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Top 3 supplements to support children’s health

By |November 21st, 2018|

Parents need children’s supplements to be effective but we need them to taste good too.  The daily battle of parents cajoling, bribing and sometimes begging their child to take their supplements is not to be relished.

Here are some of my favourite supplements for children:

1.Biocare Red Berry Melts

A perfect blend of tasty berries and good bacteria […]

Children and constipation

By |September 18th, 2018|

Constipation.
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 […]

Can I get rid of eczema for good?

By |November 6th, 2017|

Eczema is a chronic condition that requires multiple approaches to achieve and maintain long term relief. If you are struggling to keep eczema at bay consider applying all four stages of this integrated approach.

Avoid or minimise triggers.

Identify your specific triggers and then avoid them. This is harder with environmental triggers than it is with […]

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 […]

Do probiotics cure EVERYTHING?

By |September 14th, 2016|

If you’ve been keeping up to date with the science of the microbiome (gut bugs to you and me!) then you’ll have noticed that poor gut flora is being linked to a myriad of health woes.  They can help with everything from allergies and sensory issues to depression and auto-immune diseases. You’d be forgiven for […]

Is there an alternative to anti-depressants?

By |December 31st, 2015|

That unshakable low mood that cannot be explained is something that 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 […]

Infographic – factors affecting gut microbes

By |August 6th, 2015|

Download our Infographic – Factors Affecting Gut Microbes

Those of us working in nutritional medicine and those who have tried to manipulate our gut microbes through diets like the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome Protocol) are fully aware of how easily our gut microbes can be affected by external influences. Many of those with children following […]

3 little known ways nutrition influences anxiety ….

By |June 29th, 2015|

 Yes! Your diet could be making you anxious. Here are just three ways that can happen – but there are actually many more!

1. Unidentified food intolerances. Repeated exposure to foods your body reacts to causes an inflammatory cascade. Your body responds by releasing cortisol to counteract the response. Long-term cortisol release places massive demands on […]

Are artificial sweeteners the answer to obesity?

By |January 15th, 2015|

 

In a desperate bid to appear socially responsible and to meet government recommendations manufacturers are rushing to reduce sugar in their products. This is admirable, but a worrying trend is emerging. Sugar content is being lowered but more artificial sweeteners are being added.

Despite the controversial nature of these sweeteners, they are set to become a […]