Wellbeing Guidelines

The vital role of our gut bacteria and gut health in protecting us against inflammation and autoimmune disorders

More than 80 autoimmune conditions have been identified so far; the incidence of autoimmune disease is increasing and women are at greater risk of developing an autoimmune disorder...

October 19th, 2017|Wellbeing Guidelines|0 Comments

Why not try seed cycling to help balance your hormones naturally!

Seed cycling provides natural support for hormone balancing. It can help with almost any symptom related to hormones including pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS), acne & other skin complaints, normalising the menstrual cycle, peri-menopause, post-menopausal [...]

May 18th, 2017|Wellbeing Guidelines|0 Comments

Supplementing vitamin D may be beneficial for peri-menopausal women

Approximately 1 in 5 people in the UK have low levels of vitamin D and many people are considered deficient. If you are peri-menopausal, dark skinned, overweight and/or have a gastrointestinal condition such as [...]

March 21st, 2017|Wellbeing Guidelines|0 Comments

Personaised Nutrition by Prediction of Glycemic Responses. It’s those bugs again!

They’ve demolished another slice of nutrition dogma: the glycemic index of foods. We knew that diet affected the microbiome, we knew that the microbiome is important for immune and nutrient status but we did not know how key it is for determining the rate of glycemic response for all foods. This Video Abstract is by [...]

April 3rd, 2016|Wellbeing Guidelines|0 Comments

The benefits of eating raw dairy

Raw cheese has a far superior flavour and texture to the plastic blandness of the widely available commercially produced and wrapped cheeses you often find in supermarkets. They are more expensive but they are worth it in my opinion. As a nutritional therapist, I am very conscious about what I eat and drink. Raw cheese [...]

February 23rd, 2016|Wellbeing Guidelines|0 Comments

Check out the new BANT Wellbeing Guidelines

Choose root vegetables and whole grains instead of refined carbohydrates and grains such as bread and pasta: Eat sparingly. Eat a Rainbow: a varied diet of 7 differently coloured fruit and vegetables per day.

January 7th, 2016|Wellbeing Guidelines|0 Comments