Crossword Solutions

Across: 1 Bastes, 6 Samosa, 8 Turmeric, 9 Leaf, 12 Clean, 13 Rips, 15 Drought, 16 Chowder, 19 Kidney, 20 Oars, 21 Ion, 22 Global, 24 Proof, 25 Act, 27 Shiitake, 28 Lisle, 29 Bowel, 31 Obesity, 33 Tack, 34 Winch, 36 Onion.

Down: 1 Bites, 2 Stroganoff, 3 Even, 4 Bound, 5 Biological, 6 Sclerosis, 7 Alcohol, 10 Fuhrman, 11 Crepe, 14 Pakora, 16 Cytokine, 17 Donut, 18 Providence, 22 Gate, 23 Oak, 26 Celtic, 30 Obtain, 32 Said, 35 Heir.

References: Page 10-13

Fighting off the
food monster

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The sweet danger of sugar

Effects of sugar on aggressive and inattentive behaviour in children with attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity and normal children

How does excess sugar affect the developing brain throughout childhood and adolescence? A neuroscientist who studies nutrition explains

Johnson RJ, Wilson WL, Bland ST, Lanaspa MA. Fructose and uric acid as drivers of a hyperactive foraging response: A clue to behavioral disorders associated with impulsivity or mania? Evolution and Human Behavior.Published online October 2020:S1090513820301215. doi:10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2020.09.006

References: Page 16-17

Kids whose grandparents are
overweight are almost twice as
likely to struggle with obesity

Why Am I So Fat?

References: Page 20-21

Oil and longevity: bad,
good or indifferent?

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References: Pages 22-23

A practical medial approach on
use of oil in a healthy diet

Peer-reviewed studies
For a substantial list of peer-reviewed studies see the following website.

References: Pages 26

Kidney trouble and a
protein rich diet

What type of diet is best for our kidneys?

McDougall’s Medicine: A Challenging Second Opinion

The Effects of High-Protein Diets on Kidney Health and Longevity
Pub Med Study:

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Lancet 2:777, 1985

Lagrue, G. Food sensitivity in idiopathic nephrotic syndrome (letter).
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Lancet 2:450, 1985

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Nephron. 47:43, 1987

Russell, M. IgA-associated renal disease: antibodies to environmental antigens in sera and deposition of immunoglobins and antigens in glomeruli.
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Brenner, B. Dietary protein intake and the progressive nature of kidney disease.
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Evidence Based Eating New Zealand
Pre Covid Nutrition

EBE Website:

References – Page 34

Hundertwasser Art Centre

Visit on Facebook

References: Page 38-39

Searching for a magic pill or,
new hope on the horizon

1. White BA, Horwath CC, Conner TS. Many apples a day keep the blues away—daily experiences of negative and positive affect and food consumption in young adults. Br J Health Psychol. 2013;18(4):782–98.”

2. Lai JS, Hiles S, Bisquera A, Hure AJ, McEvoy M, Attia J. A systematic review and meta-analysis of dietary patterns and depression in communitydwelling adults. Am J Clin Nutr. 2014;99(1):181–97.

3. Gomez-Pinilla F, Nguyen TTJ. Natural mood foods: the actions of polyphenols against psychiatric and cognitive disorders. Nutr Neurosci. 2012;15(3):127–33.

4. Tsai AC, Chang T-L, Chi S-H. Frequent consumption of vegetables predicts lower risk of depression in older Taiwanese—results of a prospective population-based study. Public Health Nutr. 2012;15(6):1087–92.”

5. Beezhold BL, Johnston CS, Daigle DR. Restriction of flesh foods in omnivores improves mood: a pilot randomized controlled trial. American Public Health Association Annual Conference, November 7–11, 2009. Philadelphia, PA.”

References: Page 42


A Sad Loss
Inga Tuigamala Dies At 52

References: Page 46

Combo meals under scrutiny 

References: Page 47

Providence Cafe 

References: Page 52-53