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Sleep (Part 2)

Sleep (Part 2)

          Something I love to promote in my clients is good sleep. One of my earliest clients came to see me about chronic insomnia which was preventing her from completing her PhD. We worked together for just a few months before she started […]

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Sleep (Part 1)

Sleep (Part 1)

          Summer is a glorious season, but I think many of us would agree that one of its downsides is the danger of getting much less sleep! Just as well that we take holidays this time of year… Extra heat, and early morning […]

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Juice Debates and Client Recipes

Juice Debates and Client Recipes

You would be forgiven for thinking that, as a Nutritionist, I would be in favour of all kinds of fruit and vegetable juices. But no! In fact, homemade juices are a huge subject of controversy and absolutely don’t get a straightforward thumbs-up from the nutrition world. There […]

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Slow Cooking: Slowing Down While Keeping Up

Slow Cooking: Slowing Down While Keeping Up

Happy Advent, dear readers. Whatever December holds for you, I trust that this month’s blog will inspire you with warming ideas for winter. The last couple of years, I’ve reflected on Advent and Christmas in a few different ways. Customs of Advent can be seen as a […]

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Still savouring the summer: blackberries

Still savouring the summer: blackberries

Oh, it is the season for blackberries! If you have been in the UK lately, and fortunate enough to be near some countryside or hedgerows, you will likely have seen the bramble bushes getting ready for a bumper crop. This magical time of the year – when […]

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Digestive discomforts – and SIBO

Digestive discomforts – and SIBO

If you ever scan health subjects in the media, you may have heard the acronym ‘SIBO’ being bandied about. Now that the wider public is becoming better informed about gut health, it’s emerged as a bit of a buzzword. What is SIBO? SIBO stands for Small Intestinal […]

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What about fasting?

What about fasting?

Advent is nearly upon us – and it may surprise you to hear that Advent was once a season of fasting! It was a way of preparing for Christmas, rather like Lent. Then it fell from favour, and fasting was seen as an unusual religious practice: something […]

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Gut

Gut

Getting to the Guts of the Matter: A Book Review. I often remind my clients that gut health is vital. Let me introduce you to a wonderful book that helps to explain why! Giulia Enders is a doctoral student in gastroenterology in Germany. Her publication, Gut: The […]

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Drinking Water

Drinking Water

Many clients ask: which sort of water is best to drink? On a hot summer day, it isn’t difficult to remind people that drinking water is important. Even the London Underground is asking people to carry bottles of water! Hot weather makes us thirstier because our bodies […]

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Organic food: is it worth the extra cost?

Organic food: is it worth the extra cost?

Why buy organic? Organic food is often more expensive than non-organic. My clients often ask me, are the benefits of organic produce truly worth the investment? Well, my answer to this question is pretty simple: yes! In this month’s blog, I hope to show you why, with […]

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