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Functional Testing: Depression

By |December 3rd, 2018|

Physiological factors can affect the way we think and feel. Mental health issues can have a physical cause. Of course, there are life circumstances that can lead to depression but what about depression with no known cause? 

You can run functional lab tests to find out which physiological factors could be influencing your mood and well-being. These […]

Why does heartburn or GERD worsen in winter?

By |December 3rd, 2018|

As the darker days draw in some people find their symptoms of GERD and acid reflux worsen. If this happens to you it is worth finding out if you have adequate levels of vitamin D. Levels of vitamin D will naturally fall over the winter months when we have less exposure to sunshine. Research suggests […]

Do you struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? 

By |November 17th, 2018|

Low levels of vitamin D might be the cause. 

We get very little vitamin D from food, sunlight is our main source. Vitamin D is crucial staying well and fighting of the winter bugs but it is also important for serotonin production. This is the neurotransmitter that helps us to feel calm and happy. Vitamin D […]

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 […]

4 ways to handle heartburn (without using medication).

By |October 9th, 2017|

Heartburn causes so much discomfort it’s easy to reach for a quick fix. However, this approach can make your heartburn worse in the long run. If your GP prescribes proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) you might initially find relief, but before long you will be reliant on them as the rebound reflux without them can be […]

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 […]

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 […]

Is zinc the cure for the common cold?

By |December 14th, 2015|

Zinc fights the common cold?
Recent research has highlighted how supplementing with zinc can help fight off colds and flu. Zinc is a powerful immune boosting supplement that stops the multiplication of viruses – but have we finally found a cure for the common cold?

A closer look showed that zinc supplementation shortened the duration of a […]

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 […]