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3 key nutrients to breakthrough depression

By |November 29th, 2016|

The wonderful thing about nutritional therapy is that the patient is able to help themselves. This is particularly important in illnesses like depression where nothing seems within your control. You can help yourself, you just need to know where to start. There are some simple nutrients that can have a huge impact on depression. We […]

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 […]

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 […]

Is your weight loss diet making you depressed?

By |January 8th, 2016|

Low fat, no fat, cut the fat! Are you opting for low fat foods, avoiding full fat dairy, red meat or butter? If you are there might be some unexpected side effects. Your efforts to lose weight could result in depression and over the longer term even self harm and suicide.

As well as providing us […]

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 […]

Do you get ‘hangry’?

By |November 10th, 2015|

‘Hangry’; When you are so hungry you become frustrated or angry, or both.There is a moment when your blood sugar dips so low that you need food NOW! Until you get it you are irritable, cranky and really unpleasant to be around.

Being hangry is a sign of reactive hypoglycaemia, when blood sugar levels rise and fall […]

Can nutrition really make a difference to our feelings and mood?

By |November 2nd, 2015|

Is there a connection between our mood and the food we eat? Absolutely! Eating the wrong foods can make you more prone to depression, low mood, anxiety and less ability to cope. This is because the wrong diet can lead to dysfunction in the areas of the body that work hard to keep us mentally-well.

What […]

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 […]