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Sean Kulyk

Sean Kulyk's response to an article by Jim Manson, in Natural Products magazine on the topic of 'the mantra there's no such thing as bad food, just a bad diet'; 27th February 2018:

Posted by Sean Kulyk

82 Days Ago


See below for Sean Kulyk's response to an article by Jim Manson, in Natural Products magazine on the topic of 'the mantra there’s no such thing as bad food, just a bad diet'; 27th February 2018:  https://www.naturalproductsglobal.com/opinion/busting-myth-no-thing-bad-food/ For years, the mantra ‘there’s no such thing as bad food, just a bad diet’ has been the junk food industry’s default... [read more]

Kara Mia Vernon

Why it's important to take Magnesium..

Posted by Kara Mia Vernon

275 Days Ago


  Magnesium is a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme reactions that help regulate the thousands of diverse biochemical reactions in the body. It's is required for energy production in all cells and is considered to be the 4th most important mineral in the body. It is a key component of bone, is required for the synthesis... [read more]

Melody Mackeown

Menopause:  Did you know the following Healthy Eating tips may help ease your symptoms?

Posted by Melody Mackeown

319 Days Ago


 Did you know that what you eat and stress reduction techniques may help you reduce your menopausal symptoms?  The below 6 steps are a good start to see if your symptoms improve:  1.      Follow a blood sugar balancing diet.  This means eating unrefined, low sugar carbohydrates, like wholegrain bread, rice, pasta and including proteins and healthy fats with... [read more]

Kara Mia Vernon

Gut Health with fermented foods - with recipe

Posted by Kara Mia Vernon

451 Days Ago


As a Nutritionist who specialises in Colon Hydrotherapy, I can tell you that I’ve seen the inside of more guts than most people. I have seen first-hand, thousands of times, how a colonic can make people appreciate their complex system of organs in a new way and how to make lasting changes to their lives. The gut is... [read more]

Beverley Gibbs

Is exercise causing distress for your gut?

Posted by Beverley Gibbs

556 Days Ago


Digestive Health We all like to feel the fitness and health benefits that exercise brings, but for some of us there are unwelcome side effects. The digestive system has to put up with a lot of disruption when we exercise (think of all that pounding up and down when running, being bent over when cycling, or swallowing... [read more]

Sylvia  Salvendy

Interstitial Cystitis (IC)

Posted by Sylvia  Salvendy

655 Days Ago


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Nathalie Vauterin

How to avoid gastro-intestinal problems during the London marathon?

Posted by Nathalie Vauterin

1046 Days Ago


Gastrointestinal complaints are very common among endurance athletes and are one of the main causes of underperformance in endurance events. Runner Gastrointestinal tract (GIT) distress has two main factors: Diversion of blood flow from the GIT to the muscles: When exercising at high intensity, muscles need to be supplied by oxygen-enriched blood. As such, our body diverts... [read more]

Caroline Peyton

Hydration- what should we drink?

Posted by Caroline Peyton

1073 Days Ago


Hydration- what should we drink? There are many conflicting stories of how much fluid we need and how much water we should have each day. Some people hate drinking just water whilst others believe they are being healthy by consuming 4L a day. How much fluid should we drink each day? As a guide most people should... [read more]

Emma Vanlint

Help with weight loss and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome symptoms

Posted by Emma Vanlint

1144 Days Ago


Many sufferers of PCOS find one of the most frustrating things about the disorder is their inability to lose weight.  Symptoms of PCOS can include feeling hungry all the time no matter what you eat, and this makes it very hard to lose weight. Polycystic Ovarian syndrome is a condition where small cysts grow on the ovaries.... [read more]

Emma Vanlint

Metabolic Balance: weight loss for hypothyroid sufferers

Posted by Emma Vanlint

1174 Days Ago


If you suffer from an underactive thyroid, (also known as hypothyroidism) you will have no doubt struggled to lose weight for years. Diagnosis of the condition for many is a huge relief as it provides an explanation for the symptoms, like coarse dry skin, weight gain, tiredness and difficulty sleeping.  Unfortunately, diagnosis and treatment don’t always result... [read more]


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