Reading Time: 8 minutes Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin which is present in some foods or added to others. It also comes in supplement form. Contrary to popular belief, people believe that the sun gives you Vitamin D, this is a fairly big misconception as the UV radiation from the suns rays do not … More THP NUTRIBET: Vitamin D
Reading Time: 5 minutes Vitamin C (aka L-ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin naturally available in foods and fortified in some. The human body can not produce vitamin C endogenously and so it must be sought out in the diet. Vitamin C is required for the biosynthesis of collagen to make your skin softer, stretchier … More THP NUTRIBET: Vitamin C
Reading Time: 5 minutes Vitamin B is not just a singular vitamin, it is actually a complex of vitamins which play very important roles in cellular metabolism. The vitamin B complex is water soluble which means that it is not stored in the human body for a long duration of time. They can be found … More THP NUTRIBET: Vitamin B
We all know the alphabet, it’s essentially the backbone of your communication and language. Well… Let me introduce to you this campaign that I try to run annually, I name this beast the Nutribet! A basic in fundamental nutrition knowledge which will form your backbone in well-being and long-term health. Use the information as you … More NUTRIBET MONTH! Get ready for some wild nutrition facts to help with your day to day wellbeing!
Reading Time: 5 minutes Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin – what that means is that this vitamin is stored in the body for long periods of time. If a person takes too much of a fat-soluble vitamin, this could be potentially dangerous due to the condition known as hypervitaminosis. You may be deficient in … More THP NUTRIBET: Vitamin A
Currently, the world population is approximately 7.5 billion people. Accounting for an average of about 3% of the population in any given country being vegetarian, we’re still looking at about 7.3 billion people to feed. Based on the Australian Dietary Guidelines, only 1 in 7 Australians meet the recommended intake of meat! The average Australian … More Meating demands – The search for sustainable protein sources.
Reading Time: 4 mins You might think you’re pretty good at recognising what’s good or bad for your body. After all, it’s pretty simple – always aim for foods with as little processing as possible, aim for eating a few serves from each food group and, if you must, have the occasional treat. The Australian … More How Much Is Too Much? – “Just one more bite” Could Cause You A Whole Lifetime Of Strife.
Reading Time: 12 minutes I’m sure many of you have seen so many headlines out there saying that “supplements are a waste of money” and that they have no health benefits. Some even promote the fact that not only do they not work, they may be harmful to you. The truth is, many of these … More Should I Supplement? Or Is It A Waste Of Money?
Reading Time: 5 minutes The three hidden aspects of cellular aging and degenerative diseases include; Free Radicals Oxidative stress is one of the principle causes of aging and disease. Free radicals are molecular fragments, chemically speaking they are very damaging and reactive. Think of it as the sparks of a fireplace, if you don’t protect that … More The Three Hidden Killers That Could Be Reducing Your Life Span!
Reading Time: 4 minutes Everybody knows about the flea, you know that six-legged jumping bloodsucking insect. Anyway, this such insect can jump to heights of a double decker bus yet you can keep it in a jar without it jumping out. So on with the story, one day a scientist did an experiment with this … More What’s Stopping You From Reaching Your Goals? Are You Trapped By Fear?