Vegetable Oil Not As Healthy As We Thought For Cooking

Cooking In Vegetable Oil May Be Dangerous

For decades doctoUnknown-2rs (MBBS)have been telling us we must stop using lard and other saturated far because it caused our cholesterol levels to go up. Only use vegetable oil
(omega 6) because of it’s heart benefits and now after a series of experiments in the UK doctors (PhDs) are telling us the doctors (MBBS) are all wrong and we should immediately stop using vegetable oil for cookingContinue reading

Alcohol Friend Or Foe

Is Alcohol A Friend Or Foe?

printcomp-1.aspxThis depends to a degree on which academic you talk to but several things are worth noting. People who drink alcohol live longer than people that don’t drink at all, this is a fact borne out by good research. Some medical doctors will tell you to quit drinking and you will be healthier, others own wineries and tell you to keep drinking alcohol. Doctors of research (top of the academic tree – PhDs) will also occasionally give you a mixed bag. Continue reading

What is Lifestyle Medicine

Lifestyle Medicine

I have always loved nature, science, nutrition, natural medicine and sport and trying to top the class in all of this has been one hell of an apprenticeship and hasn’t finished yet. Science is forever opening another pandora’s box causing a new chase to begin for practitioners to understand some aspect of health/disease. For 50 years it looked like drugs held the answer, then it shifted towards genetics and now it looks like lifestyle medicine is going to revolutionise medicine and prevent 80 percent of diseases from occurring in the first place. Man is evolving wrong causing disease. So what is lifestyle medicine… reading

Gardening Is A Good Way To Get Your Lifestyle Medicine And Food

IMG_1077Working in the vegetable garden is a great way to not only get lifestyle medicine (activity, mindfulness etc) but also to grow healthy food using organic methods. Everyone knows that vegetables grown in our own gardens always taste better than vegetables grown on a commercial scale, whether this is directly related to chemicals used to grow vegetables at maximum speed for early markets.
Whatever the reason the tomatoes grown in my garden always seem to taste better as does my Tuscan Kale, Beetroot, Lettuce, Potatoes (sweet and plain), Corn, Cabbage, Perpetual Spinach, Garden Peas, Sweet Peas, Climbing Beans, Cucumber, Egyptian Walking Onions, Garlic, Globe Artichoke. The photo on the left was taken during the first week of spring – September in the Southern Hemisphere.Continue reading