Nutritional Therapy


An introduction to Nutritional Therapy

Food’s influence on our health was recognised over two thousand years ago by Hippocrates who said, Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” and this is upheld by research, which is beginning to demonstrate the enormous potential that many nutrients have in the treatment of degenerative diseases, chronic conditions and even the …

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21 Oct, 2013

Out of our depth

Some days we just feel equipped, other days we feel we could conquer the world. You know the feeling, when you can’t seem to lift your mood, you can’t see a way forward and you can’t work out what to do next.

It usually comes about when you’ve got too much to do and you don’t know where to start first. It all becomes too much. Well the good part is the feeling doesn’t last, but the bad part is that …

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19 Oct, 2013

My on-going health

My problems with illness are always potentially problems waiting on the side lines. Waiting too late to eat yesterday morning, not snacking early enough during the course of the afternoon because I was out and having to deal with more family issues added to my health problems.

On going to bed I couldn’t sleep and spent the early morning sitting up with chronic digestion problems. I need to make sure I keep up with my health as much as I can, so I don’t get caught out …

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16 Oct, 2013

Set in our ways

The younger we are the more open we are to change; the older we are the more resistant to change we become. The reality for all of us is that change will happen, whether we’re ready for it or not.

How we perceive and adapt to change will always determine our health and wellbeing. There’s no getting away from that. Research carried out by the National Institute of Health, concludes that …

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15 Oct, 2013

A tiring week

I’m lucky that no two days are the same. My thoughts and feelings come and go and they’re never the same twice. Once I’ve got my thoughts out on paper, I don’t always remember what those thoughts are, which means I carry less stress.

It’s been a long and tiring week dealing with outstanding issues brought about by my father’s passing, but I think we’re …

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13 Oct, 2013

The competitive life

From the minute we’re born, we’re encouraged to be competitive with our siblings, our peers and to some extent in society too. We’re expected to conform, to compete and to win.

I have never bought into the idea that it’s more important to win, primarily because it takes a few minutes to bask in the glory of winning, but it takes a lifetime to understand how to deal …

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12 Oct, 2013