Viva! Health unravels the most recent scientific research and makes it easy to understand. Here we update you on the latest findings...
Let’s face it, we all know we could eat healthier but we also want to be able to treat ourselves every now and then. A vegan diet gives you the maximum damage limitation – you can still have cakes, chocolate and creamy sauces but they’re all much better for you than their animal-based counterparts.
Almost one in two of us will get cancer at some point in our lives. Why is it rampaging out of control and how can we fight it? To find out, Viva! founder Juliet Gellatley met Professor Mustafa Djamgoz, Professor of Cancer Biology at Imperial College, London, and co-author (with Professor Jane Plant) of the book Beat Cancer
Our pace of life has changed beyond recognition over the last century and many of us have difficulty keeping up! Take a long weekend away and you return to 300 emails. Walk with your kids in the park and your mobile rings and texts beckon. You’re always accessible and expected to respond immediately
Sixty to 70 per cent of British women experience menopausal symptoms, with many feeling unable to tell their partners. Juliet Gellatley, founder & director of Viva! and nutritional therapist says don’t suffer in silence, seek help. She explores what eases menopausal symptoms safely and asks does a vegan diet help? Do ‘natural’ supplements work – Juliet shows what science reveals. And controversial HRT – is the hype on its lack of safety fair?
Jamie Oliver has forced Turkey Twizzlers off the school menu – a junk food made up of fat, salt, fillers and about 34 per cent turkey slurry. If you’re contemplating tucking into a Christmas turkey, Amanda Woodvine (BSc Nutrition) asks a disturbing question – is it just another junk food?