Nutri-Facts

6
Apr

Diabetes explained easily in short video

27
Jan

Tips : Reduce Harmful chemicals

Tips to reduce our chemical exposure in day-to-day life Nicotine Patches, Birth Control Patches and Fake Tan are unquestionable proof that the products we rub on our skin are absorbed by the skin, enter the blood stream and travel throughout the body, even as far as the brain. Is there a link with the increased rates of Alzheimers, Parkinson, Cancers,
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2
Jan

Questionnaire to help you set realistic New Year Goals 2016

Do you want to change something in 2016 to achieve even greater happiness? Where to start?  Rate your level of happiness with the 5 areas of life           1= very happy  10= very unhappy Work ____ Love ____ Family ____ Social/ Friend network ____ Community/sense of belonging ____ Do you want to change any of these areas of your life? Yes or No      ____

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16
Dec

Eat healthily for a razor-sharp mind at work

The type, frequency and portion size of foods we eat, affect our hormone and brain chemical levels. In the workplace, especially during a demanding period, we need our minds to be razor-sharp and to effortlessly feel a flow of energy through our body. When stretched, we often use caffeine, starchy-carbohydrate foods and sugary treats which can create the opposite effect to
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11
Dec

New foods trends from 2015

5 very nutritious foods introduced to you in 2015 Swiss Chard Chard, commonly referred to as Swiss Chard, are green leaves, smooth or curly with colourful stems. Both the leaves and stalks are edible. They come from the same family as beets and spinach. They are very rich in nutrients and as I often search on my database for foods
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8
Dec

Bone Broth – soothes sore stomachs (GUT)

Over the holiday period, our guts take a bit of battering from all sorts of rich foods and this coincides with a period where we have bones left over from turkey, chicken, lamb or beef. This is an ideal time of year to gather leftover bones and make an amazing bone broth. Bone broths are one of the best foods

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6
Oct

Tips to avoid colds & weight-gain in 2015/16

When you get a cold, all you want is sugar and comfort food and  healthy eating becomes a thing of the past. A cold or flu while in the office, is debilitating and can affect your overall performance and mood. It is best to do everything you can to avoid falling ill this year.   There are early signs Feeling tired or lethargic,

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19
Aug

Preventing Disease by changing Diets- the most up to date research findings

  This programme is a MUST-WATCH for all my clients interested in the science behind nutrition. It summarises the most recent scientific research about the link between food and disease and health. The main link is our gut bacteria. What we eat determines the composition of our gut bacteria and our gut bacteria may determine what disease we express and

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10
Aug

Skin Health – Itching, rashes, hives, congestion…

Itching, Hives, Rashes along with multiple-organ symptoms may indicate high Histamine levels. Skin flare-ups can occur from a build-up and poor breakdown of histamine. If histamine accumulates in the body, we can experience multiple symptoms throughout the body. Changing your diet may help to reduce your skin flare-ups. Addressing the trigger behind histamine build-up is the key issue i.e. what

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8
Aug

Diabetes – Tips & Supplements

Insulin is the hormone that controls the usage and storage of glucose (sugar) and the storage of fat in the body. Glucose is very chemically reactive in the bloodstream and needs tight management by Insulin, otherwise it damages proteins in the blood such as red blood cell, affecting the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to small capillaries in the feet,

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