Read Time: 11minutes Modern diets have an excess of omega 6 compared to omega 3 compared to our evolutionary norm, and appears to underpin many contemporary diseases. Here’s what you need to do to get yours back in the sweet spot.
Read Time: 9minutes The second in a short series considers emerging ideas that attempt to explain the rising tide of gluten-related disorders. We start by considering the role of food enzymes (transglutaminases) — now used in many industrial food processes.
Read Time: 9minutes Over the last 100 years the Inuit have transitioned from hunter-gatherer to a largely Western diet. We look at some of the historical and contemporary evidence to see what we can learn about nutrition.
Read Time: 6minutes Our bumper-fun summer edition is packed with nutrition and health news, from the diet of Otzi the Iceman to titanium dioxide being implicated in type 2 diabetes. What are you waiting for? Start your summer reading now!