Vitamania – The Sense & Nonsense Of Vitamins

Vitamania takes us on an investigation of vitamin science and history, asking whether we should be taking vitamin supplements, or not? These questions are investigated by scientist Dr Derek Muller in a documentary made by Emmy Award-winning Australian filmmakers, Genepool Productions. Some countries have already televised this but currently it is only available to rent …

Liver – Love It or Hate It, Here Are Some Facts

Liver is possibly the most nutrient-dense food in the world. Conventional belief is that micro nutrients are most highly concentrated in vegetables and some fruits. While this is true, their micro nutrient content doesn’t always beat what is found in liver as they are apparently more bio available from animal sources. As an example, Vitamin …

Avoiding Big Pharma, Becoming a Micro Farmer

Microgreens can be a delicious, nutritious, organic and fresh addition to a healthy diet, especially in the winter months. Studies assessing microgreens found they certainly pack a punch when it comes to nutritional content. Microgreens possess significantly higher nutrient densities than mature plants; some are six times higher in vitamin C concentration than mature vegetables and …

The French Paradox

“They [the French] are annoyingly thin. If you go to France and see an obese person, it’s probably an American on vacation” Dr David Diamond- Demonisation and Deception in Cholesterol Research The French Paradox, a term coined in the 1980’s began the quest to answer the enigma that French people, despite consuming more wine per capita …

Our Daily Bread

I remember, as a child, being forced to recite the ‘Lord’s Prayer’ at school assembly every morning. Thankfully, I no longer have to mindlessly perform that ritual but I do however remember a small section – “Give us this day, our daily bread”. For over fifty years that daily bread was a part of my …