Author Archives: Max Tuck

About Max Tuck

Hippocrates Health Educator. Long term living foods vegan. Athlete, lecturer, author of four books (with the 5th coming soon) and firm advocate of healthy living.

Ultra-processed food and cancer – who knew?

Why is it that ultra-processed food is now implicated in cancer risk? For many health-conscious people it will come as no surprise to learn this. We have known for many years about dietary factors contributing to either health creation or … Continue reading

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Experimenting with CRON

I’ll confess right now that I like to conduct personal experiments. Generally they happen in January, but they are not resolutions. January 2018 has been about experimenting with CRON. I started the year with a 6 day fast, but on … Continue reading

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Ten Steps to a Happy and Successful New Year

What do you want out of the New Year? Everyone’s different, but we often want similar things for ourselves – better health, greater happiness and more opportunities or life experiences. Here are 10 suggestions – do let me know which … Continue reading

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Five principles of food combining – for fighting bloating and fatigue

  It’s Christmas! And what’s the over-riding feeling at this time of year? Full of energy and festive fun? Or bloating and brain fog from the endless overindulgence? Whilst I hope for my readers that it will be the former, … Continue reading

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Health Benefits of Algal Oil

Following on from my previous blogs about healthy fats, there’s a final part to the series – the often overlooked algal (or algae) oil, which I mentioned in my previous blog about healthy fats. Since this month I’m writing about … Continue reading

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Depletion, Destruction, Devastation – and Regeneration

I have recently been in southern Spain for a yoga retreat. Here’s the view from the yurt I was staying in. Lovely, right? But this photo actually tells a different tale – a darker tale of drastic intervention, depletion, destruction … Continue reading

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7 Benefits of Sulforaphane

One of the main reasons that eating cruciferous vegetables is so beneficial is because of their sulforaphane content. Sulforaphane is a phytonutrient classified as one of the isothiocyanate group, which has a wide range of effects in the body. Read … Continue reading

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