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‘Citius, Altius, Fortius’ [Faster, Higher, Stronger]. As we head into the month of the greatest games of all – the Olympics, have you ever wondered why their motto is ‘Faster, Higher, Stronger’ not ‘Fastest, Highest, Strongest’? According to the literature, it is because the human spirit is best...

Eaten since the beginning of time; eaten almost everywhere in the world; relatively easy to obtain; adaptable to many different types of cooking techniques and; an affordable source of highly digestible protein, we believe that the time has come to re-think and innovate around the humble egg!

“We have evidence that great energy is unleashed when women are freed from the constraints of violence, discrimination and unintended pregnancies.” The words of Margaret Chan, The Director General of the WHO referring to, The Women Deliver 4th Global Conference - the world’s largest conference on...

Blog on Global Nutrition Report by Eva Monterrosa

We cannot wait if we are to achieve what have been set for 2025

Sight and Life is delighted to introduce a guest Blog

Sight and Life Blog on Huffington Post

Blog on Global Nutrition Report by K Kraemer, Sight and Life; J Fanzo, Johns Hopkins University and J Jerling, North-West University (Potchefstroom)

by Klaus Kraemer

The 20th of November saw the celebration of Universal Children’s Day – the date specifically chosen to coincide with the day that both the Declaration of the » Rights of the Child  in...

Think global, act local

It is indeed sad to think that just over a third of the world’s children don’t get the best start in life outside the womb – exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months. Especially as it is the original superfood that is FREE to all regardless of race, creed, geographic area, economic status.

The Challenge to Explore New Frontiers and Embrace Complexity (by Jane Badham)

“None of us knows what might happen even the next minute, yet still we go forward. Because we trust.” Paulo Coelho

There is no doubt that partnerships are currently a buzzword and that for some they are seen as positive and exciting but for others they ring alarm bells and are questioned. We have, this month, seen examples of both.

Why is water claiming what we know belongs to nutrition?

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