To mark World Cancer Day on February 4th 2011 The Source has been in touch with Cancer Reseach UK to discuss what you can do to help you decrease the risk of developing food related cancer.
Since 2010, Your Source Today has shared a spectrum of resources and information on all aspects of life, including food & drink (with free-from options), lifestyle choices, pets, travel destinations, days out, and popular festivals and events.
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Did you know you can become a member of the Soil Association from as little as £2 a month? Soil Association members are a vital part of their organisation and this support enables them to campaign at the highest level and carry out programmes nationwide. Join the Soil Association and help transform food culture in the UK.
Low Back Pain and Pelvic Pain are common in pregnancy. Figures vary from as low as 25% in one study compared to as high 80% in another. Some common treatments for musculoskeletal aches and pains, such as drugs, physiotherapy and exercise are not always suitable for pregnant women.
This is a fabulously, easy recipe for anyone wanting to try out an alternative if you have one or all of these food intolerances. No waste on taste, so perfect for everyone.
The Chinese New Year celebrates the beginning of a new year according to the lunar calendar. It is one of the most important holidays for Chinese families.
A traditional favourite to make for Bramley Apple Week (6th - 13th February 2011). Add a dollop of cream or coat it with custard - then sit back, relax and enjoy!