Food As Medicine is a documentary film that follows the growing movement of using food to heal chronic illness and disease. Seeking dietary assistance? Call 077 733 7430 and we will connect you to the best dieticians and nutritionists who could assist your specific goals.
Nina Teicholz demystifies the truth about vegetable oils… Seeking dietary assistance? Call 077 733 7430 and we will connect you to the best dieticians and nutritionists who could assist your specific goals.
We have shared a few videos on diet and mood last month and also via our blog article titled “Taking Care of Your Mental Health.” Psychiatrist Dr. Tracey Marks in this video draws attention to more science linking diet, inflammation and depression and how you can use food to up-regulate your mood: Got questions on
Original article published on TheMorning.lk by Naveed Rozais With health and wellbeing at the top of our minds in the midst of the third wave of Covid-19 infections hitting Sri Lanka, independent health and fitness startup Workout.lk hosted an expert masterclass on 20 June that focused on a vastly overlooked aspect of health – one
Professor Felice Jacka discusses her ground-breaking research into the link between food and our mental health, and why lifestyle medicine should be the starting point for many mental health conditions and why there is an urgent need to train medical practitioners to give such lifestyle advice. Also learn the important role of the gut microbiome,
On this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Mark Hyman gives detailed advice on improving the diet, talks about what it means to say that food is information, and discusses the connection between the body, mind, gut and brain:
Dr. David Perlmutter is a Board-Certified Neurologist and the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Grain Brain. In this episode of Health Theory, he and host Tom Bilyeu discuss the important health metrics to pay attention to, how lifestyle affects health, and the importance of connection… We tend to think of Type 2
It is found that when food is laid before them, people eat first with their eyes, eagerly searching for colour and variation on the plate, secondly with the nose searching for familiar smells and also the wonderful aromas that come from the addition of spices and herbs, and lastly taste with the mouth. So what
It’s a new year and many of us are planning to cut off sugar as a part of healthy resolutions. Here’s some great tips on What I’ve Learned channel: Wondering why sugar is so bad, and how eliminating sugar could be the best dietary change you can do this year? Read our blog post here.
Do we really need to continue drinking milk for Calcium? Here’s science debunking another age old myth: