Surviving Summer

Surviving summer Here are my top tips for surviving summer and the party season:- Stay hydrated. With water! Drink your first litre of water within one hour of rising and then another two litres during the day. It is important to include electrolytes (sodium, potassium, magnesium) in addition to your water, especially on hot or […]

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Taking the Profession Forward

Taking the Profession Forward is an educational day for natural therapy practitioners and students. Watch this short video message from Sandi Rogers to find out why you should attend. Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting. Book your tickets here – extra tickets have just been released. But hurry, seats are limited! Contact me with any enquiries.

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The Magic Pill

Many people are searching for “the magic pill” – but do not realise it is as simple as changing what you put in your mouth. I encourage you to check out this movie, “The Magic Pill”, coming to a city near you. If you have been wondering if nutritional therapy can help you – it […]

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Antioxidants

antioxidants in blueberries

Antioxidants are necessary to protect your body from free radical damage. Here are some of the main ones, including food sources. Resveratrol A polyphenolic compound. Source – grape skins, cranberries, blueberries, peanuts, knotweed. The amount in grapes (and therefore red wine) varies depending on the climate that the grapes were grown in and their exposure […]

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Natural Medicine Week

Natural Medicine Week

Natural Medicine Week is in full swing, and we have been offering some great deals. Have you checked out our special offers and events that we have been running this week? Tuesday 24 May we offered a webinar so you could learn what your blood test results really meant, and what ones you should be […]

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Zinc and Evening Primrose Oil

Zinc seems to be needed for just about everything else to be able to work properly. Here is a science journal article that tells how zinc, and other nutrients, are needed for essential fatty acids to do their job. Particularly for the conversion of GLA from the ever-popular evening primrose oil to the anti-inflammatory prostaglandins. […]

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