Low Glycaemic Index (GI) foods and pregnancy

Women who switch to a low GI diet during pregnancy reduce their chances of excessive weight gain by up to 20%.

18/09/2012   by Barbara Whelan  

Parents’ influence on their children’s food preferences

New research sheds light on how parents can positively influence the foods their young children like.

10/09/2012   by Barbara Whelan  

Shift work and health

Shift workers can be at a higher risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, digestive problems, sleep disorders, depression and vitamin D deficiency than those who work standard hours.

10/09/2012   by Barbara Whelan  

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