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Nutrition: Managing stress at Christmas

By |December 3rd, 2018|

Battling through the loft to find the decorations, shopping, more shopping, nights out, working out whether to use Nigella’s or Jamie’s sprout recipe (Nigella, every time)? School concerts, getting excited children to SLEEP, remembering to move the Elf each night. Or maybe you have stress of a different kind – eating food and drink that […]

Anxiety: Clues from an Organic Acid Test (OAT).

By |November 17th, 2018|

An Organic Acid Test (OAT) measures by-products of cellular metabolism in a urine sample. These metabolites give us an insight into different processes in our body. These metabolites can give us an indication of levels of gut bacteria, yeasts, effectiveness of mitochondrial function, detoxification, levels of oxalates and some neurotransmitter levels too.

The Organic Acid Test can […]

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 […]

What is Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS)?

By |October 8th, 2018|

Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS)  is a nutritional protocol initially created to help people with autism, depression, mental illness and auto immune disorders.

GAPS is a nutritional protocol devised by Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride in the 1998 based on her clinical work with individuals with autism. She found that many of her patients with autism also […]

Get a Happy Mood Using Food.

By |September 27th, 2018|

Supporting your mood with the right diet is easier than you think. Here are 10 tips to get you started …

Avoid foods that play havoc with your blood sugar levels. Keep sugar, artificial sweeteners, fizzy drinks and sweet foods out of your diet.
Eat protein. Plenty of it with each meal and snack to […]

Nutrition Case Study: Anxiety and binge-eating.

By |April 19th, 2018|

This case study shows how important nutrition can be in the management of anxiety.

Kate struggled with acute anxiety for at least ten years. She recalls being anxious as a child too and struggled to remember a time when she didn’t feel this way.

In her early twenties she remembered being really concerned about food and weight, […]

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 […]

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 […]

The REAL cause of depression and low mood.

By |April 29th, 2016|

Low mood that you cannot shake, that is ongoing and never seems to end might be labelled depression. Your GP might offer antidepressants or therapy to help you through. But if the real cause is a physical imbalance in your body then neither of these will help you over the longer term. You will always […]

Is there an alternative to anti-depressants?

By |December 31st, 2015|

An unshakable low mood that cannot be explained 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 there is a […]