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Too … er … gassy? Here’s why.

By |November 29th, 2016|

It’s embarrassing when you have excess wind, even more so when it’s particularly smelly. Why does it effect some people more than others?

There are foods that are more complex for your digestive system to break down and are therefore more likely to cause wind. As my kids point out ‘beans, beans good for your heart, […]

Why won’t my child eat?

By |October 13th, 2016|

Carefully crafted, home cooked meals are shunned in favour of a plate of smiley potato faces and chicken nuggets once again. For the fifth time this week. You can’t remember the last time they ate something green, beige – yes, green never.

Children go through a phase during their toddler years where they have a […]

Why can’t I lose weight?

By |October 13th, 2016|

Does calories in -calories out = weight loss?

If there is truth in the calories in versus calories out = weight loss then that salad must’ve been packed full with hidden calories. You’ve eaten it daily for the last 3 weeks. You’ve spent hours in the gym, tried Zumba and running. Slimming world is your weekly […]

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 […]

Gut not healing? Still reacting to food? Here’s 4 reasons why …..

By |September 28th, 2016|

You have tried all the recommended products and protocols – probiotics, L-Glutamine, chicken stock, removing problem foods, removing more problem foods! You have fine-tuned your digestion with the right diet and supplements – but you still cannot tolerate so many foods. Even worse, you seem to be reacting to more foods than when you started […]

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 […]

Is zinc the cure for the common cold?

By |December 14th, 2015|

Zinc fights the common cold?
Recent research has highlighted how supplementing with zinc can help fight off colds and flu. Zinc is a powerful immune boosting supplement that stops the multiplication of viruses – but have we finally found a cure for the common cold?

A closer look showed that zinc supplementation shortened the duration of a […]

Children’s health: Poor concentration, impulsivity and hyperactivity. How nutrition can help.

By |November 18th, 2015|

Is your child struggling at school? Is being lively, impulsive or unfocused causing problems with their learning?  Nutrition can help.

The importance of diet cannot be overlooked when trying to understand children’s behaviour. There are five critical areas that need to be considered when helping children with concentration and behavioural issues.

Blood sugar balance.

The body works […]

Nutrition case study: IBS, anxiety, alcohol and leaky gut.

By |November 17th, 2015|

Paul was feeling desperate when he came to see me. He said he had spent years abusing his body by drinking excessive amounts of alcohol and not eating well. Now he was drinking less and trying to eat better but almost all foods would produce loose, watery stools. He wasn’t able to identify particular foods […]

Nutrition Case Study: Low mood, stressed, yeast infections and mercury issues.

By |November 17th, 2015|

Anna came to see me because she was struggling with low mood and felt less and less able to cope with everyday life. She felt tired all the time, anxious and depressed. She had discovered that when she felt unhappy she would eat a poor diet and this exacerbated the way she felt. But she […]