Severe constipation is one of the main reasons parents attend with their child. The likelihood of ending up in A and E with bowel trouble is even higher if you have a child with autism. With the possibility of anal tears, compaction and severe discomfort this is problem that needs to be tackled at the […]
Ms Yvonne on October 11, 2017 at 20:27:34
Sarah Hanratty was patient, took the time to listen, asked questions to ascertain the reasons/causes for the symptoms. Gave suggestions of tests I should seek from my GP and I was given a Food Programme to work with, along with suggestive supplements to speed up my recovery.
JodieN on September 17, 2017 […]
This case study shows how important nutrition can be in the management of anxiety.
Kate struggled with acute anxiety for at least ten years. She recalls being anxious as a child too and struggled to remember a time when she didn’t feel this way.
In her early twenties she had self harmed and although she no longer […]
Selective eating and autism.
It is not unusual to find children with selective eating habits and it is very common in children with autism. Restricting food intake to a limited number of foods and refusing to eat other foods is a common issue in families with a child with autism. There is a complex interaction of […]
Recovery from anorexia is a delicate process. Even with a combination of medical management and therapy those who make a full recovery still walk a fine line between remission and relapse. It can be an ongoing battle.
In the years following recovery there are sometimes lingering health issues that are often overlooked. These issues can contribute […]
The incidence of early onset-dementia, depression, Alzheimer’s and brain-based disorders is increasing rapidly. Understanding what our brains need to remain fit and function well is a key element to remaining healthy into our old age. What do our brains need to stay healthy and prevent deterioration?
Inflammation in the brain has most recently been linked […]
It’s not something people talk about much, if at all, but our poo can tell us a lot about our health. If you flush the toilet and never look back then this article is not for you. But if you’ve ever wondered what your stool can tell you about the inner workings of your body […]
Are you following the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Protocol (Gaps)?
Are you ready for the Introduction Diet?
What is the Introduction Diet?
It is an intensive stage of the gaps protocol which is used to accelerate gut healing and improve progress. Despite it’s name, it doesn’t have to be done at the start of the protocol.
Who should do […]
Are you wondering if you have SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth)? Symptoms of SIBO can overlap with symptoms of other digestive issues, making identifying it harder.
So how can you tell if you have SIBO?
If there is bacterial overgrowth in your small intestine you will most likely have some of the following symptoms:
It can be tough to follow a new diet and fitness regime when you struggle with sugar cravings. Sugar is highly addictive and can be a tough habit to kick. The good news is that once you have removed sugar from your diet, with time and the right fuel, your cravings can diminish significantly.