It’s summer! What should we eat?

Summer season with its scorching heat calls for special attention to the human body. With the mercury reaching an all-time high, the sweltering heat requires that you make changes in your diet for your body to cope with the high temperatures. Extreme temperatures can cause a number of heat related health problems and staying fit in summer is everybody's primary concern. The food and drink that you will be consuming during the summer are going to play a vital role...

Meet our nutritionist

We all know good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle. Combined with the appropriate physical activity. Our eating habit can help us reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce our risk of chronic diseases (like heart disease and cancer), and promote our general health. The link between good nutrition and healthy weight, reduced chronic disease risk, and overall health is too important to ignore. By taking steps to eat healthy, we will be on our way...

Child Obesity

Child obesity is one of the most common health problems of childhood, which may also have impacts to a person’s health during adult life (usually overweight children have a high probability to become obese adults). The World Health Organisation described childhood obesity as one of the biggest public health problems since the rate of overweight children is approaching 10% of the population. More rarely, childhood obesity is due to pathological causes such as hypothyroidism or genetic syndromes, but in most of...

Uric Acid

Uric acid is the final product of purine oxidation (adenine and guanine). It is calculated that the body has a uric acid reservoir amounting to 1.2 gr. Nevertheless, there are two sources for this reservoir: A) The exogenous source (mainly our nutritional habits) B) Endogenous source (derived from decomposition of purines) The amount of uric acid destroyed in the body is very small and uric acid exits the body mainly through urine. The nutritional habits can affect the level of uric acid in...


Diabetes mellitus is a disease characterised by an increase of blood sugar concentration (hyperglycemia) and disruption of the body’s capacity to metabolise glucose, either as a result of reduced secretion of insulin or due to a decrease of the sensitivity of body cells to insulin. The main types of diabetes are type 1 , type 2 and gestational diabetes. Diabetes may cause a series of serious complications such as cardiovascular disease, chronic renal failure, retinal damage, nerve damage, etc. Insulin has an...


``Water is life``: Is it true? This might be one of the biggest truths, since water is a vital component of the human body, i.e. up to 90% of the blood, 85% of the brain and 75% of the rest of the body! And as a human grows, it may happen that he/she feels less and less thirsty, but we must not forget that it is the purest way to eliminate many potential health problems. E.g. toxins that accumulate in our...

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