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Welcome to my blog where I post an array of exciting vitality articles, all based around areas of nutrition, food, fitness, longevity and natural beauty. Some articles are based on questions I often receive, whilst others are things I personally recommend and practice, eye-opening ideas you will want to know about, including botanical research that fascinates me and might fascinate you too. All articles are written and researched by me, Kyle Vialli.

The Surprising Saviour of the Inuit and the High Arctic

The Surprising Saviour of the Inuit and the High Arctic

The Arctic is an astonishingly diverse place. A land of cold during the formidable Winters, yes, but a land of extremes, with a surprising strong heat and UV intensity, radiant 24 hour light and bursting fervent growth during the relatively short "active" season in the lower Arctic. The Arctic encompasses…
The Teeth Whitening Properties of This Fresh Root are Unbelievable: The Fresh, Potent, Enzymatic Method

The Teeth Whitening Properties of This Fresh Root are Unbelievable: The Fresh, Potent, Enzymatic Method

This root is a highly under-utilised superhero of the dental health world. Not only does it naturally reduce the presence of bacteria that cause cavities and gum inflammation, it very effectively, and perhaps counter-intuitively, whitens and de-stains your pearls too. If a more effective natural plant product exists for the…
This Pervasive Type of Flour is Adulterated and This is the Much Better Alternative

This Pervasive Type of Flour is Adulterated and This is the Much Better Alternative

At one time, the addition of chalk to bread was officially recognised as adulteration and banned by law: today, in the name of "fortification", it is mandatory in almost all loaves in the UK, and a large number of other countries.But the adulteration in question doesn't just end with bread.…

Mojo Verde: A Hearty Herbal Condiment

Mojo Verde: A Hearty Herbal Condiment

There is an island in the Atlantic off the coast of Tenerife. It is called La Gomera. A steeply hilled island with its own rainforest, its own whistling language, and its own Mojo.Mojo (pronounced Mo-ho) is a herbal condiment with deep roots in La Gomera. Indeed, it is interesting that…

The Truth About Coffee

The Truth About Coffee

Within the world of nutrition and especially where social engineering intersects, many foods are given a veneer of properties and prestige they simply do not have in reality. Coffee – the most widely-used psychoactive substance of the modern world, is the quintessential example of such a substance, culturally and dietically…

Why Soaking Potatoes and Root Veg is So Good

Why Soaking Potatoes and Root Veg is So Good

Nutrition isn’t simply what you eat. Right up there at center stage, is how you prepare what you eat. The following advice has been carried forward to the present day via many culinary lineages across the planet. In fact, a few of you may have even observed your very own…

With these Simple Tips You Will Never Need to Buy Oat Milk Again

With these Simple Tips You Will Never Need to Buy Oat Milk Again

Oat milk is creamy, delicious, energising and…, notoriously, bought in plastic and aluminium lined cartons from supermarkets, rather than made fresh in the home. With the following simple tips you will learn how to easily make your own organic, digestible oat milk from scratch. I will start with a few…

The most and least AGEing forms of cooking

The most and least AGEing forms of cooking

AGEs or Advanced Glycation End-products, and their build-up in human biology, underscore one of the critical mechanisms of aging and physical degeneration in the human body. Advanced Glycation End-Products (also known as glycotoxins) are oxidative and pro-inflammatory compounds that form when proteins or fats bond (non-enzymatically) with sugar molecules, most…

Why this Underused, Potent and Refreshing Flu Herb is so Special and How to Use It

Why this Underused, Potent and Refreshing Flu Herb is so Special and How to Use It

A beautifully fresh and aromatic culinary herb, it has been in use on the Asian sub-continent for thousands of years. In Sri Lanka and East India it is used to make “fever grass tea”, a herbal remedy to reduce a fever and alleviate cough and cold symptoms. Hint, hint!In Traditional…

Less than 1% of Brits have tried this Popular Victorian Vegetable

Less than 1% of Brits have tried this Popular Victorian Vegetable

Just as you made the right impression all those years ago by pronouncing quinoa (keen-wah) instead of quin-noah, you won’t want to mispronounce this relatively unknown member of the dandelion (and also daisy) family. Salsify, pronounced sal-si-fee, used to be a popular root vegetable in the 1800s, but in the…

This Traditional Afghan Method of Keeping Fruit Fresh Will Blow Your Mind

This Traditional Afghan Method of Keeping Fruit Fresh Will Blow Your Mind

What do you do if you want to prolong the shelf life of your favourite seasonal fruits? Putting the fruit in the fridge can help extend its lifespan for a week or so beyond the kitchen fruit bowl. Longer than that, you would certainly consider freezing, or, if you are…