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Itchy fluid filled blisters – hands and feet or dyshidrotic eczema, pompholyx, what may get rid of it

Dyshidrotic eczema or Pompholyx is a form of eczema that occurs on hands and feet. It can also be called Cheiropompholyx Dyshidrosis Foot-and-hand eczema Pompholyx Vesicular eczema Palmoplantar eczema This is a fairly common form of eczema that causes small, intensely itchy blisters on the edges of the fingers, toes, palms, and soles of the […]

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Paleo a fad diet? Not so fast: Paleo diet clinical studies

Clinical Studies Lindeberg S, et al. A Palaeolithic diet improves glucose tolerance more than a Mediterranean-like diet in individuals with ischaemic heart disease. Diabetologia, 2007. Osterdahl M, et al. Effects of a short-term intervention with a paleolithic diet in healthy volunteers. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2008. Jonsson T, et al. Beneficial effects of a […]

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Paleo or low carb recipe: Sweet and sour fishcakes with konjac noodles

This is one of my favourite fish recipes. It takes about 1/2 hour to make and is an absolutely delicious combination of fish, coriander, chilli and noodles in a sweet and sour sauce. This recipe is one from Ray McVinnie a New Zealand chef. The only difference between my version is that I use a […]

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When we argue about vegan or paleo, ultra-processed foods get ignored

Ultra processed food. The same three ingredients a thousand different ways. While we discuss / argue about whether we should eat meat or not, whether paleo or plant based is best, attention is diverted from the primary culprit in today’s health catastrophe, ultra-processed food. Think about a typical day’s food for many people: Breakfast – […]

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Examine Research Digest (ERD) Julianne Taylor interview

The ERD (Examine.com Research Digest) is a must have for anyone who takes their nutrition seriously. Every month, they tackle 6-8 recent nutrition/supplement studies. Their team of qualified (e.g. they might have a PhD in Nutrition Science) analyzes them. This from Examine.com: The Research Digest is a peer reviewed monthly report of the most important […]

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Paleo and Beyond Nutrition Seminar – 17 July 1- 3.30 pm Auckland

New Paleo and Beyond seminar scheduled. I’ve been researching and updating this seminar – did you know most of our health problems have escalated in just the last 50 years? Obesity, type 2 diabetes, auto-immune disease, inflammatory gut diseases and IBS. What I do in my latest seminar is look at everything that has changed […]

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