So can I eat sunscreen? Of course not. You can’t eat any sunscreen that you’ve bought. However there are a lot of strategies that include eating foods, which can protect your skin.
A friend’s daughter was wanting to swap a predominantly meat-based diet to completely plant-based diet. Since I had always followed a plant-based diet and learnt traditional culinary practices of soaking lentils and almonds, avoiding tea or coffee just before or after a meal to name a few, I set off to explore the science behind the culinary ‘Do’s’ and ‘Don’ts’.
We talk a lot about PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), its causes, impacts and management. But let us for once flip it and talk about post-traumatic growth (PTG).
We’re looking at the issue of diet and nutrition. Eating healthy, real food and avoiding processed foods is one of the key ways we can improve our health. Globally, millions of people die every year because of poor diet.
Epigenetics is the study of how our behaviours and environment can trigger changes that affect the way our genes work. Unlike genetic changes, epigenetic changes are reversible and do not change our DNA sequence, they can change how our body reads a DNA sequence.