GI Restoration: How To Heal Your Gut (Part 3)

Conveniently download this 42-page Science Report. Contains links to extra reading materials and scientific references. Bloating, constipation, abdominal cramping, aches… up to a quarter of people worldwide are thought to suffer from gastrointestinal problems (Shivaji and Ford, 2014). Part 1 and Part 2 of this special Science Report series covered the first step of our…

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Get Free Video Training: Your Brain On Food

To eat or not to eat? And then what? Certain foods can sometimes be so difficult to resist… … even with the greatest willpower in the world, you can find yourself reaching for that succulent cake or sticky doughnut! You might think that your conscious brain is in complete control of the choices you make…

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Science Catch-up. Why Are Placebos Getting More Effective?

Welcome to our Thursday’s Science Catch-up: curated links by The Health Sciences Academy. Get our email updates every other Thursday here (it’s free). Let’s catch you up with studies and news that recently made the headlines! Click on your favourite topics to read our summary: 1. Why are placebos getting more effective? 2. What’s the…

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Taste Genomics 101: Are Your Food Preferences Genetic?

Conveniently download this 45-page Science Report. Contains links to extra reading materials and scientific references. Why do some people love Brussels sprouts, when others can’t stand their taste? Do you have a sweet tooth? Or prefer salty snacks? We all have favourite foods… and those we dislike. But how can one person’s food preferences be…

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Science Catch-up. World Health Organisation Reports Processed Meat as Carcinogenic

Welcome to our Thursday’s Science Catch-up: curated links by The Health Sciences Academy. Get our email updates every other Thursday here (it’s free). Let’s catch you up with studies and news that recently made the headlines! Click on your favourite topics to read our summary: 1. Let’s meet at Food Matters Live! 2. World Health…

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Join us at Food Matters Live 2015!

The Health Sciences Academy are presenting at Food Matters Live on 18 and 19 November 2015. Come and see us! It’s free for you to attend. For information and to register, click here.  

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Neuroscience 101: Can Food Make You Smarter?

Conveniently download this 47-page Science Report. Contains links to extra reading materials and scientific references. Learning something new. Making the right business decision. Building a complex nutritional plan. All these tasks have something in common: they require a sharp brain. Your success in these activities can be influenced by how smart you are. Genetics may…

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Science Catch-up. Sat Fat Debate: ‘Butter Is Not Back’

Welcome to our Thursday’s Science Catch-up: curated links by The Health Sciences Academy. Get our email updates every other Thursday here (it’s free). Let’s catch you up with studies and news that recently made the headlines! Click on your favourite topics to read our summary: 1. Probiotics may reduce fat gain during a high-fat, high-calorie…

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Does Fat Really Make You Full?

Conveniently download this 62-page Science Report. Contains links to extra reading materials and scientific references. The internet is awash with vague claims that “fat fills you up more than other foods”, and that we should all switch to a high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet. But more often than not, little scientific evidence is provided to back up…

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Science Catch-up. Study Highlights Which Fruits and Vegetables Can Aid Weight Loss

Welcome to our Thursday’s Science Catch-up: curated links by The Health Sciences Academy. Get our email updates every other Thursday here (it’s free). Let’s catch you up with studies and news that recently made the headlines! Click on your favourite topics to read our summary: 1. Study highlights which fruits and vegetables can aid weight…

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