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6 signs you have a ‘leaky gut’.

By |March 23rd, 2017|

A leaky gut is not always accompanied by other digestive symptoms such as bloating and heartburn. These symptoms can co-exist with a leaky gut but the absence of them doesn’t rule out the possibility of a dysfunctional gut wall. The gut wall is the barrier between what we eat and our other body organs, when […]

5 steps to banish bloating.

By |December 26th, 2016|

Do you find that by the end of the day you need to loosen you belt or look as if you might be pregnant? If bloating is getting you down here are our top tips for banishing the bloat for good!

1. Chew your food.
Good digestion begins in the mouth with chewing your food well. […]

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 […]

Busting myths: The Truth About Anorexia Nervosa.

By |September 19th, 2016|

1. It’s not all in the mind.
The way we view anorexia has not changed much over the years. Despite the progress made in medical science we still have an archaic view of anorexia. It is presumed to be caused by a combination of genetics and an idealised perception of thinness along with wider familial complications […]

Gluten, depression and low mood.

By |March 24th, 2016|

Some people think I’m crazy when I talk about this. I used to be selective about who I told, but now I’m just going to put it out there for everyone to see because I want to raise awareness.

I believe that non celiac gluten sensitivity can make you feel low. Really low. Eating sandwiches […]

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 […]

Hyperactive, defiant or unfocused child? Can nutrition help?

By |November 18th, 2015|

Is your child hyperactive? Or defiant? Or unfocused at school? 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 hard to keep the glucose in our bloodstream […]

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 […]

Nutrition Case study: Depression, IBS, muscle and joint aches and TATT (tired all the time).

By |November 12th, 2015|

When Brenda first came to my clinic she rated her mood at an all time low of 0/10.  She had been depressed for a number of years and it had worsened after the birth of her second child.

Her joints were often stiff, especially in the morning and she felt like her muscles ached all the […]

10 ways to kick comfort eating to the kerb!

By |October 26th, 2015|

If you’ve tried every self-help book on the shelf to stop comfort eating and still get cosy with a family bag of Doritos in the evening then this blog post is for you!

We have been led to believe that comfort eating is the result of external pressures – a bad day, a rubbish week, or […]