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  • May 17
  • Essential Nutrition

    I recently attended a course on Nutrition Essentials by Kay van Beersum who wrote a book with Bear Grylls called Fuel for Life. I am really interested in nutrition and the profound effect it has on our general wellbeing and particularly our gut health. If your microbiome is good, then your whole body has its…

  • January 11
  • Giving up sugar!

    We are all becoming increasingly aware that sugar is not good for us and it has been said that if sugar was discovered today, it would be banned! The Government is waking up to the effects of sugar as in George Osborne’s Budget of March 2016, a sugar tax levy was outlined on the soft…

  • December 12
  • Spotlight on Claire Dore

    Join us over a cup of something warm to take the chill off on these frosty days for a chat with Claire Dore, who has recently joined our team of therapists here at The Wellbeing Centre as Wellness Coach for busy Mums. Our series of blog features “Spotlight on..” gives you an opportunity to find…

  • August 3
  • RawFest 2016

    As the official suppliers of Pure, Alkaline Water for RawFest 2016, I and a few friends (including Diana and Zebbie) spent last weekend from dawn till dusk and beyond dishing out water to 2,000-odd thirsty festival goers, filling out survey forms about people’s water drinking habits and talking to lots of interesting and lovely people….

  • April 8
  • Natural Fertility Help with Abdominal-Sacral Massage

    If you are struggling to conceive then Abdominal-Sacral Massage is a great way to help you increase your chances. Abdominal-Sacral Massage is a massage that focuses on specifically on digestion and the reproductive system – particularly the uterus in women. This can really help you in a number of ways if you are having trouble…

  • February 25
  • Need more energy? Then it’s time to improve your digestion

    Are you… Tired? Fatigued? Low on energy? Struggling to get up in the morning? Too tired in the evenings to do what you want? Exhausted by Friday? Taking ages to wake up? So tired it makes you irritable? If any or all of these sound like you then it’s probably time to give your digestive…

  • February 21
  • Bloated? Don’t Just Live With It!

    Fed up of feeling bloated? There is something you can do about it. Bloating is not something that everyone gets and it isn’t something you should be getting regularly but for many people it’s a daily annoyance. There are a few different reasons why you can get bloated such as unsuitable diet, food intolerance &…

  • September 13
  • Want to lose weight?… Stop trying!

    I know it sounds crazy but I really believe that the best way to lose weight is to stop trying. Read on and I promise it will make sense… One of the big problems I have come across when working with clients who are trying to lose weight is when don’t quickly reach their goal…

  • May 19
  • Nutritional Therapy for IBD

    Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) IBD is divided into two major categories: Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Clinically, IBD is characterised by recurrent inflammation of the intestines resulting in diverse symptoms. Causes are theoretical but include genetic predisposition, infectious agent(s), antibiotic exposure, immune function, diet. Nutritional Therapy will aim to: Complete a review of medical history…

  • May 19
  • IBD Awareness and Natural Treatment

    As today is IBD awareness day here’s some information about it including symptoms and natural treatments available. IBD is short for Inflammatory Bowel Disease and refers to a group of diseases where part of the digestive tract becomes inflamed. It mainly refers to Crohn’s Disease, which can affect the whole digestive tract, and Ulcerative Colitis…

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