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Folate and folic acid are nutrients required for many critical functions in the body. Unfortunately, many who have a genetic MTHFR mutation are unable to utilise these nutrients properly. L-Methylfolate (5-MTHF) has emerged as a popular alternative, and has  been used as a complementary medicine in several recent clinical  trials. This article covers what you need to know about it, but explained in human terms. #dietitian #nutritionist #nutrition

L-Methylfolate (5-MTHF): Your Must-Read Beginner’s Guide | Diet vs Disease

L-Methylfolate (5-MTHF) has emerged as a popular alternative to folic acid. This article covers what you need to know, but explained in human terms.

The number of Americans with Alzheimer’s disease will reach a staggering 14 million by 2050. Certain factors contribute to risk, including lifestyle, diet and genetics… In particular a genetic variant known as APOE4. This article attempts to explain the link between diet, the APOE4 gene and Alzheimer’s in plain English. #dietitian #nutritionist #nutrition #health

APOE4, Diet and Alzheimer’s Disease: Explained in Human Terms

A genetic variant known as APOE4 contributes to Alzheimer's disease risk. This article attempts to explain the link in plain English.

Armour Thyroid and Synthroid are medications used to treat hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid). Synthroid is the most commonly prescribed, however some claim Armour Thyroid produces better results. So, which is the best treatment for you? This article looks at the evidence for both to help you decide. #dietitian #nutrition #health

Armour Thyroid vs. Synthroid: An Unbiased Look at The Evidence | Diet vs Disease

Armour Thyroid and Synthroid are medications used to treat hypothyroidism. This article looks at which is the best treatment for you, based on the evidence.

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a small or microdose of the drug Naltrexone. Over the past few years it has become very popular due to its supposed anti-inflammatory and anti-pain effects. This article explains what LDN is, how it works and who could consider using it. #dietitian #nutrition #diet

Low Dose Naltrexone: Splitting Fact From Fiction | Diet vs Disease

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has become very popular due to its reported anti-inflammatory and anti-pain effects. This article looks at who should consider it.

HbA1c is a marker used to measure long-term blood sugar (glucose) levels. Those with type 1 or type 2 diabetes may have seen it before, but what is a normal HbA1c range? This article explores what your HbA1c reading should be and how you can improve it. #bloodsugar #diabetes #nutrition #dietitian

HbA1c and The “Normal” HbA1c Range: Explained For Newbies | Diet vs Disease

HbA1c is a marker used to measure long-term blood sugar (glucose) levels. This article explores what a normal HbA1c range is and how you can improve yours.

Psoriasis is complex to treat. In fact, Physician Paul Bechet once said it’s “the antidote to a dermatologist’s ego”.It’s an autoimmune disease that causes chronic pain and itching that can severely impact on quality of life. Many foods and supplements are rumored to help with psoriasis treatment. But does research support these claims? This article examines the evidence surrounding the relationship between diet and psoriasis. #dietitian #nutritionist #nutrition #psoriasis

Psoriasis Treatment: Does Your Diet Matter? | Diet vs Disease

Is there a diet or particular food that help with psoriasis treatment? This article is a sales-free look at the current evidence.

MTHFR mutations are well-known genetic variations that can impact folate metabolism. But there is a lot of confusion whether we should eat more or less folate. This short article explains it in human terms. #dietitian #nutritionist #nutrition

MTHFR, Folic Acid and Folate: Should I Eat It?

MTHFR mutations can impact folate metabolism. But there is confusion whether we should eat more or less folate. This short article explains it.

Maintaining low blood sugar levels can be difficult for diabetic patients. While a low carb diet appears to be useful on the whole, there are also many foods shown to help. Either by lowering blood sugars and/or improving insulin sensitivity. This articles looks at 10 of the best foods and supplements for lowering blood sugars, based on current research. #nutrition #nutritionist #nutritiontips #diabetes #diabetic

10 Foods That Lower Blood Sugars In Diabetics

This articles looks at 10 of the best foods and supplements to lower blood sugars in diabetics, based on current research.

There’s a lot of information online about hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s disease. Some of it is accurate and unbiased… but most isn’t. This guide summarises the best recommendations from both science-based and alternative medicine, all in one place. #dietitian #nutrition #diet

Hashimoto's Disease: Your Guide For Living With Hypothyroidism

This guide summarises the best recommendations for Hashimoto's Disease and Hypothyroidism from both science-based and alternative medicine.

Honey is an all-natural food nicknamed Nature’s Sweetener. Humans have likely been eating it for tens, if not hundreds of thousands of years. And not only for its sweet flavour, but for its medicinal properties too. Sounds like something we should be eating more of right? #diabetics #diabetes #nutritionist #nutrition

Can Diabetics Eat Honey? The Research Will Surprise You

Studies show that honey can be beneficial for our health, particularly metabolic health. But honey is essentially sugar, so can diabetics eat honey?

Fruits are the perfect snack. They are loaded with nutrients and fiber, relatively low in calories, and easy to bring to work. However, they do contain naturally occurring sugars, sometimes in large amounts. This can be a concern for those who struggle to manage  their blood sugars. This article takes a science-based look at the most suitable fruits for diabetics. #diabetes #diabetics #health #nutrition

7 of the Best Fruits for Diabetics (Based On Sugar and Nutrients)

Fruits are delicious, but can be high in sugar. This article takes a science-based look at the most suitable fruits for diabetics

Many diet-related conditions rely on medication. But the primary treatment for type 2 diabetes is diet and lifestyle change. There is growing evidence a low-carb diet may be a useful alternative to conventional diet advice. In fact, it may even be better. This article provides a transparent look at the best evidence available, and whether you should consider it. #diabetes #nutrition #nutritionist #health #healthtips

Low-Carb Diet For Diabetes: Should You Try It?

There is growing evidence a low-carb diet may be useful for diabetes. This article looks at the best evidence available, and whether you should consider it.

All humans have certain genetic variations or “mutations” that can influence our health. One of the more well-studied variations is known as an MTHFR mutation; more specifically MTHFR C677T and A1298C. Unfortunately, not only is the concept of genetics difficult, but the terminology makes it even more confusing. This article attempts to clarify what an MTHFR C677T and A1298C mutation is, in a way you can understand. #dietitian #nutritionist #nutrition

MTHFR C677T and A1298C: Explained In Plain English

Two of the most studied genetic defects are MTHFR C677T and MTHFR A1298C. This article attempts to clarify what they are, in a way you can understand.

Diabetes is sneaky. The early symptoms can go unnoticed for months or years. In fact, 1 in 3 people with type 2 diabetes don’t know they have it. 1 in 3. Most actually do experience the early signs but don’t realise or understand what they are.

9 Early Signs of Diabetes You Must Know (#2 is so Often Overlooked) | Diet vs Disease

The early signs of diabetes can go unnoticed for years. In fact, 1 in 3 people don’t know they have it. These are common symptoms of undiagnosed diabetes.

All humans have the same set of genes. Our differences come from the tiny variations in those genes. Those variations influence not only in how you look or behave different to others… But in how your body reacts differently to external factors. Especially how it reacts to the foods you eat and lifestyle  you live. #dietitian #nutritionist #mthfr #health

MTHFR Mutation Guide For Non-Sciencey Types! Symptoms and Diet Explained

A "defect" in your genes can influence how well you metabolize nutrients. The MTHFR Mutation is a common and potentially dangerous defect with many symptoms

Hypothyroidism is becoming increasingly more common in Western countries. One of the main symptoms of this hormone disorder is a slower metabolism and gradual weight gain. Low carb and ketogenic diets have emerged as popular approaches to weight loss, at least in otherwise healthy individuals. But there is some  controversy over the safety of these eating patterns for hypothyroidism. #dietitian #nutrition #diet

Is Low Carb Bad For Hypothyroidism?

Low carb and ketogenic diets are now popular approaches to health and weight loss. But are they safe for hypothyroidism? This is a review of the evidence.

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