The best diet in the world The most researched diet in the world
The best diet in the world The most researched diet in the world

Harvard Medical School said it; eleven International cardiologists even told former British PM David Cameron in an open letter. The colourful Mediterranean Diet prevents ALL chronic illnesses that beset the Western world.

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So what is the Rainbow Diet - and what does research have to say about its role in beating chronic illnesses like cancer, heart disease, dementia and diabetes, while helping you live younger, longer?

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 What are people saying about The Rainbow Diet book? The Rainbow Diet and Olive oil.
What are people saying about The Rainbow Diet book? The Rainbow Diet and Olive oil.

"This is the best book I've read in a very long time. I've learnt a lot about good nutrition and I can honestly say it's changed my life - and my family's. Thank you."

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Olive oil is an essential component in the colourful Mediterranean Diet. It has strong health giving properties in its own right but the benefits multiply up with oils from fish.

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Rainbow Recipes The Rainbow Diet and Fish
Rainbow Recipes The Rainbow Diet and Fish

The recipe for healthy eating? Vibrant colours, great recipes, low sugar and nourishing food. And now you can buy the new book - Rainbow Recipes, from Barbara Cox and Chris Woollams.

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From Spain to Italy and Greece to Algeria, people who lived by the sea fished. Bouillabaisse started life made from the ugly fish the fishermen couldn't sell; salad Nicoise from the anchovies too small to sell.

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The Rainbow Diet and Sugar The Rainbow Diet and Fat
The Rainbow Diet and Sugar The Rainbow Diet and Fat

The Rainbow Diet and sugar – common sugar is linked directly, or indirectly through insulin, to all manner of chronic illnesses like dementia, cancer, heart disease and diabetes. There are no added sugar or refined carbs in the Rainbow diet.

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The Rainbow Diet and fat – Be very clear: You need cholesterol and fat for good health. And while there’s good and there’s bad fat, research now shows that it's keeping the balance toward good fat is the important issue, along with cutting the carbs.

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The Rainbow Diet and Epigenetics The Rainbow Diet and Spices
The Rainbow Diet and Epigenetics The Rainbow Diet and Spices

Epigenetics is the study of changes in organisms caused by the modification of gene expression, rather than alteration of the core genetic code itself. Scientists believe such modifications are reversible.

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Many spices have wonderful health giving properties - For example, saffron, cumin, bay leaves, turmeric, coriander and ginger for starters.

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The Rainbow Diet and Pulses The Rainbow Diet and Alcohol
The Rainbow Diet and Pulses The Rainbow Diet and Alcohol

Pulses are high fibre, slow energy release foods. Back in 1900 we derived 30 per cent of our protein from pulses. We have forgotten their benefits.

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Alcohol is bad for you, right? Wrong. A modest dose of medicinal red wine strikes all the right health notes.

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The Rainbow Diet and Lifestyle The colourful Mediterranean Diet and Gluten
The Rainbow Diet and Lifestyle The colourful Mediterranean Diet and Gluten

Research shows that there are four major components to great health not merely diet, but exercise, non-smoking and even alcohol too.

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So, you think you should only eat gluten-free foods because you are intolerant to gluten - your gut bacteria might have something to say about this.

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The Rainbow Diet and Cows' Dairy The Rainbow Diet and Glutamine
The Rainbow Diet and Cows' Dairy The Rainbow Diet and Glutamine

Is all cows' dairy bad? Is goat's dairy better? And what of lactose intolerance? How does the Rainbow Diet help?

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The Rainbow Diet contains low levels of glutamine or glutamate - you would be wise to understand the benefits.

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The Rainbow Diet and Flaxseed The Rainbow Diet and Supplements
The Rainbow Diet and Flaxseed The Rainbow Diet and Supplements

So many people confuse the omega-3 in fish with the omega-3 in flaxseed. They are not the same and flaxseed has benefits of its own.

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If you have a great diet like the Rainbow Diet and live in the sun, you shouldn't need supplements. This is almost certainly true if a doctor has never come near you.

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The Rainbow Diet and Fibre The Rainbow Diet and Cholesterol
The Rainbow Diet and Fibre The Rainbow Diet and Cholesterol

People who eat a high natural fibre diet boost their immune systems the most; Why? Because they feed and grow the gut bacteria that protect them.

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There are natural statins in nature - phytosterols - and they do a great job in lowering bad cholesterol. There are also Mediterranean fruits like Bergamot. Who needs statins and their side-effects?

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The World's biggest ever Rainbow Lunch Mediterranean Diet significantly reduces the risk of cancer
The World's biggest ever Rainbow Lunch Mediterranean Diet significantly reduces the risk of cancer

We want you to be healthy. We want you to beat cancer (and actually all chronic illnesses) We want you to enjoy your food. And we want to raise money for CANCERactive.

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A Rainbow Diet reduces the risk of womb cancer by 57% according to a study in the BJM. Other studies show it reduces breast cancer and prostate cancer risks.

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The Mediterranean Diet and type-2 diabetes Pomegranates – an important phytotherapy in the Rainbow Diet
The Mediterranean Diet and type-2 diabetes Pomegranates – an important phytotherapy in the Rainbow Diet

Researchers clearly found that the colourful Mediterranean Diet was better that the standard low fat diet recommended for prevention of, or treatment of, Type-2 diabetes.

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Pomegranates aid longevity, reduce heart disease and strokes, reverse the build up of arterial plaque, and reduce blood sugar levels and cancer risk

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Adherence to Mediterranean Diet helps beat cancer The Mediterranean Diet and Weight Loss
Adherence to Mediterranean Diet helps beat cancer The Mediterranean Diet and Weight Loss

A meta-analysis involving over 30 studies and 1,784,404 people in all, has shown that a higher adherence to a colourful Mediterranean diet was associated with a significantly lowered risk of developing any cancer, but particularly colorectal, breast cancer, prostate cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, head and neck and even lung cancer.

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In a two-year trial, amongst over 340 moderately obese patients, those that adopted a high-fibre diet and had the highest ration of good fat to saturated fat levels, lost the most weight.

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Mediterranean diet better than statins at treating heart disease Mediterranean Diet would save 20,000 UK lives a year
Mediterranean diet better than statins at treating heart disease Mediterranean Diet would save 20,000 UK lives a year

Heart disease is far better treated with a Rainbow Diet than drugs according to new research. The more people adhered to a colourful Mediterranean Diet the less likely they were to die of heart disease. Results showed that followers were 37 per cent less likely to die, while statins reduced fatalities at best by just 24 per cent.

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‘The Rainbow Diet is as good for the heart as exercise’. So says a major new study by researchers from Cambridge University led by Dr. Nita Forouhi.

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Mediterranean Diet reduces protein build up and Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia risk
Mediterranean Diet reduces protein build up and Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia risk

Two research studies within a month seek to explain how Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia risks might be reduced by the Rainbow Diet.

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