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The Vitamin D Epidemic

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

By London Nutritionist Sylvia Hensher How Vitamin D Deficient Is The UK? A recent survey in the UK showed that more than half of the adult population in the UK has insufficient levels of vitamin D. In the winter and spring about 1 in 6 people has a severe deficiency. It is estimated that about […]

The Connection Between The Thyroid, Adrenals And Weight Gain

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

The Connection Between The Thyroid, Adrenals And Weight Gain by London Nutritionist Sylvia Hensher There is a connection between our adrenal glands, thyroid glands and weight gain. When these two glands are not kept in a healthy state, the result can often be weight gain. The good news is that on the other hand, if […]

Nutritional Support for a Healthy Weight & Thyroid

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

Supporting Your Thyroid  and a Healthy Weight Through Nutrition by London nutritionist Sylvia Hensher Hi again! In part 1 of this series on the thyroid we talked about what the thyroid is, how it might be affecting your weight, symptoms of an underactive thyroid and a simple test you can do at home to give […]

Is An Underactive Thyroid Sabotaging Your Weight Loss?

Monday, April 11th, 2011

Part 1 by London nutritionist Sylvia Hensher Have you tried every diet known to man, really watch what and how much you eat, exercise regularly and find that you STILL CAN’T LOSE THE WEIGHT???!! Well, here’s some good news. Research is pointing to the fact that an underactive thyroid might be the number one cause […]

Combat Weight Gain And Ageing: Metabolism

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

1. Nutrition-reduce obvious & hidden sugars If you want to lose weight it’s very important to eliminate obvious sugar from your diet. We’re not just talking about obvious forms found in desserts and processed foods, but also to reduce our consumption of hidden ones in foods most of us consider to be healthy. Hidden sugars […]

The Myth Of The One Size Fits All Diet

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

Most of us realise that a “good diet” is important for our well-being and many of us think we are eating healthily. But what is a “good diet”? We are bombarded with newspaper, television, and magazine stories about the latest nutrition research or fads, which are often conflicting. When following this advice, many people then find that it does not result […]

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