Stop adding sugar to food and drink.
Limit drinking to no more than two drinks on no more than three days of the week.
Eat fruit, don’t drink it…
Issue 1 | Volume 2 | January 2020 In this issue: This month, Cliff presents introductory articles on whether detox diets really work, and how to support your body’s own detox systems. This months research reviews focus on the human health effects of bisphenols (i.e. BPA) from plastics, and the health implications of the common herbicide glyphosate (Roundup). Featured article The Impact of Plasticisers on Human Health Bisphenol chemicals from plastics are found in increasing levels in our food, water, and beverages, and are common in many of the products we use daily. In this article, Cliff Harvey PhD thoroughly reviews the scientific evidence on the human health implications of bisphenols, BPA, BPAF, BPF, and BPS. Read the article here Articles The Impact of Glyphosate on Human Health Glyphosate or ‘Roundup’ is a common herbicide used in horticulture, agriculture, and around the home. Exposure to this chemical is rising and yet, there is considerable debate around whether glyphosate is toxic or innocuous to humans. In this article, Cliff delves into the analyses of the published research to look deeper into the human health implications of glyphosate. Read the article here Detox Diets – BS or Legit? and How to Support the Body’s Detox Systems In this two-part series, Cliff asks the questions: Do detox diets really work?How can you support your body’s natural detox processes? Read Part 1 Read Part 2 Members download the full review below:
Have a fun-filled, powerful adventure next time you plan to have a treat meal
In part two of the detox series, Cliff Harvey PhD delves into some of the simple ways that we might support innate detox pathways.
If you do ‘most things right, most of the time’ you will get optimal results.
In the first part of a two part series on detox, Cliff Harvey PhD looks at the evidence to answer the question, ‘Do Detox Diets Really Work’?
Cliff chats with James Walsham on his Hypertrophy Hub Podcast about keto, calories, and so much more!
Remove all the junk food from your fridge and pantry and replace it with healthy, nutritious food
Breathe and relax. Allow yourself to truly taste and enjoy your food
Issue 7 | Volume 1 | December 2019 In this issue: This month, we have another massive review! This time, Cliff thoroughly reviews the research to help you discover the true, evidence-backed benefits of fasting. We also have a simple, ‘how to’ guide to applying fasting and a review of a recent groundbreaking study on fasting, autophagy, and inflammation. Feature article All You Need to Know About Fasting Fasting has been used for millennia for the improvement of physical, mental, and spiritual health but the benefits have largely been researched only in the past few decades. In this article, Cliff Harvey PhD thoroughly reviews the scientific evidence to help you answer the question “should I fast for health and performance?” Read the article here Articles How to fast Find out answers to the most common fasting questions such as: How long should I fast?When should I fast?What ‘type’ of fasting should I do?How can I adapt fasting to suit me and my goals? Read the article here In the Literature Fasting, inflammation, and autophagy A recent study was conducted in both humans and animals to identify the mechanisms by which fasting helps to reduce and modify inflammation. In this article, Cliff Harvey PhD explains the study and its implications for health. Read the article here Members download the full review below:
A recent study sheds light on the mechanisms by which fasting reduces and modifies inflammation. In this article, Cliff reviews and explains the implications of the study.
Find out how to modify fasting timing and length to meet your goals.
Fasting has been used for physical, mental, and spiritual health for millennia but it has only recently undergone more scientific scrutiny. Find out in the BIG review, what the science has to say about the benefits of fasting.
Protein is the base of a nutritious meal, and smoothies make an easy, quick and nutritious option.
Lunch can be the most difficult meal to ‘get right’ consistently.
In the modern WORLD, we eat while distracted—working, watching television—even though this is far from ideal for digestion and absorption of nutrients, and for reducing stress.
Both Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) and lemon juice are time-honoured naturopathic remedies to promote digestion and improve the natural processes of detoxification in the liver.
Issue 6 | Volume 1 | November 2019 In this issue: This month, we have a massive review of the evidence-backed complementary treatments for candida overgrowth. Find out what candida is, how it can progress to candidiasis, and what natural treatments have shown evidence for its treatment. We also have some great articles on protein and sugar cravings, high-fat diets and the brain, and the effects of omega-3 fats on gut-health. Feature article All You Need to Know About Treating Candida, Naturally Candida is poorly understood and candida overgrowth can be over-diagnosed in alternative health circles…on the other hand, it can be a major problem, especially for people with immune dysfunction and can result in symptoms ranging from annoying to life-threatening. In this article, Cliff Harvey PhD delves into the research to find the evidence for various natural treatment strategies for candida, from diet through to herbal medicine, and supplementation. Read the article here Articles Does Protein Reduce Sugar Cravings It’s commonly suggested that increased protein in the diet reduces cravings. But does this claim stack up? So, does increasing protein intake reduce cravings, especially for sugar? Find out in this month’s article. Read the article here Can Omega-3 Fats Treat Dysbiosis? What does the evidence say about the use of omega-3 fats, particularly those from fish oil, for gut-health? Do omega-3 fats improve gut-health by, in turn, improving the gut microbiome? Read the article here In the Literature Do High-Fat Diets Increase Inflammation in the Brain? There is debate…