Diabetes & Halitosis – Study Suggests That Mouthwash May Not Be The Answer

According to Diabetes.co.uk  diabetes can make people more susceptible to halitosis. In people with diabetes, high blood sugar levels increase glucose levels in saliva providing food for bacteria in the mouth. But according to a recent study, those turning to mouth rinses to combat bad breath such as those containing Chlorhexidine, may be unwittingly increasing their blood …

Dissecting Nutrition – Zoë Harcombe

Zoë Harcombe is known for her thorough examination of nutrition research studies and journal articles. In conversation with Zoë at the 2019 CrossFit Health Conference where she was presenting (below) on the corruption plaguing current nutrition advice, she discusses a wide range of topics with Julie Foucher a Family Medicine Resident at the Cleveland Clinic. Particularly interesting is …

Ramen Noodle Soup – A Variation on Bone Broth

Often it is left-over ingredients that become the inspiration for a delicious meal and this chicken ‘noodle’ soup is one such occasion. Packet noodles were once a regular meal for me and the spicy Korean Neoguri Udon seafood flavour was a favourite. Obviously these MSG and wheat-laden packets of chemicals that have probably never seen …