Animals, the planet and personal health - the three most common reasons for becoming vegan. But, last year it was reported that more than half of UK adults who began a vegan diet for the first time gave up, based on factors relating to taste or convenience. Will the fight to make a vegan diet more accessible result in the benefits being lost in translation?
Have you lost your appetite for meat? Increasingly, people are avoiding meat and meat-based products. Many are turning to vegetarian or vegan diets. The reasons for doing so are varied.
What are digestive enzymes, why do we need them and what causes an enzyme deficiency?
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There has been a lot written about the need to supplement our diets with fish oils. We have been swept along on wave after wave of articles on the benefits of fish oil Omega 3. Oil (fats) is part of our normal daily diet, however, whilst we have focused on oil supplements we have lost sight of the importance of getting our “foundation” oil intake right.
substance produced by the liver, found in the bloodstream and is a vital constituent in all your body’s cells. Around 20% of the body’s total cholesterol is obtained from the diet and the body manufactures the rest. There are two types of cholesterol: HDL (high density lipoproteins) and LDL (low density lipoproteins).