The Relationship Between Antioxidants and Foods

It is a common fact that antioxidants are essential for our health and they can keep us healthy, and the best source of antioxidants is foods. It is possible for us to obtain antioxidants from supplements and some processed food products, but these aren’t as ideal as natural foods that contain much higher levels.

Nutritionist vs Dietitian vs Nutritional Therapist

When we hear the terms nutritionist, dietician and nutritional therapist, we often assume that they are the same thing. In fact, they are all very different positions in the health care industry and they all play different, yet important, roles when it comes to your health and wellness. Let’s take a look at some of the differences here so you can decide which one is right for you.

The Difference Between a Food Allergy and Food Intolerance

Our stomach is meant to become our lifelong friend, but like any friend, the relationship isn’t always smooth. We could encounter various situations that result in stomach issues that leave us feeling nauseous, bloated, in pain or just uncomfortable. Could it be something we ate? Perhaps our food didn’t agree with us or it was spoiled. Maybe it is something more.

How Does Nutritional Testing Work?

Nutritional testing is a method used to analyze possible causes of certain illnesses. Many health problems can be remedied nutritionally, using steps that are very effective. Nutritional testing must be scientific and very precise and it starts with a test to analyze the autonomic nervous system of our body. It is possible to accurately determine the state of our health with this analysis.

What is energy?

In the UK, almost 7 in 10 men and almost 6 in 10 women are either overweight or obese. This means that many of us are consuming more energy (calories) than we need from food and drinks. This article will explain the concept of energy and how it impacts on bodyweight.

The eatwell guide - A revised healthy eating model

Public Health England has launched a refreshed version of the UK’s healthy eating model which replaces the eatwell plate.

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