Is the food you eat making you ill?
Find out once and for all whether what you eat is the root cause of your health problems. In a 40 minute session, I will use kinesiology techniques to test up to 150 commonly eaten foods including meats, pulses, grains, dairy products, vegetables, fruits and herbs, as well as alcoholic drinks to find out what is causing your symptoms.
Once we know, we'll then talk through dietary recommendations, replacement foods and the appropriate
Vitamin D was discovered in the 1920s, and put an end to the painful childhood bone disease rickets. More recent research has found this nutrient to be crucial in many areas of health. Deficiencies have been found to play a role in depression, cancer prevention, the development of diabetes and auto-immune diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Vitamin D deficiencies were rare when people worked outside, in the fields, rather than in offices, and when it
Flaxseed (aka linseed) is a very gentle, safe remedy with many uses, affecting the bowel, skin, digestion and even treating coughs and improving heart health. Read on to see how you can use it to improve your health. Laxative
Flaxseed (aka linseed) is most commonly used as a bulking laxative. A healthy bowel contains stretch receptors, which, when stretched cause a signal to go to the brain that the body needs a bowel movement. The flaxseeds, when soaked, work well to give
Boost Your Breastmilk: Quality and Quantity. One of the most common problems I encounter with breastfeeding, after latching is supply problems. Many mothers are concerned how to improve their supply, or sustain it for as long as they want to feed their baby. Here's how:
Eat regularly - you'll be hungry anyway as breastfeeding burns calories, but by eating a little protein and some complex carbohydrates every 3 hours, you'll keep your energy steady and supply your body with