Guest blogs

healthy cognition

Can eating the rainbow support healthy cognition?

In this blog, Clinical Neuroscientist Miguel Toribio-Mateas discusses the benefits of a diet full of colour for healthy cognition and ...
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Resilient foods

Top foods for a resilient brain and healthy gut

In this blog, Clinical Neuroscientist Miguel Toribio-Mateas discusses how certain super-concentrated sources of nutrients can help you be the most ...
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vitamin D and CVID-19

The role of vitamin D and COVID-19 – the latest research (part 2)

This in-depth and highly researched article by Eshani King, a researcher in immunology and health, follows on from her first ...
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low back pain

Psychosocial symptoms, chronic low back pain and inflammation | By Kieran MacPhail

Since the turn of the century there has been an increased awareness of psychosocial symptoms in chronic low back pain ...
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Time restricted

Time-restricted eating – what is the ideal eating window? | By Jeannette Hyde  

Will you lose weight and be healthier if you eat in a 12, 10 or 8- hour window of time ...
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Perfectionism

The perils of perfection

Bev Alderson, through her business Practically Balanced, works with individuals, groups and workplaces, wanting to take a more positive and ...
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Mediterranean diet

The stability of the gut microbiome part 2: Western vs Mediterranean diets and your gut microbiota

Different dietary patterns are associated with different microbiota composition profiles. Microbiota composition analyses of Western diets tend to report narrower ...
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gut microbiome balance

The stability of the gut microbiome (part 1)

In this fully referenced blog series on the human microbiome, our expert Miguel Toribio-Mateas discusses why the stability of our ...
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