Michelle’s Cancer Food Journey

Michelle’s Cancer Food Journey

Michelle is not only an incredibly brave human being, resilient, beautiful (with and without hair) a great friend, a talented artist (those of you who have visited me at my clinic will have seen one of her earlier works, a rather gorgeous olive oil bottle watercolour)...
Claire Upton, Author

Claire Upton, Author

I am happy to introduce one of our talented clients to you, Claire Upton. Claire is the author of three novels and two children’s books. She is currently working on her forth ChickLit novel. Author, Claire Upton, was born in Norfolk, spent the first few years,...
Seedless Veg? Really?

Seedless Veg? Really?

Seeds may be hard to come by in the 3 weeks of isolation we have facing us right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this mustn’t deter the prospect of growing your own vegetables, herbs and fruits! It is the perfect time of year to get planting and...
Feeling tired? You could be low in B12…

Feeling tired? You could be low in B12…

More and more people are becoming significantly deficient in B Vitamins.  B-Vits are essential for so many different functions, such as: Normal growth and development, crucial in children B12 helps and protects your nerves It also manufactures your DNA Metabolises...
Portion sizes and HOW many a day…?

Portion sizes and HOW many a day…?

We now know that the government initiative of ‘5 a day’ that was rolled out in 2003 was not nearly enough to prevent disease and keep the body healthy. The optimum portions of vegetables and fruit each day is 10. This has been proven to be more effective...
I haven’t got time to cook that…!

I haven’t got time to cook that…!

I find this is the only way I stick to my own eating regime and don’t waste money on ‘convenience’ foods that are more likely to cause a flare up. My work weeks is Tuesday to Saturday so technically Sundays and Mondays are my weekend – this is rarely the case running...