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Top 5 Foods for Anxiety

Top 5 Foods for Anxiety

Anxiety has been an unwanted companion of mine since childhood. From anxiety-induced stomach aches before school swimming lessons, to panic attacks while out shopping, anxiety has a big impact on my life experiences. Over the years I've learned to take a two-pronged...

Corona virus – can nutrition help?

Corona virus – can nutrition help?

This winter's flu season has taken a dramatic turn with the arrival and rapid spread of the Covid-19 corona virus.   A few weeks ago I highlighted some of the key nutrients we need for all-round immune support.  These nutrients are essential in the fight against flu. ...

Seed cycling for hormone balance – is it worth it?

Seed cycling for hormone balance – is it worth it?

Seed cycling - have you heard of it? It's a technique of eating certain combinations of seeds during the menstrual cycle to help support hormone balance.  Many women say seed cycling relieves PMS symptoms and helps maintain a more regular cycle.  It's an easy...

Fight Those Winter Bugs – Top Tips for Immune Support

Fight Those Winter Bugs – Top Tips for Immune Support

Our immune systems get a real workout at this time of year with cold, flu', and tummy bug germs thriving in warm, dry, centrally heated homes and offices.  It's a good idea to top up on immune-supporting nutrients to give your system the best chance of fending off...

Veganuary – Where to find the vitamins & minerals YOU need

Veganuary – Where to find the vitamins & minerals YOU need

Over 250,000 people participated in Veganuary 2019 (a massive increase from the 3,300 who participated in 2014) and 2020 is set to be even bigger. Done properly, a plant-based diet can provide nearly all the nutrients we need to thrive.  I say "nearly all" because of...

Food Trends for 2020

Food Trends for 2020

We've had smashed avocado, coconut water and kale everything.  Smoothies, juice diets, goji berries, and veganism. Now it's time for 2020 to give us the next big foodie trend.  Will it be nettles? Pine needle tea? Or my favourite (and vastly underated) combo of mashed...