Lyn Engels

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'I may now be a four eyes, but I'm not the only one going blind'

Telegraph writer Joe Shute, who has just been given his first pair of glasses at the age of 30, may not like it, but he is part of a "short-sighted epidemic" now sweeping the world<p>Like most great revelations, it occurred late at night on a street corner. I was walking home - sober, I should add – …

Bruce Willis

How To Avoid Being Fooled By Health Claims: A Few Simple Rules

When it comes to health, every day can be April Fool’s Day. First we’re told to avoid meat and take vitamins. Now scientists are saying meat is okay and vitamin pills are useless and potentially bad for you. There are claims that you should eat dinner early to stay thin, others that you should eat …

Holistic Medicine

Flavor Innovation: Will Lean Proteins Take Over Restaurant Menus?

With obesity levels still high in America, it makes sense that most American consumers are starting to think about eating healthier. While the bad news is that more than two-thirds of Americans were overweight or obese in 2014, the good news is that nearly all consumers are trying to improve at …

Food

How To Get Started With a Quick & Easy Organic Garden

Organic Gardening

4 Foods That Burn Belly Fat

Research shows that our bodies' inner eat-and-sleep clocks have been thrown completely out of whack, thanks to cues we send it all day with the wrong foods. The result: You're caught in a "fat cycle": a constant flow of hunger hormones that makes your cravings almost irresistible. But if you tune …

15 Foods You Should Never Eat

The foods to eliminate from your diet now.<p>We know we should stay clear of hard-and-fast food but some foods can seriously mess with your health.<p>"It doesn't mean you'll get sick, get cancer, or die if you eat a dangerous food once," says Nneka Leiba, deputy director of research at the Environmental …