Nutrient Essentials in a Low Carbohydrate Diet

Posted on :  August 10, 2022

There are several health reasons to follow a low carbohydrate diet. One reason is weight loss. Low carbohydrate diets differ in the levels of carbohydrates considered ideal. There is no universal amount of carbohydrates to classify a diet as low in carbohydrates.

How to Get Your Daily Dose of Magnesium

Posted on :  August 2, 2022

Magnesium is an essential mineral that your body needs for hundreds of functions. Follow a balanced diet to easily meet your daily magnesium needs. Aim to include plenty of seafood and plant-based foods for the benefit of your body.

Iodine may reduce COVID symptoms

Posted on :  July 27, 2022

The need for iodine in our diet is transparently clear and may reduce COVID Symptoms. The known protective methods to help reduce the transmission and severity of symptoms of COVID-19 still stand. This research serves as an additional component to consider and incorporate into your lifestyle, which may add additional protection against the severity of infection and rate of transmission of COVID-19. 

The MIND Diet

Posted on :  July 19, 2022

A whole diet approach to optimise your overall health and wellbeing is key. If you are seeking a whole diet approach that helps promote brain health and reduce your risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, it is worth considering the MIND diet.

Whey Protein post heart failure diagnosis

Posted on :  July 14, 2022

Including 30g of whey protein post heart disease diagnosis may promote endothelium and smooth muscle repair and function. Before taking any supplement, it is recommended to first evaluate your diet and see if it is balanced.

Healthy thyroid healthy heart

Posted on :  July 6, 2022

by Ashleigh Feltham Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist The saying that everything in your body is linked is true... Read More

Diet Changes to Add Years to Your Life Expectancy

Posted on :  June 21, 2022

Smart dietary choices can add years to your life expectancy. Making the necessary dietary additions and swaps will potentially add years to your life expectancy. You’ll thank yourself later.