The Effect of Hibiscus Tea on Blood Pressure

  Hibiscus is a tropical wild plant rich in organic acids, polyphenols, anthocyanins, polysaccharides, beneficial for the cardiovascular system. Meta analyses and randomised controlled trials  show that daily consumption of hibiscus tea significantly lowered blood pressure greater than the control groups. Extracts showed antibacterial, anti-oxidant, nephro and hepato-protective, renal/diuretic effect, effects on lipid metabolism, anti-diabetic …

Mushrooms – Nature’s Vitamin D Supplement

Normally grown in the dark, mushrooms are pretty low in vitamin D unless exposed to UVB light. Researchers have discovered that exposing Oyster, Shiitake or even common button mushrooms to ultraviolet light, boosts the vitamin D levels to impressive numbers. (as much as 46,000iu).They found that exposing the gills (the ridges underneath the cap) generates …

Dr David Unwin – Humility Personified

https://youtu.be/QizJhk4DaUY Dr. Unwin was about to retire as a GP, he was disheartened that despite following NHS guidelines and offering nothing but medication to his patients who were coming to him with diabetes and weight management issues and seeing hardly any results. Then he stumbled upon low-carb nutrition through a chance encounter with a patient. …

“Diary of A Diabetic Kid” – The story behind “Gabriel’s Diabetic Kitchen”

We have probably all heard the rather patronising expression "It's so simple even a child could understand it", when comes to understanding more about nutrition than governments and health 'experts', twelve year old Gabriel Van Wesemael has certainly proven this. In 2015 he was diagnosed as a Type 1 Diabetic which changed his life for …