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Twelve humble ‘superfoods’ you can find in your local shop

There is a lot of hype about special foods that have ‘super’ powers. These rarer foods can often be more difficult to find and expensive. In reality, all whole foods, i.e. those provided by Mother Nature in their original form, are super. They all provide their unique blend of natural compounds that serve human health […]

Why whole food concentrates

In our consultations we may recommend that you take some wholefood supplements.  The reasons for this are as follows: Our fresh produce is significantly nutrient-deplete compared to what it was several decades ago.  According to The American Society for Horticultural Science, there has been an alarming decrease in the nutritional value of fruits and vegetables […]

The Surprising Seven Problems

The most common problems encountered in our practice when looking at clients’ food diaries are the following: Dehydration It is recommended that we drink an average of 8-10 glasses of water every day.  Water has around 10 functions in the human body and is an essential nutrient. The Mayo Clinic explains how much total fluid […]

What’s bitter about sugar?

We all know that sugar is bad for our teeth  and our waistline.  But, what are the more concealed and serious effects that sugar has on the body? A study published in the American Journal of Public Health found that drinking a 20-ounce (600ml) sugar-sweetened soft drink a day was associated with the equivalent of 4.6 years […]

Feed your immune cells

Our immune system is a complex interaction made up of at least six different cells, the bone marrow, lymph nodes, spleen, appendix and skin. The immune system has a vital role: to protect us from harmful substances, germs and cell changes that could make us ill. It’s also one of the most fundamental systems in […]

Optimise your Immune System

There is something called ‘plasticity’ in our immune system. This means that when the immune system sees a pathogen it has never seen before- e.g. a virus, fungus or bacterium- it can come up with a defence mechanism to deal with it in the most efficient way. It activates the ‘army’ to tackle this pathogen […]