Functional mushrooms with Kate

Mushrooms are known to be power houses for the immune system. There are various types of mushrooms, and each have specific benefits they can provide. Here is a little information on the mushroom ‘life cycle’ and the general nutrition of the different types. There are two parts to a mushroom. The Fruit Body appears above

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Marvellous Magnesium

This March we are talking about the marvellous mineral magnesium!  In my 10 years at Inside Out Health, if there was one product that we have had consistently good feedback on it is magnesium.  It is not surprising when you know that Magnesium works in over 300 ways in the body and that 80% of

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The Benefits of Berberine

Have you found that during lockdown you have put on a few pounds, maybe doing less exercise, not able to keep to the same routine you had previously? Or for other reasons such as menopause when it can often get harder to shift weight? Then you might consider using Coyne Health’s Berberine. This has been

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Vitamin D and Good Health

Vitamin D is well known for helping to maintain healthy bones but what’s becoming apparent is the many other ways it supports good health. We can get a small amount of vitamin D from food sources such as oily fish, egg yolks, red meat and fortified foods such as breakfast cereals, however it’s difficult to get

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Vitamin D and Vitamin K from BetterYou

Maintaining healthy bones is not just about increasing your calcium intake. Did you know that alongside calcium you should also look into vitamins D and K2? Vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 ensure that calcium is absorbed easily and reaches the bone mass, while preventing arterial calcification. Helping to keep your heart and bones healthy. Separately,

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What To Eat When Exercising

Exercise or workouts plays a vital role in our daily energy expenditure and understanding what to eat before exercising, after exercising and how much food to eat is really important to enhance both your workouts and your body composition to meet your overall training and fitness goals. What is on your “everyday plate”? Better food

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The Benefits of Plant-Based Calcium for Bone Health

Bone is living tissue and new bone replaces old bone throughout life. But as we age, the cells that build new bone (osteoblasts) cannot work as quickly as the cells that remove old bone (osteoclasts). This leads to an overall loss of bone tissue, which makes bones weaker and more fragile and more susceptible to

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Foods to Beat Chronic Illness

Foods to Beat Chronic Disease Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men in the UK and the second most common cancer in men worldwide. The number of cases is expected to almost double to 1.7 million cases by 2030  Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men aged 25-49. World Health

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Risk Factors for Developing an Enlarged Prostate

What are the risk factors for BPH? Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia usually means you’re suffering from symptoms such as frequent and urgent urination. It is thought that a few factors can increase the risk of developing the problem, which are: Being overweight Your family history and ethnicity Age Lifestyle Let’s look at these in more detail

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Men’s Health with Chris Deavin

“Health is important to everyone. It decides how we feel, act and look, but improving and maintaining your health is not easy and requires the right type and amount of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle habits.

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