Male fertility ~ a fishy business(14/Sep/16)-The 20th century saw a huge decline in male fertility, and a huge increase in omega 6 oil consumption. Are the two connected? We fish out the latest research on seafood for semen.
Red light phototherapy (2/3): Brain, Muscles and Eyes(10/Sep/16)-Red light stimulates mitochondrial function. We look at the accumulating evidence that phototherapy can improve brain function in Alzheimer's, schizophrenia and Parkinson's. Plus red light enhances muscle endurance and a has major role in eye health.
Red light phototherapy (1/3): The Skin(25/Aug/16)-Research is uncovering a huge range of beneficial effects of red light. In part 1 I look at the remarkable protective effects of red light on the skin.
June news roundup(2/Jul/16)-Toxins in food linked to autism; emulsifiers & artificial sweeteners in obesity; Coffee good for liver; Butter off the hook; Dr Mosley sees the light; Gluten psychosis; Dangers of vitamin pills
Vegetable oils losing their halo(14/Apr/16)-Just published: A US research group has recovered raw data from a large scale study from the 1970's and finds no evidence for benefits from switching butter for vegetable oils.
March News Round-Up(2/Apr/16)-Health benefits of rosemary, blueberries, coffee and organic eggs. Vegetarian populations at increased cancer risk from vegetable oils. Calls to extend sugar tax. Fish recipes.
September News Round-Up(1/Oct/15)-Knepp rewilding project in the news, and their beef is now available to order. Plus... Fish reduces depressions, apple skins prevent age related muscle loss (!?) and sugar wars hot up.
The chemical warfare on your plate(7/Jun/15)-The fascinating story of how natural insecticides in plants can be good for us, but how wheat has evolved the ability to turn an insect's immune system against itself... oh, and us.
Raw milk risks – putting them in perspective(15/Jun/14)-So straight up: there are risks of consuming raw milk. Lets not pretend otherwise. Raw milk may contain pathogens which can cause pretty unpleasant infections including Salmonella
Public Talks – 2014 update(10/Jun/14)-Venue: Bassil Shippam Centre, Tozer Way, Chichester,PO19 7LG Time: Friday, 7:30-10:00pm (doors open at 7:15) Cost: £6.00 inc tea/coffee Fri 11th July Glutens This not-to-be-missed seminar on one of