A new review, conducted by the Imperial College London, has looked at whether swapping regular drinks for a diet soft drink does in fact help you to lose weight. Their findings argue that there is "no solid evidence" that low-calorie sweeteners are any better for weight-loss than full sugar drinks.
A new study warns that fatty foods can stunt the development of children's brains, thus increasing the risk of them developing Alzheimer's or a mental illness when they are older.
Patrick Holford is holding a series of seminars entitled 'Five Keys to Connection' at various locations across the United Kingdom in September and October this year.
Doctors in England and Wales are being urged to prescribe exercise as a means of combating the obesity epidemic, and so help to save lives. The Local Government Association (LGA) believes that GPs should give patients physical activity goals to encourage them to be more active.
A recent programme on BBC2, and available on BBC iPlayer, tells the story of two brothers who helped their father to reverse his diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes.