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Why do I feel ‘tired all the time’?

By |October 31st, 2018|

The most common problem clients mention in my nutrition clinic is feeling  ‘tired all the time’. GP’s hear it too. Beyond running a full blood test to look for possible causes there can be no real solutions on offer.

Here are the top 6 reasons I find my clients are feeling tired all the time:

Food intolerances:

If […]

Toilet troubles: Bowel urgency.

By |October 3rd, 2018|

There are a few reasons that you might need to go to the toilet urgently! An need to empty your bowels asap could be because …..

You are stressed: Fight or flight impacts digestion and causes bowel emptying. Any stressful situation – acute or longer-term could have this effect. Over time this affects nutrient balance […]

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, […]

3 special nutrients to help your teenager overcome low mood

By |May 11th, 2016|

Teenagers are particularly prone to developing low mood. It’s not just the external pressures that affect them but internal ones too. I find that correcting nutrient status and biochemistry can help a teen conquer low mood without the need for medication.

The increased nutrient demands of puberty put a teenager at risk of mood disorders both at […]

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: 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 […]

Food intolerance testing – is it worth it?

By |July 14th, 2014|

 

Food intolerances are rife. They can be responsible for many symptoms from aches and pains, skin problems to weight gain. They can sometimes take a great deal of detective work to pin down but is food intolerance testing worth the cost?

I’ve always recommended to my clients that they save their money and test for food […]