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Becoming a non-smoker is without doubt one of the most powerful choices you can make to improve your health and reduce your risk of a wide range of serious, life-threatening health conditions including several cancers, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, emphysema and dementia.

There are many ways to go about giving up. The most effective approach by far for many people appears to be a combination of expert support and medications that reduce your cravings (either nicotine replacement therapy or medi...

For a long time we’ve heard that having too much salt in our diets is a bad thing - and rightly so, as a high salt intake is a significant risk factor for stomach cancer as well as one of the most powerful influences on blood pressure - and with it your cardiovascular and dementia risks.

Sodium

Salt is made up of two substances – sodium and chlorine - and it’s the sodium that can affect your blood pressure. This is because the sodium you eat affects how much water your kidneys extract from your bl...

Caffeine is a bitter substance derived from the leaves, fruit and seeds of various plants and acts as a natural pesticide against threatening insects.

Caffeine is of course found in high amounts in the seeds of the coffee plant and the leaves of the tea bush but it’s also commonly found in:

  • kola nuts – used to flavour cola drinks

  • guarana berries - which contain about twice the amount of caffeine as coffee beans

  • cacao pods – used to make chocolate products

The effects of caffeine on...

14 Mar 2016

You may have seen the news last week; a £3.5m campaign by Public Health England (PHE) named ‘One

You’ aimed at getting the British public to better understand how their daily lifestyle choices today are affecting their health and quality of life in the future.

“So what?” you may be thinking, “we hear that every day. Old news!”

Yup – we sure do. But this is significant because it is the first ever UK-wide campaign to address preventable disease in adults. The game is changing. The facts are stark –...

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