We think understanding how your body responds to food is really liberating. We all grew up getting mixed messages about what to eat – whether from our parents, the media, the food industry or the state. Despite how well-meaning they were, navigating this advice has been hard. We’re here to set you free.
Lockdown means that many of us are cooking from scratch a lot more than normal. We've teamed up with Ella Mills of Deliciously Ella to bring you a recipe for this delicious carrot, lentil and raisin salad.
June 30, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is an opportunity to think about what health and nutrition look like for all. Now is the time to reframe how we think about food and health, starting from the ground up.
We learn more about where the low-calorie sweeteners used in diet foods first came from, whether they’re really safe to eat, and if they really help you to lose weight.
After years of yo-yo dieting without any long-term success, Susan felt helpless. Her experience with ZOE helped her change the way she thinks about nutrition and the way her body uses food, rather than focusing on weight loss goals alone.
There’s a lot of conflicting advice about the best way to eat, but one thing that almost everyone agrees on is that eating more plants is good for you. Discover our top ten tips for getting more plants on your plate.
Whether you have diabetes or not, you should still take care of your blood sugar levels. We explain how your blood sugar levels change when you eat, what your responses can tell you about your health, and how you can improve your blood sugar control.
‘Inflammation’ is often blamed as the cause behind a multitude of health concerns. But what exactly is inflammation, and can it be caused by the food that we eat?
The first findings from PREDICT have been published in Nature Medicine on June 10, 2020. Read the novel insights from the paper fuelling the next generation of nutrition science.
Over the past two years, we've been working with world-leading experts in the areas of nutrition, epidemiology, microbiology, and data science to better understand how and why we all respond to food differently. Read about findings here.
What is a healthy response to carbohydrates and why is it important? We take a closer look at how your body breaks down and uses the carbohydrates found in your food.
Let's find out what a simple sugary drink – known as an oral glucose tolerance test or OGTT – can reveal about your blood sugar responses and diabetes risk.
What happens in your body when you eat fat? We look at why blood fat levels change over time, and why is so important for understanding your unique responses to food.
We believe that understanding your individual responses to food can help you eat in a way that supports your health. In this post we dive into what happens in your body when you eat.
The trillions of microbes living in your gut play an essential role in almost all aspects of nutrition and health. Microbial diversity, it seems, is key. But what exactly do we mean when we talk about microbiome diversity, and how do we measure it?
There are plenty of people telling you the ‘right’ way to eat healthily and lose weight, but what does the science say?
Nuts are infamous for being high in fat and calories, but this doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll ruin your diet.