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Ethical Nutrition: Is Veganism the answer?

Ethical Nutrition: Is Veganism the answer?

  You might remember my last blog post where I discussed two of the most important aspects of diet and lifestyle today: nutritious food and ethical eating. To continue the discussion on ethical eating, I’d like to spend some time on a question I’m often asked by […]

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Emma’s Research: Functional Medicine

Emma’s Research: Functional Medicine

In 2011 I did the first week long accredited “Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice” course in the UK but decided, at that stage, not to go on to do the full Functional Medicine training because it meant studying over in America.  But now the training is […]

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Ethical Eating

Ethical Eating

When we think about food today most of us agree that two things are important: nutritious food and ethical eating. It’s no use eating lots of food if it isn’t doing our body any good. Eating lots of sugary, processed food is not going to provide many […]

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The nutritious colours of Autumn!

The nutritious colours of Autumn!

  Autumn is a beautiful time of year, with misty mornings, crisp sunshine, fruitful harvests and cooler weather. It is also a challenging time of year, with lots of back-to-school bugs and workplace illnesses. This blog looks at ways to give your immune system a boost through […]

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Lyme’s Disease

Lyme’s Disease

Lyme’s disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia bungdorferi which is spread to humans via ticks which have already bitten an infected animal. Deer, sheep, mice, voles, hedgehogs and other insects also carry the disease and it is spread to humans through ticks which are found in […]

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Electromagnetic Energy

Electromagnetic Energy

In my latest blog on the importance of sleep I recommended that you turn your phone off at least an hour before bed and definitely not to use it immediately before bed. Research also suggests that it is important to sleep with your phone in a different […]

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Emma’s Research: Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO)

Emma’s Research: Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO)

  At the end of June, Tracey Randell, a Functional Medicine Practitioner and expert in gut health, ran an Advanced Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO) Workshop. Tracey runs the IBS Clinics on Harley Street and works for the well-known laboratory BioLab. According to research, 60-84% of all […]

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Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting

  A couple of years ago, I wrote about fasting in a blog during Advent, since this is traditionally a time of fasting in the lead-up to Christmas (similar to Lent in the lead-up to Easter). I looked at the different kinds of fasts people have done […]

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Emma’s Research: Thyroid Conditions

Emma’s Research: Thyroid Conditions

As many of you know, I am always interested in the latest research that can be used to benefit my clients. You will often find me talking with my colleagues about nutritional research, filling my office with books, journals and newsletters, and travelling to different parts of […]

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Restorative Sleep

Restorative Sleep

  Sleep was recognised to be central to good health at least as far back as 400B.C. Hippocrates (circa 460 B.C. to 375 B.C.), the famed Greek physician who set up his hospital on the island of Kos, wrote of the importance of sleep. He noted that […]

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