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The Value of Soya In Men’s Health

While there is much focus and well-substantiated research illustrating how soya plays a very important and essential role in women’s health, it must also be remembered that the scientific literature shows many benefits of the inclusion of SOY into MEN’S…Read More

Dietary Management for Gluten, Wheat and Cow’s Milk Allergies

Many people suffer from Food Allergies and Intolerances.  Some common food allergens are: Gluten Wheat Cow’s milk Dairy Here we cover the description and dietary management of each of these, including alternative food options and a sample menu.

Food Allergies Explained

ADVERSE REACTIONS TO FOOD are classified as being either TOXIC or NON-TOXIC. TOXIC Reactions occur when there is Food Poisoning. NON-TOXIC REACTIONS are either: IMMUNE MEDIATED = FOOD ALLERGY    OR NON IMMUNE MEDIATED = FOOD INTOLERANCE

Sample menu for a Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free diet

Many people suffer from Food Allergies and Intolerances.  It appears that Gluten and Dairy may be 2 of the most common.  Get a sample menu for these allergies.

The Value of Soya for Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a condition of “porous bones”, whereby the density and quality of skeletal bones is reduced. This results in a weakness of skeleton and an increased risk of fractures. Women are ten times more likely to suffer from osteoporosis…Read More

The Value of Soya in Women’s Health

Women today face many challenges throughout all the phases of their lifecycles, not least of all making and managing time to care for themselves. Specific life-cycle phases can pose specific health challenges if not supported with correct nutrition and good…Read More

Soy Granola Bars

Scrumptious Soy Granola Bars

Soya in Sports Nutrition: Using Soya Life Products

The research into using soy protein in sports nutrition has positive results. Soy enhances athletic performance. The isoflavones found in soy protein produce antioxidant effects, which speed recovery and reduce muscle soreness and inflammation. Soy protein has been shown to…Read More

The Value of Soya in Sports Nutrition

Soy protein, extracted from the annual leguminous soybean plant that has been in the food chain for over 5,000 years, is the only plant-based protein considered to be a high-quality protein, containing all of the essential amino acids in the…Read More

Planning Soya into a balanced diet: Part 2

Use foods that have a Low Glycaemic Index (low GI) The GI refers to CARBOHYDRATE FOODS and is an indication of the RATE at which a specific carbohydrate food affects blood glucose levels after eating that food, compared with pure…Read More

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