Nutrigenomics: Are you curious?

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I’ve recently completed a 10 week Nutrigenomics Practitioner training programme with Lifecode Gx, one of the leading suppliers of genomic reports, and I’m proud to say that I am now a certified provider of their tests.   What is Nutrigenomics? Nutrigenomics is the practice of using nutritional and lifestyle strategies tailored to an individual’s unique Continue reading »

Long Covid: Are you affected?

Long COVID how can nutrition help?

I was drawn to an article on the front page of the Guardian on Saturday “Long Covid study finds abnormality in lungs that could explain breathlessness” as this is one of the main symptoms that I have. I had COVID in late October 2021 and since then I have been breathless. It’s slowly getting better Continue reading »

Doctor in the House – BBC1

  Did you watch the first episode of Doctor in the House on BBC1? It was brilliant! If you didn’t manage to it is still on the BBC Iplayer – here is a link It’s available for the next 28 days and episode two is on tonight,  Thursday 26th November. Why was it so great Continue reading »

Top tips for sugar reduction

Earlier this month I gave a talk on sugar to a very attentive audience (including a teenager!), and they all left with the resolve to cut down on this very harmful substance. Sugar is finally being acknowledged for the serious impact that it is having on our nation’s health. There are of course the obvious Continue reading »

The Importance of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is in the news again today as a report in the Lancet states that rates of rickets in the UK are on the increase and that hospitalisation rates for rickets are the highest in five decades. Vitamin D is created in our bodies by sunlight hitting our skin, but the sun’s rays are Continue reading »