What is Food? Part IV: A Potential Source of Toxins

Image: FreeDigitalPhotos.net In the previous posts we established that human beings survive by consuming other living organisms to provide energy

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What is Food? Part I: There is no such thing as food

The past couple of posts have been looking at the problems with nutritional science in general, and issues with the

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Diet Debate: The Problems with Paleo Science, and Why it Matters…

The previous post was concerned with the problems with nutritional science in general. In this instalment, I plan to look

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Diet Debate: Is Paleo the New Vegetarianism? Did We Learn Anything?

WARNING: This post contains little science, but lots of speculation and sarcasm. If you are easily offended (i.e. a Vegetarian/Vegan/Fundamentalist

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Is attitude equally as important as activity?

I spotted this study on Chris Highcock’s (author of Hillfit) conditioning research blog the other day and found it very

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Terri filming existing running form from the side

Efficient Running Seminar with Teri from Pure Running hosted by Primal Fitness

Yesterday I went along to a running seminar conducted by Teri Knight from Pure-Running hosted by Primal Fitness in Manchester.

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Why you should be Pro-Biotic: Part VI – You are what eats what you eat…Or someone else’s poo?

Over the last five posts, we’ve covered the importance of the microbiome to health through its role in digestion and

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