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The Link between Joint Pain and our Gut
The Link between Joint Pain and our Gut

Did you know there is a link between joint pain and our gut? Whilst genes, our environment, gender and age have long been known to be factors for increasing the risk for joint pain or joint conditions such as arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, scientists now know that...

Why our Gut loves the Gallbladder
Why our Gut loves the Gallbladder

What is the gall bladder? Your gallbladder is a small, pear-shaped, green organ on the right side of your abdomen, just beneath your liver. The gallbladder holds a digestive fluid called BILE that’s made in the liver and stored in the gall bladder when it's not being...

Navigating the Transition of Menopause
Navigating the Transition of Menopause

Menopause can be a turbulent experience, it can also be transformative. Hormones fluctuate naturally and symptoms can be signs that there are imbalances elsewhere in our lives. Here are some tips to help:  1. Eating a balanced diet of fats, proteins and carbohydrates...

The Lowdown on Intermittent Fasting

What is fasting Fasting is a form of calorie restriction. We have naturally fasted for millenia due to our previous nomadic lifestyles and reliance on seasonal foods so our bodies are adapted to cope with fasting.  Fasting is also used as a part of religious practice...

Captain Fibre – a true superhero!
Captain Fibre – a true superhero!

Fibre is key to a healthy gut and a healthy microbiome. It's not sexy I know but it's true. It is a superhero of health.  Over the years - protein, fats and carbohydrates have all been either public enemy number one or the panacea for everything.  Fibre seems to be so...

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