I have just read what is in my view a fairly ignorant piece by Merryn Somerset Webb, editor in chief of Moneyweek. It’s here. Her view, also expressed on Twitter, is that coeliacs should no more get gluten-free food on… Read more
“There is no such thing as an unhealthy food, only an unhealthy diet.” I read this recently on Twitter, but it’s a regularly repeated statement in matters health and nutrition. It’s a variation, of course, on the “there are no… Read more
Today was probably the first day where I felt that I wasn’t doing anything out of the ordinary: the GF diet had just been a part of my day today like sleeping and breathing and bathing and writing. I just… Read more
Following on from my post this week, Food exclusion: a dangerous game, about why experimental food exclusion or elimination could cause you unwanted problems, even if it does make you feel better, I’d like to expand a little on the… Read more
I keep coming across people – in person, on chat forums, word-of-mouth friends of friends – who are excluding foods from their diets experimentally. Some seem to be just having a go to see whether they feel better, perhaps because… Read more
I suppose we should perhaps be grateful that the Daily Mail didn’t claim that bread causes or cures cancer yesterday, but the news here that giving up bread ‘can make you fat’ and that ‘gluten is good for you’ nevertheless… Read more
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