In-Sync News

American Brussel Sprout Salad Recipe

  "  I hate brussel sprouts!  I've not eaten them since I was very young and was made to.  However, when I was in California one time, I kept coming across brussel sprout salads.  I thought it was beyond weird to have such as thing until I went to a friend's house and...

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Ten reasons why we should be eating insects

  Whether you can stomach the idea or not, there seem to be many good reasons why we should be eating insects.  And sustainability has to be one of the arguments in favor of adding bugs, that have been a human food for centuries, into your daily diet.  The problem is...

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What really was the caveman diet?

  The caveman diet has been a subject of intrigue in the last few years, particularly as we know our genes belong to the Paleolithic era. But recent research does away with the myth that our early ancestors were hunting big game and eating huge quantities of red...

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Why The In-Sync Diet works

    The In-Sync Diet is a weight/fat loss programme that has been carefully honed by psycho-neuro-immunologist Fleur Borrelli and actress Glynis Barber into a user-friendly online plan.  Most of us want to feel better, look younger, feel slimmer and live longer and...

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The importance of vitamin D

  The In-Sync Diet is turning its attention to the importance of vitamin D as the clocks have just gone back and we see less of the sun.  What this means is an end to British Summertime, shorter days and much longer nights until March. The importance of vitamin D...

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Five Recipe Suggestions for Pumpkins

  Our five recipe suggestions for pumpkins will help you make the most of these beautiful orange vegetables.  October is without a doubt pumpkin season so try not to waste this wonderful opportunity to boost your health.  Pumpkin is extremely rich in beta carotene and...

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Should you eat before a workout

  We are told that we should eat before a workout because if we are hungry, we won’t have enough energy to move. But is this really the case? Your genes belong to an era 50 000 years ago which was a time when your ancient ancestors did not have the luxury of food...

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Saffron Chicken and Shiitake Soup

  Shiitake mushrooms not only have incredible immune benefits, they can help fight cancer cells, support cardiovascular health, act as an antimicrobial and boost energy and brain function. They are rich in vitamin D, selenium and antioxidants that can protect the skin...

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Seafood Soup

    This immune-boosting seafood soup has two parts to it - the seafood soup and the garlic sauce. The garlic sauce is added to the soup at the very end to pack a more powerful punch.  Garlic is a natural antimicrobial and has long history of use as an...

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The healthy approach to a low carb high fat diet (LCHF)

  There is a huge amount of research that suggests eating low carb high fat diet has benefits beyond simply weight loss and fat burn by pushing you into ketosis.  Ketosis is a healthy state that we reach when fat is converted into ketones in the liver that can be used...

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The benefits of a low carb higher fat diet

  Calorie counting is a low carb/low fat/ low protein approach to counter weight gain that does not work at all because not all calories are created equal. And so, contrary to what we’ve been told for years, consuming fat provides an important fuel for the body and...

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The 16:8 Diet

  What is the 16:8 diet rule?  Well a study in the Journal Nutrition and Healthy Aging has found that eating within an eight hour window and fasting for 16 hours can greatly benefit weight loss. This method is also known as intermittent fasting and is deservedly...

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