The temperature is dropping, Autumn is upon us and it’s time for another BCNH Newsletter! This month, our focus is on childhood obesity as well as nutrition and stress. October’s articles and features include: Childhood obesity Nutrition & Stress BCNH interview with Kirsty Cullen (BCNH graduate) Holistic View – Chiropractors Recipes – Seasonal Nutrition – Pomegranate
Summer is finally upon us! The BCNH team hopes the sun stays out for everyone, especially for those in the UK! This month, our focus is on Organic Produce as well as Genetically Modified Organisms, and “How to choose a probiotic”. June’s articles and features include: Organic Produce GMO’s Cardiovascular Health – The Mediterranean Diet Holistic
Happy spring from everyone at BCNH! This month, our focus is on Probiotics & Prebiotics as well as Yoga and the immune system. This month’s articles and features include:- Vitamin D & Diabetes Supporting Detoxification Weaning What you need to know about – cooking fats and oil Research Focus – Probiotics & Prebiotics 15 years of
Happy Valentine’s day from everyone at BCNH! This month’s articles and features include: Omega-3 Fatty Acids Personal Care Products The Digestive Health Solution by Ben Brown – book review Food and recipe of the month – Quinoa Breakfast recipe Research Focus – Powerhouse foods BCNH Question Time – Should I eat wheat? To read this
Happy Christmas from everyone at BCNH! This month, our focus is on dietary nitrates – the science behind them and the potential health benefits. We also have an interview with Sam Cornell, the Senior Clinical Tutor at BCNH, along with all our regular features. December’s articles and features include:- Dietary nitrates Recipe and food of the month
This month, our focus is on an Alkaline Diet – the science behind it and the potential health benefits. We also have an interview with Ben Brown, lecturer for BCNH and member of our Advisory Board, along with all our regular features. November’s articles and features include: Alkaline Diets Recipe and food of the month
Let’s put the nutritional spotlight on the much loved Halloween pumpkin: The bright orange colour indicates that pumpkin is packed with the carotenoid beta-carotene. Once ingested, beta-carotene can be converted into vitamin A which is important for eye-health, boosting immune functioning and has been implicated with cardiovascular health.~ Pumpkin contains good levels of fibre which is
Microflora and obesity – is there a connection? It is no news that the ever rising trend in obesity is not only placing a huge burden on healthcare systems but also poses a significant burden for the individual as obesity is linked to increased risk of certain cancers, cardiovascular diseases and musculoskeletal conditions for example.