Instigator for positive change (N.B. please bear in mind that I started writing this before bumbling, boring Boris put us back in lockdown in the UK. No offence is intended with this post) The other day I went for a dog walk out the back gate in sunny Sussex, something some of you who wereContinue reading “What have your Tipping Points been?”
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Immune Boost – 8 Ways to Naturally Support your Defence System
Well no one can escape the spot light being shone on the importance of our immune systems & health in 2020. It is more important than ever to help our inherent defence system work effectively and provide all the nourishment it needs to thrive. Normal seasonal sniffles, flu, childhood illnesses and other challenges to ourContinue reading “Immune Boost – 8 Ways to Naturally Support your Defence System”
RESET Programme invitation & an exciting new feature
I hope you are well and life is treating you gently at the moment. We had a little break away last week, going on two camping trips. After listen to what kind of journeys various friends have been on over the past few months it’s really clear that different coping mechanisms have been used toContinue reading “RESET Programme invitation & an exciting new feature”
Munching & Chewing
Lets take a step back. The other day I posted about heartburn and on reflection realised I missed a massive and very important part of digestion. Ironically, this is something many of us miss out too – CHEWING properly, the bit between thinking about food and it entering the stomach. How often do you chewContinue reading “Munching & Chewing”
Heartburn – do you suffer from this?
This is something I see very frequently in practice. The majority of cases are not actually too much acid but too LITTLE acid (get in touch if you would like me to chat you through this common issue). Insufficient amount of stomach acid can be due to illness, infection, wrong food choices, over consumption ofContinue reading “Heartburn – do you suffer from this?”
When was the last time you got excited about food?
When was the last time you got excited about eating? Did you know that the first stage of digestion is thinking about food? Here are 3 tips to help get your saliva flowing again and take the pressure off the relentless meal-making at home. Over the past few months, being at home more, has meantContinue reading “When was the last time you got excited about food?”
5 Top Tips to help overcome Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms
Do you struggle with digestive issues? Have you been diagnosed as having IBS? Even with a diagnosis are you struggling with your symptoms? IBS can affect every part of your life, lead to anxiety, depression, affect your immune system (80% of our immune response is in the gut) and mean you can’t live your lifeContinue reading “5 Top Tips to help overcome Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms”
Sugar & Spice & all things nice……
How do you know if sugar is something you have a problem with? It’s hidden in so many different foods, sometimes in plain sight that we don’t even notice when we are eating it. Do you get an energy slump mid morning and/or mid afternoon? Do you feel sleepy after meals? Is caffeine what youContinue reading “Sugar & Spice & all things nice……”
4 Skin Care Products, 2 Ingredients, Under £7!
I have a mission – to reach 100 people over the next 3 months and help them make a small step (s) towards living a healthier and more eco-friendly life. We all need to make positive shifts to our lives to help ourselves and the Earth. Please share this post (there is also a signContinue reading “4 Skin Care Products, 2 Ingredients, Under £7!”
ZINC RICH FOODS
The immune system uses many nutrients that we need to replenish on a daily basis in order for it to stay strong and resilient. Now, more than ever, our immune systems need our support and we can do this with the food we put in our mouths. Each time we eat something we could potentiallyContinue reading “ZINC RICH FOODS”