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Could stress be contributing to your high cholesterol?

Saturday, September 29th, 2012

Clinical Case-Study:   Amanda came in the clinic worried about some test results from the Doctor – although the Doctor had said that she just need to monitor her cholesterol and didn’t need to take drugs – she was keen to keep it that way. She didn’t like the idea of being dependent on drugs. […]

5 simple tips for a healthy weight

Friday, June 15th, 2012

Balance the blood sugar – we can show you how you would do this on our courses. Balancing your blood sugar means that you have consistent energy across the day.   Our system is loosely based on The Glycaemic idex diets – but it is a lot easier! Make sure you have checked for clinical symptoms  […]

Is your body crying out for some attention?

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009

As the end of the year approaches you may be feeling that your body is crying out for a break from the stresses and pollution of everyday life.  Our bodies are constantly put under stress from the foods we eat, demands at work, juggling family commitments, environmental pollution and emotional pressures, and all this can […]

The health benefits of organic food

Monday, September 14th, 2009

This week my local health food stores have been tempting everyone’s taste buds with samples of their delicious organic ranges.  These activities are part of the Organic Fortnight campaign, which is being run by the Soil Association between September 5 and 20, to help raise awareness of the benefits of eating organic. Organic food and […]

How to reduce pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

The Nutrition Coach is featured in an article in Cosmpolitan magazine focusing on pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms. Kate Cook, founder of The Nutrition Coach, says that you can drastically reduce period pain by changing what you eat. “Vitamin E, found in avocado and spinach, will help combat water retention and breast tenderness, while soya products, […]

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