Articles tagged with: women's health

Eat to beat flatulence

Eat to beat flatulence

Flatulence, commonly referred to as ‘breaking wind’, ‘passing wind’ or ‘farting’, is caused by gas in the bowel (large intestine). Ordinarily, the intestines produce about 500–2,000 mL of gas, which is regularly passed out of the anus. 

9 February 2022 by Catherine Saxelby

What is your relationship with food and eating?

What if I can’t swallow a large, one-gram, fish oil capsule?

Those large fish oil caps can be a real problem for the elderly, children and anyone with swallowing difficulties. The good news is,...

16 December 2020 by Catherine Saxelby

What is your relationship with food and eating?

Pink salts are NOT healthier for you

I guess you’ve seen those lovely pink Himalayan salts packs. They’ve almost become a designer accessory for the modern kitchen....

2 December 2020 by Catherine Saxelby

What is your relationship with food and eating?

Eat to beat the menopause

Menopause – those years which mark the end of a woman’s reproductive life and when a woman’s hormones cease can be a blessing...

11 November 2020 by Catherine Saxelby

Help us to keep helping you

Help us to keep helping you

Can you help us? The Foodwatch website has been providing sensible, well-researched nutrition advice and recipes, free of charge, for...

20 September 2018 by Foodwatch

August 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Women's Health and Wheat

August 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Women's Health and Wheat

As Women’s Health Week is coming up in September I thought I'd make women’s health one of the topics of this month’s Foodwatch...

28 August 2018 by Catherine Saxelby