According to a 2016 meta-analysis and systematic review of 13 studies, low zinc levels are all too common in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).Continue Reading →
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It recently occurred to me, that over the past five years I have been prescribing an increasing amount of restorative adaptogenic herbs. Adaptogenic herbs are a group of herbs which enable us to increase our resistence to stress. They are primarily used in the treatment of stress induced fatigue, both preventively and symptomatically.Continue Reading →
A delicious fresh batch of my Healthy Gut Seed Mix has just arrived. A crunchy mix of linseeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and sesame seedsContinue Reading →
February has traditionally be associated with St Valentine and romantic love. But, let’s expand this concept to embrace all forms of love and not for one particular day of February, but for each day.Continue Reading →
Yes, one small achievable New Year resolution! That has a positively successful ring to it, doesn’t it? Resolutions are frequently abandoned due to the overwhelming number of them. So we are all going to nominate just one thing which will improve our health and pursue it with determination and enthusiasm all year long!Continue Reading →
It has been known for decades that roofing materials and corrosion of plumbing fittings contribute to lead and copper water contamination, especially in tank water systems.Continue Reading →
Many of you may recall at our first consultation I politely asked you to stick your tongue out! Why, you may ask, do I request this exhibition? The tongue, like your nails and iris, can tell me a great deal about your health – vitamin and mineral deficiencies, beneficial bacteria levels, acid/alkaline balance, even if you clench your teeth!Continue Reading →
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a powerful anti-oxidant and has been shown to enhance the pumping action of the heart, reduce oxidation of LDL (bad cholesterol) and enhance athletic performance by increasing the production of cellular energy.Continue Reading →
Those who enjoy reading books can expect to have more time to do so.
A cohort study recently combined the data of 3,635 people to assess the impact of various reading patterns and longevity.
Dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) is a skin disorder associated with coeliac disease. Coeliac disease (CD) is a disorder of the small intestine caused by an autoimmune response to gluten, the protein component of some grains.Continue Reading →