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Your guide to eating out

When we’re in control of the food we’re preparing and cooking, it’s much easier to eat clean and in accordance with promoting health. However, eating out is enjoyable, sociable but
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How to determine the health of your gut

I’m often asked how someone can tell whether or not they have a healthy gut. There are actually quite a few ways to do this, which I will explain below.
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The underlying cause of disease

I’ve been searching for clues for the last eight years. Looking for answers that the medical community have not yet been able to provide us with. It’s been an interesting
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Liver cleansing

Our liver is one of our biggest organs and carries out over 500 essential tasks in the body – wow! The liver converts the nutrients from our food into materials
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Is your anxiety linked to poor gut health?

1 in 4 people in the UK will be affected by mental health disorders each year, according to Mind.Org That’s a staggering amount of people and I’m sure the causes
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Is sugar the enemy?

I’ll give it to you bluntly; sugar negatively impacts just about every organ in our body. It’s that bad. I should clarify that. I don’t mean natural sugar like fructose found
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Fertility

Fertility is obviously a very complex issue and there are multiple reasons why someone may struggle to conceive. Whether that be due to the female or the male (e.g. sperm
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Why do you get recurring UTI’s?

This is such a common complaint amongst women, myself included. I used to battle urinary tract infections monthly and they hurt like hell! I’d often be rushing off to the
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The real cause of your acne

This was something I longed to know for many years. Doctors couldn’t tell me and even Dermatologists couldn’t tell me. I still remember the words now; “some people get acne,
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Contraceptive methods

Following on from yesterday’s blog, I’ve had a lot of women ask me what contraceptive methods they can use if they come off the pill – and that’s a great
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