Salute to Solanum lycopersicum.

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I love tomatoes. They are, hands-down, one of my favourite foods (along with beetroot). I still remember the best one I ever ate at a crummy guesthouse at the base of Mt Sinai some 20 years ago. The bench-mark of … Read More

What’s the deal with wheat?

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Gosh, this is a rather large and somewhat controversial topic indeed. People often ask, “Should I eat wheat?” To grain or not to grain, that is the question. Wheat has played an extremely important role in the history of humans. … Read More

Have you heard of this chemical?

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It seems more and more people are being diganosed with Coeliac (or Celiac, if you’re from the US) disease, gluten intolerance and auto-immune conditions. Have you ever wondered why? Well, I have and I think  you might find this interesting. … Read More

Benefits of Massage

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Have you been in for a massage yet? I asked Georgia, one of our three highly experienced therapists, to give me a list of the benefits of getting a regular massage. This is what she came up with. General wellbeing: … Read More

Antibiotics – good or bad?

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In 1928 Alexander Fleming accidently discovered the antibiotic, Penicillin, after leaving his lab a little messy and going on holidays! How cool is that? To quote the great man, “When I woke up just after dawn on September 28, 1928, … Read More

Is this the new smoking?

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We interrupt our usual gut chat to for some breaking news. Please be up standing for the latest research into what’s going to ‘get us’. It’s your chair. Yes, that’s right, your chair is out to get you! Researchers have … Read More

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