Toxins in our Favourite Beverages

We all love our coffee and teas don't we? Some so much that it could be consider a sacred religious routine not to be missed in their daily lives. However what no coffee or tea company will tell you are the toxins and anti-nutrients? Yesterday in our Herbal Medicine class, I came across something interesting … Continue reading Toxins in our Favourite Beverages

Fibre: Necessity or a Fibrous lie?

How often do you hear: “You need fibre from your fruits and veggies to prevent constipation!” Or another popular claim: “You need fibre to feed your microbiome!” Well if you decided to dig deeper, the truth might surprise you. Here is a brilliant and humorous talk by esteemed professor Zoë Harcombe, researcher and author of … Continue reading Fibre: Necessity or a Fibrous lie?

Reversing Type 1 Diabetes, Cancer and Crohn’s through a Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet?!

Reversing Type 1 Diabetes, Cancer and Crohn's through a Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet?! These are some outrageous claims and surely require some outrages evidence, right? I mean Type 1 diabetes is basically a disease that usually starts at childhood and sentences a child to a lifetime of insulin injections. Crohn's is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease … Continue reading Reversing Type 1 Diabetes, Cancer and Crohn’s through a Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet?!

Curing Autoimmune Disease with a CARNIVORE DIET???

If you know me, for the past 3 years I've pretty much been vegetarian/vegan and I've attributed most of my autoimmune healing to a plant-based, mostly animal-free diet. So when I heard about the Carnivore Diet doing wonders for all sorts of autoimmune diseases, I started questioning and finding out more. It has since been … Continue reading Curing Autoimmune Disease with a CARNIVORE DIET???

Modified Ketogenic Diet for Autoimmune Disease

Here's a neat factsheet on how a modified ketogenic diet can help autoimmunity and chronic diseases!

Eating for your Mental Health

This week in our nutrition class, we covered nutritional interventions for Mental Health. It turns out there is so much you can do, nutritionally, to improve your mental health. And this doesn't just apply to people with conditions like depression, anxiety or insomnia. I was so fascinated by these tables that I thought I'd share … Continue reading Eating for your Mental Health

Sprouting Made Easy

Did you know that the most consistent factor among the blue zone centenarians are the fact that they all consume legumes regularly? Did you also know that traditional wisdom calls for proper preparation of grains, seeds and legumes such as soaking or sprouting before cooking? These days I like to sprout them because it makes … Continue reading Sprouting Made Easy