Until there is solid evidence that burning your toast, cleaning your teeth, and having some gravy-drowned roast potatoes with your Sunday dinner causes cancer, I suggest you take these articles (and any others with equally tenuous links) with a pinch of salt and carry on living your life. Life is short - make sure you live it, don't just survive it.
Ten years after tackling the dire state of Britain's school dinners, Jamie Oliver is back on the campaign trail! In Jamie's powerful, one-off documentary, 'Sugar Rush', he investigated the huge contribution sugar is making to rising global health problems. Check out how many 'healthy' foods are actually sugar-laden and can be damaging to our health...
Spirulina has been knocking around on the planet for a long time, but it's only recently become a staple superfood in pantries
Unless you camp out in the aisles of an organic supermarket or are married to a nutritionist, chances are you've never heard
Just as the Academy Awards celebrate 'superstars', nutritionists and health enthusiasts everywhere celebrate 'superfoods' - those stars of the food world that are packed with nutritional value. The latest addition to superfood status is a national British breakfast favourite - oats.
Kale in a cupcake? Before you start backing out of the room, remember that carrot cake doesn't cause concern and there was a time when your smoothies were any colour but green.
Kale is more than just a nutritional "superfood." It comes from a long line of plant healers and if the drug approval agencies get their act together, they could approve this as a viable medicine. Newly emerging literature now shows it may be of value in the treatment of cancer, elevated blood lipids, glaucoma, and various forms of chemical poisoning.
A superfood broccoli developed by British scientists retunes metabolism to combat the effects of ageing, research has shown
Known as the 'mother grain' for its balanced nutritional value, it has a high quality protein, high fibre content, minerals and plenty of vitamins. If compared to other similar grains in its category, then quinoa wins hands down; its power is impressive.
Although some experts are touting ‘sour cherries’ as the next superfruit, is it really time to begin rolling out pastry for