Natural Blood Pressure support (Part 2)

atural support for Hypertension (Part 2) Last week we saw that one of the main reasons people develop hypertension is the slow deterioration of the collagen in the walls of their blood vessels. Collagen fibres are naturally cross linked, like strands of rope, to...

Natural Blood Pressure support (Part 1)

  Natural support for blood pressure (Part 1) Anyone with higher than normal blood pressure (hypertension) will have been told that it can significantly increase risk of vascular (blood vessel) disease by accelerating arteriosclerosis, causing weakness of blood...

Power of Curcumin (Part 2)

The power of Curcumin (Part 2) It’s all about colourLast edition we looked at research into the healing power of turmeric. The main active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin which is the actual yellow pigment in turmeric. I find it fascinating that nature’s most...

Power of Curcumin (Part 1)

he power of Curcumin (Part 1) My motorcycle tour in India (on Indian made Royal Enfield’s of course!) with my son in 2015 was a feast for my senses including of course my taste buds. Most curry recipes contain the brilliant yellow spice turmeric. It has also...

Importance of Vitamin D

Maintaining Vitamin D levels is essential for mental health Winter will soon be upon us and now is the time to start taking vitamin D supplements. Starting now means you will be able to maintain summer levels of this critical vitamin. Professor Robert Heaney...

How are your Joints? (Part 2)

How are your joints? (Part 2) Before starting a new Joint Health Programme you should think about the level of both pain/comfort and how this affects mobility and score that out of 10. Each month you can then review and rate your progress.  This is particularly...

How are your Joints? (Part 1)

How are your joints? (Part 1) I have just got off the phone speaking with a client in his 70’s. He had damaged his knees playing rugby and now had fairly advanced osteoarthritis in his knees. We started him on a programme for his knees early in the year. This involved...

Vitamin D and Mental Health

Maintaining Vitamin D levels is essential for mental health Winter will soon be upon us and now is the time to start taking vitamin D supplements. Starting now means you will be able to maintain summer levels of this critical vitamin. Professor Robert Heaney...

How are your joints? (Part 1)

How are your joints? (Part 1) I have just got off the phone speaking with a client in his 70’s. He had damaged his knees playing rugby and now had fairly advanced osteoarthritis in his knees. We started him on a programme for his knees early in the year. This involved...

How much better can I be? (Part 2)

How much better can I be? (Part 2) Despondency is a common obstacle to healing. The nagging thought that you will not be able to improve can affect our ability to make decisions. After speaking to so many people you get the feeling that some people are just stuck in...

How much better can I be? (Part 1)

How much better can I be? (Part 1) The best thing about what I do is to share with clients health improvements they never thought possible. So often I talk to people who have become despondent particularly with problems that cause pain and restrict mobility. It is...

Natural Cholesterol Balance (Part 3)

Balancing cholesterol naturally (Part 3) Vitamin E is critical for heart health If I had to choose just one group of nutrients with the greatest impact on heart health it would be the wider vitamin E family. This is where things get a bit technical but bear with me....

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