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.

Health improvement in 2021

Feeling a little stuck with your goal setting for this year? Help is at hand! I always love to spend time at the beginning of each year to consider what I want to achieve in the coming 12 months, and … Continue reading

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Do you have time to be fit and healthy?

“Max is the busiest person I know…”. So stated one of my friends who wrote an endorsement for my first-published book The Whole Body Solution. I hear time and again people saying that they don’t have time to exercise, or … Continue reading

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Your big vision

From a young age I was a big fan of Lewis Carroll. Indeed, I was delighted to receive “The Complete Works of Lewis Carroll“, a huge tome of a book, from my parents when I was eight years old. Yes, … Continue reading

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Longevity Part 3

In Part 2 of this blog last month, which you can access here, I focused on some nutrients that have been shown to be helpful in boosting telomerase activity, to lengthen those little end bits of your chromosomes, thereby boosting … Continue reading

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Longevity Part 2

What happened to Part 1? I wrote a longevity blog in 2013 which you can access here. Further research has allowed me to elaborate on this, so here I bring you Part 2, with Part 3 to come next month. … Continue reading

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5 important ways to keep your vitamin D levels high

Before launching in to this vital topic, let’s think about why we might want to maintain optimal levels of D3, the active form of vitamin D, in our bodies. Vitamin D is involved in keeping the immune system healthy and … Continue reading

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Help – we’re in lockdown! What can we do?

We are currently living in unique times, and people might be wondering where all this is going and if everything will be OK eventually. Many will be wanting to keep some semblance of normality, and for good reason. Studies have … Continue reading

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Why are we still churning out the same outdated dogma?

Even before I read it, I had the feeling that the article would annoy me. Featured in the January issue of Platinum magazine, it was called The Bare Bones. Would they be serving up the usual outdated and inaccurate information … Continue reading

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Please don’t do it!

They’re everywhere, aren’t they? Catchy, attention-grabbing headlines such as “lose weight for good”, “try our 10-day “shred” to get in the shape of your life”… all the usual stuff to create guilt after an overindulgent holiday season. Look more closely … Continue reading

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Getting Back to 100% Hippocrates

It’s been going on for a few weeks now. You know, that niggling feeling that something’s not quite right. That you don’t feel quite as good as you could. That maybe, dare I say it, you might have deviated too … Continue reading

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