Do you know what causes Migraine?

Uncategorized Mar 09, 2020

Stress, very intense physical activities, hormonal changes and the consumption of some energy and alcoholic foods or drinks and dehydration can cause migraines, which is a very strong headache with intense sensitivity to light.

Generally, foods such as gluten, milk and dairy, soy, corn, sugar, some citrus fruits, and eggs can cause migraines because they are characterized as allergenic foods that result in body intolerances. These intolerances occur when we eat the food and we can’t digest it properly. Thus, because of the improper chewing, some smallest particles of food are released into the blood and can activate the immune system and produces inflammation in the body, which can be caused by an allergy, intolerance, itching, sneezing, and migraine.

However, it’s not everyone who develops theses allergies/intolerances to these foods and, consequently, migraines. It is necessary to check which food causes intolerance. 

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How to eliminate excess toxins from your body?

detox detox diet toxines Apr 22, 2019

Every day we are exposed to various types of toxins through the environment, air, water, food that needs to be metabolized and eliminated so that they are not accumulated, causing overload and organic dysfunctions that can lead to the development of chronic degenerative diseases.

Our body performs the natural process of detoxification which purpose is to eliminate certain toxic substances (exogenous or endogenous). The two main organs that exert this mechanism are the liver (60%) and the intestine (20%), although it can occur in all cells of the body.

Toxins are called xenobiotics and come from:

- Food sources: food additives from industrialized products, agrochemicals, heavy metals (aluminium, mercury, lead, etc.)

- Environmental origin: plastics, utensils, pollution, cosmetics, medicines etc.

- Endogenous origin: metabolites from the cells that need to be eliminated.

In order for the detoxification process to take place effectively in the body, it is important to prefer foods and...

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Why exercises won't make you lose weight?

The first step that many take when they want to lose weight is to do exercises: running, gym or functional training.

I recommend the practice of exercises, mainly for the benefits already proven to our physical and mental health and also to prevent diseases.

The truth is that doing exercises will not help you lose weight, why?

Because the exercises will not be able to compensate for a bad diet. Here's an example: if you walk 30 minutes you burn 200Kcal, which represents only 4 cookies or 1 ice cream (Sunday).

It is totally disproportionate how many exercises you have to do to burn just a few more bites. You have to climb several floors of a building to burn off a few calories.

Collaborating with this, studies have already revealed that:

  1. Exercise alone does not lose weight.
  2. Caloric expenditure generated by aerobic exercise does not promote weight loss.

Also doing exercises greatly increases your hunger and if you do not know how to make the right food choices will eat a lot more...

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5 steps to Lose Weight

With more than 10 years of experience helping thousands of people to lose weight, I decided to share here the 5 best tips for you to start losing weight now!

Check out the 5 essential steps:

  1. Eat more real food

Choose to eat more real food instead of processed foods because they contain a lot of sugar, salt and hydrogenated fats that will add a lot more calories to your food.

  1. Replace soft drinks, juices and alcoholic beverages with water

The drinks are very caloric and only add empty calories and quickly turn into energy and are stored as fat, so drink water and stay well hydrated because our brain confuses thirst with hunger, so if we ingest enough water we will avoid eating too much.

  1. Consume lots of vegetables and prefer whole foods

The increased consumption of vegetables and fibre helps a lot to increase the feeling of satiety and this will help you eat less. Besides the fibres are super important for the healthy functioning of your gut that is essential for your weight...

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10 benefits of a Low Carb Diet

The low carb diet has been gaining more and more adepts and this nutritional strategy for weight loss is based on a lower intake of carbohydrates and a higher intake of healthy fats and proteins, as well as being based on the ingestion of vegetables, fruits (type and amounts recommended), seeds and oilseeds.

The top 10 benefits of a low carb diet are:

  1. Greater satiety and less hunger

The healthy fats and proteins present in greater amounts in the diet are responsible for giving a greater sense of satiety compared to the consumption of carbohydrates. And also because having a smaller amount of insulin being released into the bloodstream also there is a reduction in the feeling of hunger.

  1. Weight Loss and Loss of Body Fat

Insulin is the hormone responsible for storing body fat and preventing body fat from being used as a source of energy, so by having a lower release of insulin into the bloodstream, there is greater use of body fat as a source of energy.

  1. Blood glucose control and...
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What´s the difference between food intolerance and food allergy?


At the Britzke Nutrition clinic in London, we have the Food intolerance test to detect various types of food intolerances with a small sample of blood. Knowing the differences and making the early diagnosis is of utmost importance to the health and quality of life of the patient.

In this test, we analyze 59, 120 or 200 types of food.

We also conduct other tests to detect food allergies.

Click here to book your test directly or call +44 07428644457.

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Tips for sticking to a healthy diet during the festive season

The festive season is so wonderful, we celebrate the achievements of the year spending time with our family and friends and at these parties, it´s natural to always be accompanied by good food and drink!

And for those who are in a weight loss process or following a diet plan, what should you do not to exaggerate at this time?

Here are some very important tips for you:

  1. Enjoy the moment and do not become anti-social by following a diet. But do not use these events as excuses to overdo it and do not throw everything you've already achieved!
  2. Never go to the party with an empty stomach! Always eat a snack before you leave home.
  3. Avoid pinching snacks all the time, because then you will lose track of how much you have already eaten.
  4. Avoid drinking sodas, juices, energy drinks, and alcohol because they are empty calories that will greatly increase the daily calorie quota that you can consume in the day.
  5. If drinking alcohol, drink moderately and choose drinks that do not contain added...
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Overnight chia pudding recipe

Do you want to learn how to make this delicious, nutritious recipe that satisfies and even helps you to lose weight?

So let's go to the recipe!


  • 300ml of coconut milk or almond milk
  • 40g of chia seed
  • 50g chopped strawberries or blueberries or blackberries
  • 1 tablespoon of xylitol sweetener or a few drops of stevia
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened natural Greek yoghurt (optional)

Method of prep:

1. In a container or glass add the Greek yoghurt and set aside.

2. Mix vegetable milk with chia and sweetener and add over yoghurt.

3. Store in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours.

4. Remove from the refrigerator and add the chopped strawberries on top.

5. Okay, now you just have to delight!


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Carnivore Diet: is it healthy to eat only meat?

What do you think about eating meat, just meat and still improve your productivity and mental clarity, boost your libido, and control your blood pressure? Well, that's what the followers of the carnivore diet believe in, and the basis of this diet is just meat, offal, and eggs (some include fish and cured cheese) and no vegetable or plant-based foods or any kind of supplement.

It is totally the opposite of the vegan diet. The carnivore diet is based on high protein and saturated fats and no carbohydrates, and there is no defined protocol for the number of proteins and fats to be ingested.

In some countries, people have migrated from the low carb and ketogenic diet to the carnivore diet, and one of the most famous adepts of this diet is Shawn Baker. In his profile on social media, he said that the diet is very easy because he does not need meal plans or counting calories. "I just have to think about how hungry I am and how many steaks I want to eat," he said.

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The Pioppi Diet and the truth about fats and the risk of cardiovascular disease


See a summary of my interview with Dr Aseem Malhotra - famous cardiologist and writer of The Pioppi Diet.

Here are the main points:

- People generally have misconceptions and distortions about eating, for example, believe that the consumption of saturated fat and cholesterol increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and death, which is a myth.

- The current diet of the majority of the population contains much more carbohydrate than is healthy for our body and this causes many problems.

- Dr Aseem reveals to us that medicine is not an exact science, and it is in constant advances and updates and we need to update ourselves.

- Dr Aseem Malhotra explains that current research and studies show that the consumption of saturated fats and cholesterol does not block your arteries.

- One of the biggest villains to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease is insulin resistance caused by excessive consumption of refined carbohydrates, sugars, and also influenced by a sedentary lifestyle,...

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