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Gluten Free Muesli

Posted on Jul 12, 2016 in Healthy Recipes, Practitioner content | 0 comments

Gluten Free Muesli

                Check out this delicious gluten free muesli, super nutritious and easy to make Thanks to Megan my partner for this one with some inspiration from Talulah’s (Newcastle) and ‘Paleo Pete’ (Evans) Note: Recommend organic ingredients where possible. Why? Well organic means no herbicides, pesticides or chemical fertilisers are used meaning your food is toxic free and grown sustainably Makes 2 servings:   INGREDIENTS 3 tblspns                      Sunflower kernels 3 tblspns                      Pepitas 3...

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Healthy Body – Healthy Mind. Which Comes First?

Posted on Jun 20, 2016 in Newsy bits, Practitioner content | 0 comments

Healthy Body – Healthy Mind. Which Comes First?

          Healthy body – Healthy mind. Which comes first? It is a bit of a chicken and egg question really. Does a healthy body lead to a healthy mind or a healthy mind lead to a healthy body? It can be difficult to ascertain which is the most important. We know in all forms of medicine that exercise and a healthy diet can increase our energy levels, productivity, and self-perception. This can then lead to greater mental capacity due to increased circulation to the head and increased supply of nutrients to the brain and so it must be a healthy body, which comes...

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Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

Posted on Jun 16, 2016 in Healthy Recipes, Practitioner content | 0 comments

Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

            The problem Trying to get away from the traditional breakfast choices such as tea and toast or cereal, which both despite the breakfast cereal company claims have little nutrition and more cons than pros, is an issue many of my clients struggle with. Our Quinoa breakfast bowl recipe ticks solves this problem ‘I need something I want to eat’ and ‘I need something quick’ are the regular comments I hear. Well we are here to help with this delicious nutrient packed breakfast option. Previously we posted this delicious recipe, Chia seed porridge...

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10 tips to stress management

Posted on Jul 15, 2015 in Practitioner content | 0 comments

10 tips to stress management

10 Tips to Stress Management                   Image by  razan ionut   Stress comes in a variety of ways and is not as some people think a sign of weakness. Stress is the compound build up of an effect that can range from physical stress like sitting at a computer for long periods of time to emotional stress like relationship issues. Regardless of the cause the results are the same and result in the bodies gradual degradation in it’s ability to cope. Some of the side effects of stress can include: Physical pain and immobility Digestive...

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Beetroot and Sweet Potato Salad

Posted on Jun 30, 2015 in Free stuff, Healthy Recipes, Practitioner content | 0 comments

Beetroot and Sweet Potato Salad

  Beetroot and Sweet Potato Salad                   image by Simon Howden   Beetroot in my books should almost fit into the superfood category. It’s packed with calcium, yes there is calcium in other thinks than milk and it’s a lot better for you, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid, manganese, potassium and an excellent source of dietary fibre. Beetroot has been found to have excellent antioxidant properties, which helps with inflammation in the body, the cause of most disease states. Beetroot is also known to have the...

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Benefits of Natural Medicine treating Crohn’s

Posted on Jun 15, 2015 in Practitioner content | 0 comments

Benefits of Natural Medicine treating Crohn’s

Benefits of Natural Medicine treating Crohn’s Disease                     image by marin Crohn’s Disease is an inflammatory disease of the digestive tract. It can create severely debilitating symptoms including: Diarrhoea Abdominal pain/ cramps Malabsorption Weightloss Crohn’s has a significant impact on the digestive system. The disease can have a flow on affect resulting in secondary complications which include: Arthritis Fatigue Skin rashes Bowel obstruction Increased incidence of bowel cancer   Current main-stream...

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