease Trial “In 1997 a massive trial of 350,000 men at high risk of heart disease found that drastically...

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More than an apple a day

Jun 18, 14 More than an apple a day

Posted by in Children, Featured, Finland, News, Nutrition, Views

An apple a day. When children get the opportunity to pick their own fruit off the trees, it can lead to much energy and enjoyment. Rules do not apply when it comes to the eating of the said picked produce To be Sure So they say an apple a day I do despair I prefer more, to be sure I lick my lips as I know best these apples I shall...

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No Fruit To Your Morning Porridge

Jan 18, 14 No Fruit To Your Morning Porridge

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Always thought of morning porridge with fruit and a dairy smoothie as healthy food options? Not quite! Holistic Nutritionist Elizabeth Montgomery explains why these (and other) food combinations will only hinder your digestion, and what food combinations you should opt for instead Five faulty food combinations: 1) Animal protein...

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Award For Good Health Practice

Nov 26, 13 Award For Good Health Practice

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Award For Being At Forefront Of Good Health Practice Purely Nutrition, whose PhunkyFoods healthy eating programme is now used in more than 2000 primary schools, has again been recognised by the Royal Society for Public Health for improving children’s understanding of food and nutrition. The PhunkyFoods programme teaches...

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