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“Underlying health concerns”: Where mainstream and complementary healthcare can meet

As the term “underlying health concerns”​ dominates headlines how can “Nutritional Therapy”​ help alleviate the burden on current healthcare systems? One of the things that has become increasingly apparent during

How effective are your workplace Health Benefits?

  There is an increasing amount of data emerging connecting employee engagement with wellness. Successful companies are those that protect their human capital – their most valuable asset. Yet still

How healthy is your business?

  A typical answer to this question might involve a series of growth and profitability figures. But look beneath the surface at what drives any successful business and you’ll find

Mental Health Awareness Week 13-19 May 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 will take place from Monday 13 to Sunday 19 May 2019. The theme for 2019 is Body Image – how we think and feel about

Action on sugar with “Sugar Awareness Week”

When it comes to headlines, sugar has dominated the news in recent years. Just a decade or so ago everyone was focused on eliminating fats and eating only low-fat, skimmed

Supporting Mental Health through Diet

Earlier this year I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the Association of Post Natal Illness (APNI) and I’m thrilled to have been asked to contribute to their newsletter  with a

Are you drinking enough?

Water. We’re talking about water! With summer on its way and the promise of hotter temperatures (hopefully!) we typically think about drinking more water to help stay hydrated. However, this

National Diabetes Week: Weight Management & Blood Glucose control

This week 11-17 June it is National Diabetes Week  in the UK and both weight management and blood-glucose control are important risk factors for the disease. It is reported that almost 3.7

January – Bone Broth to boost immune support

Winter is often rife with colds, flus and a range of ailments which can leave us feeling depleted and drained of energy. Eating well and providing our body with a