From the category archives:

Eat Well

Are Canned Foods Really Healthy?

July 6, 2011

Chiropractors Brighton and Hove It depends on which foods have been canned, but fresh is always best! Canned foods undergo a heat process which destroys nutrients and affects food to varying degrees  -  depending on which food it is.  Fruit and vegetables are more easily affected than beans. Fruits and vegetables are especially important sources [...]

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Eat Well – Move Well – Think Well!

April 7, 2011

Brighton and Hove Chiropractors I am delighted to introduce Brian and Phillipa Murdock from Western Australia (Karen’s brother and sister-in-law) – people who are doing something about the health of our environment!  Brian and Pip are Proud manufacturers of Stimuli a highly concentrated premium organic soil and plant conditioner made from fish and kelp. They [...]

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What’s In The Christmas Cookies?

December 21, 2010

Chiropractors Brighton The following information was sourced from Natural News . The Christmas-colored snack chips and store-bought cookies may look festive, but watch out: Eating them may cause side effects such as hyperactivity, especially in children. That’s because nearly all Christmas-colored foods achieve their colors through the use of artificial coloring chemicals, including Red #40. [...]

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Nutritious Warming Winter Soup

November 30, 2010

Brighton and Hove Chiropractors In a recent post we talked about the health benefits of cruciferous vegetables which are rich in antioxidants and help protect our body’s cells from damage.  This week I discovered the following recipe which not only packs a perfect healthy punch, but is also extremely delicious.  Now that the weather has [...]

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Eat Your Greens! Especially Cruciferous Veg….

November 16, 2010

Brighton Chiropractors Brussel sprouts are just arriving in shops on the stalk and are particularly wonderful to eat right now.  A cruciferous-rich diet which includes cabbage, brocolli, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, kale, bok choy, cress etc  has shown a reduced risk of many cancers. Cruciferous vegetables are also rich in antioxidants that help protect your body’s [...]

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Salt – Friend Or Enemy?

November 8, 2010

Brighton Chiropractors When most people in the western world think of salt they think of  sodium chloride — a highly refined, processed white substance that is devoid of nutrients. Modern table salt is so devoid of nutrients, in fact, that in the early 20th century, doctors noticed that people who ate white table salt started [...]

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Obesity =Too Many Calories In – Too Few Calories Out!

October 27, 2010

Chiropractors Hove Is this where the obesity gene comes from? What are we teaching our children? “I believe most people understand that epidemic obesity is overwhelmingly accounted for by too many calories in, too few calories out. But in many quarters, there is surprising resistance to that notion” ~ David Katz MD The forces conspiring [...]

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