Posts Tagged ‘diet’

Bread of Life

Jesus said in John 6:35: “I am the Bread of Life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger and he who believes in Me shall never thirst.” He affirms this again in verse 45. Throughout my time in the Fit For Life Forever ministry I have observed time and time again a link between…

Glycaemic Index / Glycaemic Load

There are so many ‘fad’ diets around these days that when one that actually makes some sense comes around it can be difficult to spot. So when the Low GI, rapidly followed by the Low GL diet, became all the rave a few years ago, it was all too easy to view it with a…


Eggs have been the subject of quite some controversy in the last decade or two. Originally celebrated as almost a superfood, they then had a tough time in the media for a while because of their cholesterol content. Now opinion is swinging back the other way and they have essentially achieved superfood status again, a…


June brings with it one of our great national institutions, the spectacle that is the Wimbledon tennis tournament. It raises countless mental images and emotions, and the annual furore around the subject of a possible British champion (the English have long since given up on the ideal of an English winner and graciously resigned themselves…

Chocolate – Is It All Bad?

There are so many food based traditions associated with the changing seasons in the UK. It goes without saying that the original and best is the Christmas turkey, and most of us associate the great British summer with sausages and burgers sizzling on a BBQ, or in most cases, grill in the kitchen because of…

Anyone for Curry???

Have you ever considered exactly what your perfect world would be like? I am not asking about the whole nation turning back to God, world peace, the end of poverty and the eradication of childhood disease as most of us would wish for those. I mean YOUR perfect world, a world in which things work…

A Little Of What You Fancy Sometimes Does You No Good!

Trans Fats Life is rarely a black and white affair, and one of the requirements of a job working with people is the ability to deal with shades of grey most of the time. The answer to most questions I get asked is ‘it depends’, the only variations being on what and to what extent,…

Very Low Calorie Diets And Diabetes

Most of us know that losing weight by conventional diet and exercise plans is difficult, and just as many of us know that keeping that weight off in the long term through diet and exercise alone is almost impossible. This is not a new concept – about fifty years ago a Dr Stunkard who was…

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