If meat is part of your diet, a problem that commonly occurs is consuming a high intake of muscle meats and little or none of the more gelatinous cuts which require slow cooking.Continue reading more “Eating nose to tail. The benefit of eating slow cooked meats.”
Given the role of vitamin D in how we may respond to the COVID-19 infection, it’s not surprising that vitamin D supplementation has increased in recent months. Vitamin D suppresses the production of antimicrobial peptides in the respiratory track and it might also help to decrease the inflammatory response to the infection, so there are definite benefits to ensuring that your vitamin D levels are optimal.Continue reading more “Supplementing with vitamin D? Don’t forget about magnesium!”
Cortisol is your body’s main stress hormone and plays a role in controlling our mood, motivation and fear or what is commonly referred to as your ‘Flight, Fight or Freeze’ response.
Our Cortisol Awakening Response (CAR) is a measure of the amount of cortisol you naturally produce on waking.
Ever thought about how long it takes for food to go from one end to the other end and what that might be telling you about your digestion?Continue reading more “What can corn tell you about your digestion?”