We all want to live vigorous, vibrant lives, and becoming healthier is one of the most important steps towards getting in the best shape of your life. When embarking on the journey to a healthier you, it is important to not lose sight of your end goals. It is also crucial that you maintain a… Read More
A high-veg diet can help treat type 2 diabetes – and it seems to do this by altering gut bacteria. Liping Zhao at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China and his colleagues compared the effects of two diets in people with type 2 diabetes. Over 12 weeks 16 people followed a low-fat, low-carb diet; and 27 people ate a… Read More
“A study found that protein-rich meals based on beans sated people faster than meat. They also ate 12% fewer calories at their next meal.” (REPS UK, 2017, p.7). Reference REPS UK (2017) Beasts v Beans! Fitness Matters: Official Magazine of REPS UK. Issue, Spring 2017. Leeds: Coachwise Limited.
New research by Tan and colleagues suggests that a high fibre diet could prevent nut allergies in humans. It is important to note that Tan and colleagues’ research was conducted on mice, which doesn’t always crossover well to humans. Mice specifically bred to have this allergy were less likely to experience anaphylactic shock from peanuts… Read More
Research Paper Title Dietary Fiber Intake and Mortality among Survivors of Myocardial Infarction: Prospective Cohort Study. Study Question What are the associations of dietary fibre post-myocardial infarction (MI) and changes of dietary fibre from before to after MI with all cause and cardiovascular mortality? Summary Answer In this prospective study of dietary fibre intake after… Read More