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What are the signs of magnesium deficiency?

By |October 16th, 2019|

Magnesium is a very common deficiency in the general population. Diets high in carbohydrate and sugar can cause a magnesium deficiency simply because it creates a need for additional magnesium to control blood sugar levels. This becomes a huge issue when a carbohydrate and sugar rich diet is also lacking magnesium. Heavy sweating during exercise […]

Nutrition Case Study: Anxiety and binge-eating.

By |April 19th, 2018|

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 remembered being really concerned about food and weight, […]

Do I Have Pyroluria?

By |July 20th, 2017|

Pyroluria is a little-known metabolic imbalance that can lead to the development of serious health issues over time. Pyroluria is suspected when their are raised levels of kryptopyroles in the urine. Kryptopyroles bind to zinc and B6, when they are excreted at high levels this can lead to conditions associated with deficiencies of these nutrients.

The […]

3 reasons you can’t stop comfort eating.

By |March 17th, 2017|

Comfort eating is one of the main reasons people tell me they can’t follow a healthy diet. The day starts with good intentions but by night-time whole tubs of ice cream or large packets of crisps have been consumed.
There are good physiological reasons for this common problem. The issue is complex but here are just […]

3 key nutrients to improve your mood.

By |November 29th, 2016|

The wonderful thing about nutrition programmes is that you can help yourself with simple changes. This is particularly important with low mood or depression where nothing seems within your control. You can make a huge impact on your mood, you just need to know where to start.

There are some simple nutrients that can really help […]

Comfort Eating: The gut bugs made me do it!

By |October 6th, 2016|

How gut bacteria influence comfort eating.

You really ‘need’ to eat that whole tub of ice cream. You’ve had a bad day. Do you lack willpower? Or is your physiology working against you? There are plenty of physical issues that result in comfort eating, rarely does it have anything to do with will power. Your gut […]

Biomedical Testing: Organic Acids Test (OAT) for Autism, Depression and Anxiety.

By |September 29th, 2016|

Organic Acid Test (OAT).

This type of biomedical testing can be useful for people with the following conditions:

Autism

ADHD

Depression

Anxiety

Here we take a look at some of the key information this test provides. The test examines over 70 different metabolites; we are going to take a brief look at some of them here.

Candida and other yeast overgrowths.

The organic […]

The REAL cause of depression and low mood.

By |April 29th, 2016|

Low mood that you cannot shake, that is ongoing and never seems to end might be labelled depression. Your GP might offer antidepressants or therapy to help you through. But if the real cause is a physical imbalance in your body then neither of these will help you over the longer term. You will always […]

Is there an alternative to anti-depressants?

By |December 31st, 2015|

An unshakable low mood that cannot be explained can plague our lives and those of our families until we are able to move forward. GP’s are unable to offer more than prescription anti-depressants and a promise of counselling, if resources allow. For those that are looking for an alternative to prescription drugs there is a […]

Nutrition case study: Asperger’s syndrome

By |December 23rd, 2015|

When I first met Callum he was 8 years old and had just been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. He was emotionally labile, struggled with basic social communication, was very anxious, he also had food intolerances. His parents were concerned that he wouldn’t be able to cope in mainstream school as he was hugely sensitive and […]