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Embracing Vitality for Conception

It Takes Two to Tango The ability to conceive a child naturally has become increasingly challenging for many couples in the UK and the rest of the developed nations. As a result, the demand for assisted reproductive technologies like in vitro fertilisation (IVF) has risen dramatically in recent years. One of the principle causes is …

The Silent Crisis: Malnutrition in the UK Caused by Poor Diet

Malnutrition, often associated with extreme hunger in developing nations, is a growing concern right here in the United Kingdom. While obesity is clearly understood and has solutions, of sorts, a less visible yet equally significant problem is emerging – malnutrition caused by poor diet. The dietary habits of huge parts of the population are having …

The Bliss Point: Decoding the Science of Addictive Foods

In the modern world, where convenience and taste often reign supreme, processed foods have become an undeniable part of our daily lives. From pre-packaged meals to snack foods and sugary drinks, these culinary creations offer a quick and easy way to satisfy hunger and cravings. However, beneath their appealing flavours lies a hidden science that …

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Unveiling the Silent Threat: Type B Malnutrition in Affluent Societies – The Hidden Link Between Obesity and Nutritional Deficiency

Introduction: In the realm of malnutrition, Type B malnutrition, also known as protein-energy malnutrition (PEM), isn’t confined to developing nations. Surprisingly, it is on the rise in advanced societies, raising questions about its correlation with obesity. This article aims to explore the intricacies of this unexpected relationship, shedding light on the consequences and proposing solutions. …

Fueling the Mind: Unveiling the Overlooked Connection Between Nutrition and Mental Well-Being

The Nutrition-Mental Health Nexus: Embark with me on a fascinating exploration of the symbiotic dance between what we eat and how we feel. Imagine our brains as master conductors, skillfully orchestrating the intricate melodies of our emotions and thoughts. This isn’t a mere metaphor; it’s the scientific symphony of our neurochemistry. In the grand theater …