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Is your gut health affecting your energy?

Suffering from low energy levels can be linked to many causes however, a commonly overlooked root cause is the health of your gut.  Our gut lining has two functions, it allows for the absorption of nutrients and also acts as a barrier to harmful substances.   When our intestines become irritated or inflamed it can lead to increased intestinal permeability which causes the gaps in […]

The Wake-Up Call That Will Save Your Life

Tell me about “health at every size”, the slogan that has been co-opted by some “fat acceptance campaigners”. Idiots who would tell you the moon is made of cheese, if it suited their agenda, to exhort us that obesity is “not bad for you at all, actually”. I also have to add, as some people […]

Can you exercise with fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is a chronic disorder that causes extreme muscle pain and fatigue all over the body. Many people suffering from the condition find they struggle to exercise as much as they would like to, or at all.   While the pain and fatigue associated with fibromyalgia may make exercise and daily activities difficult, it is crucial to stay physically active.   […]

The gut-brain connection: How we can improve our gut health with good mental health

Research shows that mental health and cognition are strongly influenced by the composition of our gut microbiome (essentially the bacteria in your gut).   The communication system between your gut and brain is called the gut-brain axis. While the precise mechanism of this has not yet been fully explained, research suggests that the gut microbiota generally […]

Is There a Link Between Asthma and Being Overweight?

Studies show that asthma rates are rising faster among people who are overweight. For both adults and children, asthma symptoms and asthma attacks are harder to control if you are overweight or obese and they can be more severe.   A 2018 study in the Journal of Paediatrics found that obese children had a 26-38% increased risk of developing asthma compared to their […]

How parents and children can deal with lockdown weight gain naturally

The past 12 months of the coronavirus and intermittent lockdowns have been a challenging time for both parents and children, especially with normal routines and patterns of work, learning and play disrupted.  This ‘new normal’ has been hard to adjust to for many families.   The latest lockdown, coming off the back of a typically over-indulgent Christmas period, is likely to have created the […]

Beating COVID-19 Over the Counter

A recent study (pre-publication) conducted at Singapore General Hospital showed that a simple combination of readily available vitamin-based supplements can have a MAJOR beneficial effect on the outcome of hospitalisation for COVID-19 symptoms. In their study, out of 26 patients who were not treated with a combination of vitamin D, magnesium and vitamin B12, 16 […]

Lies, Damned Lies and WHO Statistics

World Health Organisation policy is misleading. Why count every death as a COVID death just because it might be a cofactor, but without testing to be completely sure?

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