[Last updated 5th September, 2018]
Candida is a fungus that can grow in the human body.
A condition called Candida Overgrowth Syndrome is said to occur if levels in the gut become too high.
But is it actually a real condition, and does diet play a role? This article explores the current research.[Discover More…]
[Last updated 29th October, 2021]
Salicylate intolerance is not fully understood by scientists.
The condition is often misdiagnosed, and there’s a variety of possible treatments.
Some salicylates are relatively easy to stay away from, but others are nearly impossible to avoid.
This article looks at the evidence-based ways to treat salicylate intolerance. [Discover More…]
[Last updated 9th January, 2019]
Fruits are the perfect snack.
They are loaded with nutrients and fiber, relatively low in calories, and easy to bring to work.
However, they do contain naturally occurring sugars, sometimes in large amounts. This can be a concern for those who struggle to manage their blood sugars.
This article takes a science-based look at the most suitable fruits for diabetics.[Discover More…]
[Last updated 3rd April, 2019]
The number of Americans with Alzheimer’s disease will reach a staggering 14 million by 2050 (1).
Certain factors contribute to risk, including lifestyle, diet and genetics… In particular a genetic variant known as APOE4.
This article attempts to explain the link between diet, the APOE4 gene and Alzheimer’s in plain English.[Discover More…]