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Many people associate protein powders with body builders or hardcore athletes, so dismiss them. It can also be a bit of a minefield choosing a good one, as there are a lot of junky protein powders out there. So is it a good idea to use protein powders?
I find myself increasingly interested in many aspects of healthy ageing. If you look at my twitter posts you will see that this issue features quite regularly. Without even realising it I find myself drawn to reading all sorts of articles on the subject - I guess I have hit that age where these things start to matter.
I think that lack of time is one of the biggest blocks to healthy eating. I hear it time and time again in my clinic and can suffer from that a bit myself. When people have time they can ‘be good’, when they don’t it all goes wrong. So what is needed are some quick fixes for healthy fast food
I saw a great programme this week from the BBC – “How to Stay Young”. They investigate all sorts of experiments and research from across the world to see what we can do to support a healthy ageing process. One of the thing they highlighted was the possible connection between the centenarians of Okinawa and the purple sweet potatoes that they eat