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Get walking, get foraging!

Blackberry and apple crumble is a favourite pudding of mine and the late summer hedgerows contain an abundance of these berries, ripe and ready for picking. Berries of all descriptions…

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Gluten confusion

It’s no wonder the general public occasionally lose faith with healthcare and science!  A small column on page 19 of THE WEEK with an eye-catching headline in red: ‘The fad…

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GF blueberry Scones

Very occasionally, even Nutritional Therapists need to indulge in something wicked!  And these scones from an earlier issue of ‘Eating & Living Gluten-Free‘ magazine just jumped out of the page…

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Christmas 2016 newsletter

For those of you feeling ‘time-poor’ and still with a pile of cards to write, skip to part 2 for a few festive tips to ease you through this indulgent…

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New Year Resolutions?

New Year, new start, new plans, new RESOLUTIONS . . . How many have you made? Unfortunately, most New Year resolutions, whilst admirable in intent, often set people up for…

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Leaky-gut Syndrome

This condition is becoming increasingly prevalent and is now understood to be an underlying factor in autoimmune conditions and many allergies and food sensitivities. People with eczema, psoriasis, headaches/migraines, brain fog…

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Vitamin D deficiency linked to higher...

Humans derive most of their vitamin D from sun exposure, and a little from oily fish, but has our awareness that too much sunshine can be bad for your skin caused the current vitamin D deficiency that is now so prevalent in the UK?

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Blood Sugar

‘Blood sugar regulation’ and ‘insulin resistance’, are common parlance for Nutritional Therapists and Dieticians, but they can leave some clients slightly baffled.  Blood sugar regulation is fundamental to good health…

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Turmeric

A few clients have been asking about Turmeric – or more accurately – Curcumin, as a therapeutic anti-inflammatory for joint conditions, and as it is currently enjoying an explosion of…

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Natural Sweeteners

The press is rightly focusing attention on the detrimental health consequences of diets high in refined, processed sugar and now synthetic sweeteners (aspartame, sucralose, saccharin) have been shown to disrupt…

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