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Are you getting enough healthy fats from your diet?

Most people use the simplified term “omega 3”, but in fact, these nutrients are called “omega 3 fatty acids” (or ω-3 fatty acids / n-3 fatty acids). They are polyunsaturated fatty acids (which means that they have multiple double bonds in their chemical structure), meaning you can describe them as “healthy fats”.

1 in 5 people in the UK are deficient in Vitamin D – Here’s why…

Vitamin D is now known as a prohormone, comprising a group of seco-sterols with similar hormone-like functions. The most crucial role vitamin D plays in the body is to maintain the homeostasis of calcium, magnesium and phosphate, playing an essential role in the microelements’ metabolism.

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