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How much sugar is in your breakfast cereal?

On a recent podcast, Breakfast on Jacarandafm, Martin Bester discussed how much sugar is surprisingly hidden in our favourite breakfast cereals. Most of us have a beloved breakfast cereal from our childhood that we enjoyed every morning as part of our daily diet, some of the more popular ones being Coco Pops, Rice Krispies and [...]

March 25th, 2021|

Ancel Keys’ Cholesterol Con Part 2. by Prof Tim Noakes

The sequence of events that produced the greatest scam in the history of modern medicine. Table 1 describes the sequence of 70 events that I will argue were critical in directing an unquestioning global acceptance of Keys’ unproven hypotheses and then its subsequent disproof. In that table I simply outline each event in its barest [...]

March 17th, 2021|

Ancel Keys’ Cholesterol Con. Part 1. How an insecure and unproven hypothesis became a global unchallenged dogma – By Prof. Tim Noakes

“THE METHOD OF SCIENCE IS THE METHOD OF BOLD CONJECTURES AND INGENIOUS AND SEVERE ATTEMPTS TO REFUTE THEM,’ SAID KARL POPPER, THE DEAN OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE. POPPER ALSO NOTED THAT AN INFINITE NUMBER OF POSSIBLE WRONG CONJECTURES EXIST FOR EVERY ONE THAT HAPPENS TO BE RIGHT. THIS IS WHY THE PRACTICE OF SCIENCE [...]

February 22nd, 2021|

28 Day CGM Experience

Rahul Patil, functional medicine coach and supporter of The Noakes Foundation, and Prof Noakes, recounts his personal experience using a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) to track and monitor his fluctuating glucose levels over a 4 week period. Due to the rising concerns of diabetes and obesity in India Rahul sought to bring awareness to the [...]

February 18th, 2021|

What she says is what she does: Survey versus behavioural measures of food choice

How often did you eat a piece of white bread in the past four weeks? 1 slice per week? More? Are reported memories of food intake the same as actual food behaviour? Much of the burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in developing and developed countries is driven by what people eat and drink, so influencing [...]

January 19th, 2021|

How to reduce sugar…a step-by-step guide

I am ALWAYS shocked by how much sugar people generally have in their pantries (Even in their bedroom cupboards, cars, handbags and kids’ lunchboxes). I am ALWAYS horrified by how much sugar I once consumed…even straight out of the sugar jar! My journey towards removing processed foods and refined carbs from my and my family’s [...]

December 23rd, 2020|

The Noakes foundation is conducting an exciting pilot study in 2021!

It has come to the Foundation’s attention that consumers are often bombarded with health advice and information of various oils and fats, yet very little information is provided on an appropriate amount that should be incorporated into a daily diet. It is often difficult as a consumer to decide which products meet our desired idea [...]

December 17th, 2020|

The Noakes foundation is conducting an exciting pilot study in 2021!

Consumers are often bombarded with health advice and information of various oils and fats, yet very little information is provided on an appropriate amount that should be incorporated into a daily diet. It is often difficult as a consumer to decide which products meet our desired idea of health, and if it is indeed healthy [...]

December 17th, 2020|

The Sugar Lowdown

For years, there has been much debate on the topic of fats within our diets. We were pressed to banish all fats from our diet in the fear of increasing our risk for conditions like cardiovascular disease, diabetes and more. However, as time progressed, and new evidence has emerged that fats are not the culprit [...]

December 17th, 2020|

Nuts about tree nuts! How new evidence is shaping our idea of tree nuts

If you follow a healthy lifestyle it is sure that tree nuts have come across your path in some way shape or form, as they boast an array of attractive benefits. Although, a few years ago tree nuts were considered a no-go for healthy eaters everywhere as they were considered foods high in calories and [...]

December 14th, 2020|
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