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3 special nutrients to help your depressed teen.

By |May 11th, 2016|

Teenagers are particularly prone to depression. 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 depression without the need for anti-depressants.

The increased nutrient demands of puberty put a teenager at risk of depression both at the time and in the […]

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|

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 […]

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: 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: 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 […]

Could a simple dietary change stop panic attacks?

By |October 5th, 2015|

 

It starts with a feeling of being unwell, spaced out, light-headed or shaky. What follows can be frightening –   your heart beats faster, breathing gets shallow and your chest can feel tight. These are typical symptom of panic attacks.

What happens during a panic attack?

When you begin to feel unwell this is because your blood sugar […]

Fatty liver disease – can nutrition help?

By |October 3rd, 2013|

Dietary treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has nothing to do with cutting out fat from the diet. In fact the opposite could be true. An article in the American Journal of Nutrition looked at the role a restricted carbohydrate diet might have on NAFLD. More specifically, they used a diet containing over 60% […]