Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Good Fish Dish part 2

July 7, 2009 by Ange  

I made this last week for my mate Jules. It’s simple (I don’t really do difficult dishes) and she said it was delicious! I used SeaBass, which is on the MSC fish to eat list , but you could also use Mackerel fillets, Alaskan line-caught Salmon or Pollack. What you need, (as well as the [...]

Weight loss pill Alli monitored by FDA for liver damage

July 7, 2009 by Ange  

A number of health sites and publications are reporting that the FDA are monitoring the over-the-counter weight loss drug Alli for potential liver damage. The drug apparently works by inhibiting fat absorption and is supposed to be used along side a healthy diet. Weight loss is a challenge for many people, and often there can [...]

Good fish dish

June 23, 2009 by Ange  

I saw the End of the Line on Sunday, the new documentary about the state of our seas. We’ve been over fishing and generally not looking after the oceans for too many years now and the estimates are that we will run out of fish by 2048. Certain fish we’re used to seeing on the [...]

Sugar coated probiotics

June 12, 2009 by Ange  

When I suggest adding probiotics, lots of clients ask ‘oh do you mean like Actimel?’ Probiotic is from Greek and means ‘for life’. The definition of a probiotic is a live microorganism that gives health benefit when taken in adequate amounts. Numerous robust studies have shown how probiotics interact with our immune and digestive systems [...]

Asparagus Nori Wraps

May 25, 2009 by Ange  

Asparagus is in season tasting as delicious as ever and ridiculously healthy and nutritious! For a vegetable they have a pretty good protein score and are a good source of fibre. Asparagus is high in vitamin K, vitamin A, folic acid and iron, lots of things that we nutritional therapists encourage you to eat. I’ve [...]

Eating fats can help us lose weight?

May 19, 2009 by Ange  

Nutritional therapy works on creating the right balance of nutrients in the body, which includes good and bad fats. The case for the essential fatty acids is pretty well established, those are the ones you find in things like oily fish, seeds and nuts. Saturated fat and cholesterol are usually painted as the bad guys [...]

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