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October 17, 2018

Recent BMJ publication from Professor Susan Jebb's Oxford University DROPLET study shows that LED is 3 times more effective than usual NHS care one year post in terms of weight management, with no difference in adverse events.  

Very exciting research and consistent wit...

October 30, 2016

Professor Jim Mann states that  “such evidence (long term benefits) does NOT exist for diets high in saturated and total fat, and very low in carbohydrate.”

However, there is plenty of long term evidence on having a variety of fruits, coloured vegetables, lean meat, fis...

July 12, 2016

Regular oily fish consumption, 1-2 servings per day not only is cardioprotective but have been shown to reduce the risk of breast cancer by 14%. Other benefits of oily fish includes an improvement in cognitive function and skin/hair and nails, linked to fat soluble vit...

January 27, 2016

Yesterday, I was asked by a good friend on the effectiveness of protein shakes.  They are getting married in September and would like to lose some weight and ‘get fit’ for the wedding.  They have started taking low carbohydrate protein shakes in place of breakfast and...

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