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November Blues

Friday, November 19th, 2010

November Blues – Living with Anxiety or Depression in Winter With the reduced daylight hours and the sun setting by mid- afternoon, November can be a mellow month. It’s tempting to want to warm ourselves up and boost our spirits by reaching for traditional comfort foods.  Unfortunately these tend to be stodgy, high-fat foods that […]

IBS case history

Friday, November 5th, 2010

Sarah came to see me last April complaining of constipation, stomach pains and tiredness. The first thing we did was improve her diet – she had got into the habit of grabbing a muffin and a coffee on the way into work, and sometimes not eating again until 4.00pm!  I get her to eat breakfast!  […]

Adrenal Fatigue – Or in plain English, Dog Tired!

Friday, October 29th, 2010

If you go to your doctor and complain of being tired, he or she might tell you just to go away and take things easy – as simple as that sounds, sometimes we can suffer the kind of tiredness that is not solved straight away just by resting.  Indeed, sometimes we can have the kind […]

Could meditation help IBS?

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

If you suffer from IBS, it may be that your doctor has mentioned that you could be suffering just from stress.  It is a funny word “stress” because the implication is that somehow you are just not coping.  Maybe a better word is pressure – because in busy lives that pressure can just build and […]

Slow Cookers – Good for your time management!

Friday, October 15th, 2010

I am loving my slow cooker.  If you don’t have one get one immediately!  I use the Crock Pot as quite a lot of the other ones are just plain ugly but the crock pot goes very nicely from the cooking unit to the table. If anyone doesn’t know what a slow cooker is, it […]

Basics of a healthy diet for guts

Friday, October 8th, 2010

Choose foods close to their natural state, source and season Water:  Spring water is best! Select foods that are free of additives and pollutants Whenever possible, use organically grown fruits and vegetables Plan meals around freshly cooked and, if tolerated, raw foods Minimize your use of packaged, boxed and canned products Water: Is water bottled […]

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