Category Archives for "Wild Foods and Nutrition"

Does Fructose Make Me Look Fat In This?

Does Fructose Make Me Look Fat In This?Interesting to see the mainstream press slowly cottoning on to the fact that fructose is a bad sugar in the same way as trans-fats and low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol are bad fats. From my own research into sucrose and the deleterious effects of the fructose within it, I Read More …

Breeding the Nutrition out of our Food

Danish Chef leads Australians by exampleGreat article recently about wild food Chef Rene Redzepi from Denmark in the SMH. Here’s a young chef who has embraced his regions wild foods and incorporated them using skill, flare and commitment to win the accolades of being the best of the top 50 restaurants in the world. He recently Read More …

Can’t lose weight? Here’s Why…

Can’t lose weight? Here’s Why…If you’ve tried but can’t lose weight it is probably not your fault. The quality of our foods and the way your metabolism reacts are probably the causes.There are so many rubbish diets and food plans, detox programs and celebrity systems that are more designed to sell magazines and spa retreats Read More …

Is table sugar an artificial sweetener?

Is table sugar an artificial sweetener?Interesting discussion on the Sweetener Research Group of LinkedIn. It led me to suggest that perhaps sucrose and high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) should be classed as artificial sweeteners too. Research into wild foods in Australia shows that sucrose is rare to absent as a sugar and it appears that it Read More …

Wild foods, health and a global recession

Wild foods, health and a global recessionThis blog is not for everyone. It involves wild foods only in that my primary opportunity revolves around a wild food product but this blog has more to do with business, the economy and your personal finances and future lifestyle. It addresses a real issue in today’s global economy and Read More …