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Here are some of the basic rules and guidelines to stick to when embarking on a low GL diet.
Have you heard about GL or GI but aren't really sure what it means or whether it's something you should be paying attention to. This article takes a closed look at this useful tool and gives some pointers for using it in your own healthcare
This article takes a look at the upside and downside of snacking in between meals and helps to understand why we get cravings and mid-morning crashes. I will also give some helpful tips of the healthiest way to snack.
This articles looks at exactly what it means to be vegan, the good and the bad. I’ll give you some useful tips for getting you started, whether you want to go all-in, or whether you just want to test the water and see if it might be workable for you.
In this article, I am looking at the arguments for and against consuming dairy. There is a lot of conflicting information out there and many people are confused as to what the healthy (and ethical) choice is.
Calcium is a mineral that most of us associate with strong bones and teeth. This article takes a closer look at the role it plays in our bodies and the best ways to keep your levels under control.
The keto diet requires higher fat intake, moderate protein consumption and low carb levels. But what does higher fat mean?
Although ketosis is a perfectly normal and healthy state for the body to be in, if ketones are allowed to over-accumulate, harmful health conditions can arise, including organ damage. This article helps you to know whether you might be at risk.
One of the advantages of a keto diet is the benefits to brain health. When the body enters a state of ketosis, it generates enough ketones to meet all the brain’s energy needs.
Ketogenic diets are well-known for helping people to lose weight, when followed correctly. But what about other health benefits? This article takes a look at how ketosis can affect your cardiovascular wellbeing.