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A Word on ANTACIDS & H.Pylori

How many of you suffer the occasional bout of heartburn?  Judging by the sales of Rennies, Gaviscon and other over the counter antacids, the answer is probably quite a few….

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“Good for Gut Health”

What is ‘gut health’ – is it merely an absence of gut disease?  ‘Good for gut health’ is a term often emblazoned on food packaging, though rarely do they explain…

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Christmas 2015 Newsletter

This Christmas I have some tips for managing digestion, with the expectation of  over-full tummies, and some gluten-free mince pies to impress your guests (they’ll never guess!). And my sign…

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Gluten-free mince pies

Mince pies are synonymous with Christmas, and great to have in store for visitors dropping in at Christmas. If you’re gluten-free you don’t have to miss out! This recipe more…

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Neuroinflammation and Alzheimer’s Disease

Most of us know someone who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, but how many of us know that research is now categorising it as a ‘disease of civilisation’ – i.e….

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Migraines

September 4th 2016 marks the start of Migraine Awareness week. Click on the link for more information.

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Nutritional Therapy in Primary Care?

More than once I have heard a patient say ‘we need one of your kind in every GP practice’, and I smile and I think – so true, but in…

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Spring 2016 Newsletter

I know Spring is a little confused this year – some of you have had daffodils in bloom since Christmas, but one thing’s for sure, longer days, lighter evenings and…

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It’s a Bug’s Life!

Most people are aware that the human body is filled and covered with trillions of bacteria, they outnumber our own cells 10 to 1 and we symbiotically co-exist – with…

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Spring 2017 newsletter

The Daffodils are bringing welcome colour to Spring gardens and Magnolia blossoms are on the cusp of bursting forth as I type this. It’s definitely my favourite time of year! …

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