Eat

Welcome to the Eat section.

Here you can find all the posts about what we can eat (food and supplements) that may be able to help improve our health.

  • Proteolytic Enzymes March 21, 2018 This post will look at proteolytic enzymes and ask what they can do for us. The last post looked into a newly discovered, high cholesterol level. I didn’t ask for it but have been given a set of numbers to consider (I don’t do enough cardiovascular exercise). I think this is where I might see changes ...
  • High Cholesterol… Says Who? February 26, 2018 High cholesterol… according to what measure? Don’t leave before you read the last few lines! My lipid profile was checked when I was going in for other blood tests at the doctors. The GP surgery pointed me to a website to read as I had ‘high cholesterol’. My level could be considered borderline high according to ...
  • Adaptive Stress deserves exploration and Three is my Magic Number. January 17, 2018 Adaptive stress can make or break us. Today, we’ll look at 3 low cost strategies to better deal with adaptive stress. I believe these 3 strategies help me look younger than I am. I aim to do them at least a few times a week . Recently, I was visited by a physiotherapist who specialises in ...
  • Continuous Improvement May 10, 2017 Continuous Improvement mostly doesn’t involve chocolate! Marginal Gains help us to reach similar actions of an industrial engineering expert writing in Linkedin. He talks about the squeeze on profits from multiple directions in the modern commercial world. Dave Harnett highlights the need for continuous, enterprise-wide improvements to shave spending here and there and protect the company’s bottom line in ...
  • Pleiotropic… what? December 20, 2015 Pleiotropic, this word explains why the posts on this site are a little scattered and not yet bundled into nice easy sections. It’s not just because my brain hasn’t felt sharp enough to turn on a concise, subject dividing sixpence recently! Also, life isn’t neat and tidy: Everything is interconnected! what does pleiotropic mean? Dr Tom O Bryan defined ...