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  • ArticlesFor the sixth consecutive year the Rainbow Diet has been voted the healthiest diet in the world, and also the healthiest plant-based diet, by professors, dieticians, nutritionists and health experts brought together by US Today.

    Live healthy, longer, with the Colourful Mediterranean diet

    For the seventh consecutive year our Rainbow Diet has been voted the healthiest diet in the world, and also the healthiest plant-based diet, by professors, dieticians, nutritionists and health experts brought together by US News. The Healthiest Diet in the World In 2005, Oxford Biochemist, Chris Woollams wrote the first book in the world about the colorful Mediterranean diet, calling…

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  • Chris Woollams Health WatchSIBO, Bacterial, IBS, gut, bloating, gas, Hashimoto’s, Thyroid, Doctors, motility, stomach acid, healthy, Lactic Acid bacteria, Butyrate, Saccharomyces boulardii, Streptococcus thermophilus, Enteric Nervous System, (ENS), Brain in the Gut

    How ‘experts’ get SIBO wrong

    Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), where an excess of bacteria and yeasts inhabit the small intestine, is far more common than people think and often confused with IBS and gut lining damage when its prime causes are lack of acidity and gut motility. The Symptoms of SIBO These include bloating, gas, a sudden change to either diarrhoea or constipation and…

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  • Rainbow DietBrain, cells, Healthy, Hippocampus, Mediterranean Diet, exercise, Dr. Sandrine Thuret, Professor, NSCs, Ted Talk,

    You can grow brain cells and be brighter, longer

    Healthy ageing and the production of new neurons in your Hippocampus is linked to exercise, and foods common in the Mediterranean Diet. It has long been thought that you could not grow new nerve or brain cells once you reached a certain age, and that issues such as depression may have led to irreversible damage. None of this now turns…

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  • Rainbow DietThe Rainbow Diet, Mediterranean Diet, MD, Health, Healthy, Good food, women, chronic illness, Boston Nurses, Study, cognitive, physical function, mental health

    The Mediterranean diet and heathier ageing in women

    Greater adherence to the Mediterranean Diet in mid-life results in a 46% increase in healthier ageing amongst women in terms of reaching 70 years of age and being free of chronic illness. Analysing the dietary data of 10,670 women in the Boston Nurses Study, using dietary data from both 1984 and 1986, those women who adhered most closely to the…

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  • Rainbow DietThe Rainbow Diet, Mediterranean Diet, MD, Cognitive function, Health, Healthy, Good food, men, The Health Professionals

    Mediterranean Diet and greater cognitive function

    Long-term adherence to a Mediterranean diet is linked to a significantly improved cognitive function in men from The Health Professionals’ Follow-up study. The Study, involved 51,529 men, 40–75 years of age when enrolled in 1986, of whom 27,842 were included in the primary analysis. The use of a Mediterranean diet (MD) was taken from a mean of five food frequency…

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  • Icon MagazinesIcon Volume 11 Issue 3, Integrative Cancer, Oncology News, Book, Healthy, Cancer, Diet, Exercise, Repurposed drugs, Polyphenols, Stress, Mediterranean food, Mediterranean diet, Supplements, CANCERactive

    Icon Volume 11 Issue 3

    Find out how to get your copy HERE. IMPORTANT HEALTH WARNING No products should be considered as treatments or cures for Cancer. Although it is very unlikely that your doctor or oncologist has any in-depth knowledge of natural compounds and herbs and their benefits or any side-effects, you should always seek qualified medical opinion for any contra indications with the drugs…

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