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Probiotics

Our bodies are populated by trillions of bacteria of differing species, found on the skin, in the gut and all mucous membranes such as the mouth, vagina, nose and lungs. While bacterial cells may be small, experts estimate that they outnumber our human cells 10:1 and as such they contribute hugely to our overall health. […]

16th December, 2016 Read more...

Endocrine disrupting chemicals

Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDC) are found throughout our environment – in our water supply, our food containers and water bottles, and in the many common household and cosmetic products we use on a daily basis. Such widespread, repeated and long-term exposure poses a very real risk to our hormonal health. What is an endocrine disrupting […]

16th December, 2016 Read more...

Ketogenic diets

Ketogenic diets are increasing in popularity and may offer a drug-free alternative to treatment for serious health conditions such as epilepsy and Alzheimer’s disease. What is a ketogenic diet? Ketogenic diets, in general, tend to be very low in carbohydrates, moderate in protein and high in fat. Developed in the 1920s by Russel Wilder as […]

6th November, 2016 Read more...

Nightshade and Salicylate Sensitivity

We all know that fruits and vegetables are good for us – they contain vitamins, minerals and antioxidants necessary for vibrant health. But they also contain compounds that can, in sensitive individuals, promote unpleasant symptoms and contribute to inflammatory conditions.  Are you suffering from salicylate sensitivity ? What are salicylates? Salicylates are the salts or esters […]

5th November, 2016 Read more...

EMR – electro-magnetic radiation dangers

EMR and its impact on Health It’s hard to remember a world before smart phones, iPads and other similar gadgets. They may be fun to use and make our lives easier, but at what cost to our health? EMR radiation Electromagnetic radiation, or EMR, is the radiant energy released by various electromagnetic processes such as […]

14th October, 2016 Read more...

Mycotoxins

There are thought to be around 50,000 species of mycotoxins, with 200 posing risk to human health, including increased risk of autism, depression, neurotoxicity and even cancer. These toxic species of mould are harmful to health because they produce toxins known as ‘mycotoxins’. Mycotoxins damage health in various ways, by binding to DNA and RNA; by […]

14th October, 2016 Read more...

sun exposure

The importance of sun exposure Most public health messages about sun exposure focus on its dangers, but there are concerns mounting that sun avoidance could instead be putting health at risk. Whether to prevent skin cancer or accelerated ageing, we are urged to shun the sun and apply sunscreen every day, but as a result […]

20th August, 2016 Read more...

Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease – a new approach Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a poorly understood, progressive neurological condition that affects approximately 30 million people worldwide. It can be seen to be a disease of modern civilization, and while conventional thinking labels it as irreversible, recent research suggests that with the right approach, this may not be the […]

20th August, 2016 Read more...

Chronic fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a multi-factorial, challenging condition with many possible underlying causes and contributory factors. First reported in Southwest United States in the 1980s by a physician called Dr Paul Cheyney, Chronic fatigue syndrome was identified as a condition charactised by debilitating fatigue, swollen glands, exercise intolerance, brain fog, muscle weakness and a […]

30th June, 2016 Read more...

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is crucial to our health yet many of us are unaware how common deficiency can be, and its link with conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, autoimmune disease and cancer. Vitamin B12, or cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin containing the trace element cobalt, and it plays a key role in the health […]

30th June, 2016 Read more...

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