If you have IBS, you may be worried about eating out again in restaurants, bars or pubs. Having uncontrolled IBS can have a huge impact on your social life, and you might not share the joy so many other people feel at the prospect of eating out again after lockdown. So many of my new […]
Are you a functional breather… or a dysfunctional breather? You might be wondering what on earth I’m talking about, because we all breathe, right? Well, actually, HOW we breathe can have such a huge impact on our health and wellbeing. In my experience as a Nutritional Therapist and Functional Practitioner for over a […]
Granola is a great breakfast – usually packed with lots of nuts, seeds and oats, providing slow releasing energy and goodness. But many of the ones you buy in the shops are full of sugar (including too much honey). This home-made version is easy to do, and also much cheaper than the artisan granolas you […]
As a parent, it can be so difficult to know how to help your anxious child. I’m talking from personal experience here, because my oldest daughter, now 11, has experienced a fair amount of anxiety throughout her life.
Whatever your age, this oaty breakfast recipe is perfect for keeping your blood sugar balanced, and feeding a healthy gut microbiome with fibre and plant-based goodness. The peanut butter and chia seeds add protein, so you’ll feel nice and full until lunchtime, with slow releasing energy. You can make the recipe up the night before […]
…. one handful of protein at a time! Having worked with over a thousand clients in my one to one clinic in the past decade, there’s one thing I know that can make a dramatic difference to most people’s health and wellbeing, really quickly. The blood sugar rollercoaster is one of the most common […]