Mediterranean Diet

  • Rainbow Diet

    Processed food increases weight and obesity

    People eating whole foods eat less calories and lose weight, while people who eat processed food pack on the calories and weight, according to major research in Cell Metabolism (1). In the first controlled, randomized study to directly compare the differences in people’s calorie consumption and weight gain on an unprocessed food diet versus one that is ultra-processed, the results…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    Rainbow Diet voted Healthiest Diet

    For the second year in a row, the colourful Mediterranean Diet was voted the best diet overall for health out of a total of 41 diets by a panel of experts for US News; it was also voted the best plant-based diet (1). The expert panel included professors from most top Medical Centres such as the Yale University Prevention Research…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    What is the Mediterranean diet, or Rainbow Diet

    The colourful Mediterranean Diet is a totally natural diet used for thousands of years by a population that is both healthy and long- living; it is more than a diet, it is a way of life. Why do we call it the Rainbow Diet? Because there is no single Mediterranean Diet. It’s an American Research myth. The diet of a…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    The Rainbow Diet, weight loss and better health

    Most people who switch to the natural Mediterranean diet start to lose weight, because it increases hormones more usually found in intermittent fasting and also switches people from unhealthy refined carbs to filling whole foods and healthy oils like fish oil, extra virgin olive oil, nuts and seeds and avocados. The natural, healthy weight loss programme Cutting the calories and…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    Walnut consumption improves Breast cancer survival by altering genes!

    The consumption of just 2 ounces of walnuts a day for two weeks significantly changed gene expression and slowed growth in women with confirmed breast cancer. Walnuts slow cancer growth by changing genes in breast cancer The study (1) was part of a series of studies into breast cancer by Marshall University. In this study, women with breast cancer tumours…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    Mediterranean Diet alters microbiome to lower breast cancer risk

    Researchers from the Wake Forest School of Medicine have shown that a Mediterranean Diet increases the levels of Lactobacillus bacteria in breasts to levels normally found in healthy rather than malignant tissue. Previous research studies have shown that breast tissue has its own microbiome and that this differs between healthy breasts and those with cancer. Those with cancer have much,…

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  • Health issues

    High fibre diet reduces risk of death from chronic illness

    A meta-analysis of the health benefits of a high fibre diet has shown once again that a diet rich in grains, vegetables and fruit improves health and reduces risk of death from chronic illnesses such as cancer, stroke and heart disease. A team of researchers from the University of Otago, New Zealand and led by Dr. Andrew Reynolds of the…

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  • Health issues

    Heal Your Gut now – HUG it!

    There are 90 trillion bacteria in your gut microbiome –  but you only have 7 trillion cells yourself. They outnumber you 13 to 1. They have at least 75,000 genes, you have just 25,000. They ‘make’ three times more proteins, enzymes and messages than you make for yourself. They direct more ‘traffic’ than you do. You need them!! At any…

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  • Books

    THE RAINBOW DIET

    Here you can buy the original Rainbow Diet Book, constantly updated, it looks at the original 2005 theory, the research since then on this Lifestyle diet and the chronic illnesses it can positively affect, and how good oils, whole grains, nuts and seeds and polyphenols in fruit, herbs and vegetables combine to put you in the best of health. Go…

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    RAINBOW RECIPES

    Chris Woollams, author of the original Rainbow Diet, teamed up with Barbara Cox, the former Nutrichef – provider of healthy meals to homes around  the UK – to produce a recipe book that is true to the diet and lifestyle principles of the colourful Mediterranean diet – the Rainbow Diet. Rainbow Recipes is now in it’s second edition. Go Here:…

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