This is not a regular blog about food. This is the result of tens of thousands of clinical studies.
By now, people have started to realize that the food we eat affect how we feel. Some of us have noticed that we get invigorated and more alert from eating certain foods, and a stomachache from others. But honestly, eating broccoli to prevent cancer? Could it really be true that a large daily intake of turmeric can help you stay healthy? Isn’t that taking it a bit too far?
Not according to science. We live in interesting times – every other day new studies on our gut flora/gut bacteria/intestinal flora appear, and they show that a change of lifestyle and eating habits can help prevent a great number of diseases like infections, heart disease, high blood pressure, joint pain, MS, diabetes, headache, ADHD, skin conditions, difficulty sleeping and cancer. The fact is, the food you put in your mouth make a difference all the way down at the cellular level. The same way too much sugar and processed foods can make you ill, the right ones can help you stay healthy and alert.
So, this is not just a regular blog about food. This is a mixture of scientific studies from all over the world and recipes from a messy kitchen in Stockholm. That’s what happens when you let professor emeritus Stig Bengmark (who has dedicated his life to scientific research and the impact food has on our immune system) collide with two optimistic hypochondriacs.
A warm welcome to you. We’re so pleased that you have found us. Let’s do this!