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Good Mood Food

March 18, 2017
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An Interview for UK Health Radio with Rachel Kelly and Alice Mackintosh

The pace of life has changed dramatically over the years and the increase of mental health conditions has skyrocketed.  Research shows that on average it can take a sufferer 10 years to admit to […]

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Nutrition to Support Optimal Eye Health

March 16, 2017
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Healthy vision is one of our fundamental five senses; it is the key to our perceptions, our ability to interpret the world, and to connect with it. Our eyesight engages us socially, enables us to non-verbally communicate, learn, understand others, care for ourselves and supports our independence […]

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Eat to Outsmart Cancer

March 4, 2017
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An Interview for UK Health Radio with Jenny Phillips

The prevalence of cancer today is high and understanding more about prevention and even beneficial strategies post diagnosis can be invaluable in supporting long-term health. Jenny Phillips has her own story to share having been diagnosed […]

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How to Support the Reluctant Eater

February 23, 2017
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Many children experience a level of reluctance around certain foods at some point in their development. The transition to solid foods is not always straightforward and new colours, textures and tastes can challenge familiarity. This uncertainty can also provide an opportunity for toddlers and children to assert a […]

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The Best You

February 22, 2017
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An interview for UK Health Radio with Bernardo Moya

The popular The Best You Expo kicks off in March at Excel, London on 4th and 5th March. It’s an arena of personal development for everyone, everywhere on a grand scale. The inspiration behind this event […]

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Food for Love this Valentines

February 12, 2017
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An interview for UK Health Radio with Amy Reiley

With Valentines on February 14th, food and love are hot topics. Amy Reiley is an aphrodisiac food authority with a Master of Arts in Gastronomy from Le Cordon Bleu. Through her company, Life of Reiley, Amy has […]

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Why Children Should Eat Fish

February 12, 2017
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The news about which foods are healthy and nutritious for us is constantly hitting the headlines. With concerns around escalating childhood obesity, tooth decay and chronic disease in children, understanding more about foods that have outstanding health benefits is beneficial. Eating fish regularly has been long regarded as […]

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Get it Right this January!

January 11, 2017
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An interview for UK Health Radio with Zoë Harcombe

After the festivities and often indulgences of Christmas many people start the New Year with a desire to become healthier and fitter. We can become surrounded by marketing promoting fitness devices, classes, clothing, recipes, superfoods and programmes […]

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Evolution of Medicine

December 23, 2016
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An interview for UK Health Radio with Patrick Holford

The holidays are often a busy, hectic time but can provide an ideal opportunity to take a step back from our usual routines in life. It can be a chance to reflect on the last twelve months […]

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Digestion: You are what you Absorb

December 21, 2016
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A healthy digestive system is fundamental for our optimal health. Helping children to understand this and talk about this process is invaluable and establishes an early understanding about the importance of the food and drink we eat. Our digestive system can be compared to a river that runs […]

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Evolution of Medicine

December 15, 2016
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An interview for UK Health Radio with James Maskell

Healthcare has changed considerably over the last few years and disillusioned doctors and medical professionals have been hot topic in the media for a number of years. With recent strikes in the UK amongst Junior doctors an […]

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Depression: What it is and what can we do?

December 15, 2016
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We are living through a Depression epidemic with diagnosable mental health illnesses on the rise especially in young people. Statistics suggest that nearly 80,000 children and young people are seriously depressed with about 8,700 of those aged between 5 and 10. This […]

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