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Susceptibilities and Co-morbidities

Susceptibilities and Co-morbidities

Since the first lockdown, my practice has gotten so busy, needing to cut my hours and get support so I can actually do some e-courses for people to empower themselves and not rely on snippets and feel ‘trapped’ by fear. I have seen people shrink in from the fear, lose weight, gain weight from stress eating, become anxious, getting angry (me too) and lose loved ones for all sorts of reasons. I know of three clients who have tried to take their lives. I...
When The Ovaries Retire

When The Ovaries Retire

When we are born, we have no choice over the health of our adrenals, our mother’s health, her mental-emotional well being, our maternal history, the environment that we are conceived in, the medications that she had been taking, for example, the birth control pill prior to falling pregnant will all impact our adrenal health. Her health pre, peri and post-pregnancy impacts our adrenals. ..Let’s just say her WHOLE well being is really in the interest of...
The Cholesterol Mania

The Cholesterol Mania

The ‘statin mania’ is in full force. Yesterday on my way back from a meeting in London on the train, I overheard two older women discussing their cholesterol levels and one of them was absolutely convinced her joint pains started after the cholesterol-lowering medication she was put on. I joined in their conversation and discovered both of them were also put on vitamin D to boot,  no respect for the ‘holy trinity’. Statins are a class of...
Back To School Nutrition

Back To School Nutrition

Hi everyone, So the summer holidays are over and for some they were over a few weeks ago…..so after several requests here goes on some nutritional tips. First I would like to shatter the myth that just because a child goes back to school after the summer break does not mean they ‘catch colds’ at school. The reason why children for the first few weeks can get a cold or feel unwell with fevers or stomach bugs is basically their immune system is going through a bit...