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Food Matters Live will be running a live twitter Q&A on Wednesday 23 July at 1-2pm with leading food scientist Professor Mark Post, widely known for creating the world’s first lab-grown burger. Take the opportunity to pose questions on the commercial viability of cultured beef to Professor Post - gain his insight and share your views.
The incidence of obesity and related diseases such as Type 2 diabetes, particularly amongst youth populations, is rising at an alarming rate. But who or what is to blame for this modern epidemic? Neuroscientists believe that the answer lies deep within our subconscious mind and the brain processes that evolved to adapt to a much earlier period in our human history.
I’ve been going through a watercress phase recently. Well, I say that, but it’s been dragging on for months now. Soup earlier, now salads, always Marmite and watercress sandwiches. Fresh lychees were another phase (short-lived, like the fruiting season itself) and then the small but crucial matter of ginger biscuits (er, not so seasonal) for dunking into a cuppa. Deeper in the gastro-subconscious is grilled calves liver with leaf spinach. If nothing else, I think I must at least be iron-deficient.