Too hungry for knowledge? The effect of breakfast on children
Posted: June 6, 2017
Studies show that children do better at school when they eat a good breakfast. Here is my article on the subject, kindly reprinted with permission from Juno parenting magazine. Click on the image to read.
...and (following on from the last post), olives and olive oil kill bad bacteria as well as viruses and unwanted fungal invaders. (Traditionally-fermented olives will also have some good bacteria for a double effect). Here is my blog on the subject for the Real Olive Company. ... Expand
F ascinating recent research shows that olives and their oil are one of nature’s more potent sources of antibiotics, as well as being anti-viral and anti-fungal. This means that enjoying them daily can help keep us free from infection. Is there anything not to like about that? One of the most powe...