Monthly Archives: January 2016

Elimination Diets – Pinpointing the Source of Undiagnosed Symptoms

Hippocrates once said that “all disease begins in the gut”, and as it is now widely considered that 70% of the immune system is located in the gut, his statement may not have been too far from the truth. Indeed, research is now frequently suggesting that poor gut health is closely associated with the development of many of today’s most prevalent chronic diseases.

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Last updated on 27th January 2016 by cytoffice

‘Time Restricted Feeding’ – It’s not just what you eat, but when you eat

“Nutritional therapist Jeanette Hyde has come up with the perfect plan to balance your gut bacteria, lose up to 13 pounds and improve mood, skin and immunity”, reported The Daily Telegraph just two weeks ago in reference to her brand new book The Gut Makeover. Jeannette Hyde is a registered Nutritional Therapist with a special interest in gut health, and is a regular commentator on nutrition on the BBC and in print and online media.

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Last updated on 5th March 2020 by cytoffice

Dr Alyssa Burns-Hill PhD

Dr Alyssa Burns-Hill PhD

Dr Alyssa Burns-Hill PhDA leading holistic hormone health specialist with practices in Harley Street, London, Jersey in the Channel Islands and an international virtual clinic with patients all over the world. She is a fervent supporter of the charity Thyroid UK, being a Trustee and on their advisory panel, supporting their aims of promoting better thyroid health.
Alyssa has a background in health that stretches over 20 years – with an academic background in health promotion (MSc) and a PhD focused on ‘Holistic healing from breast cancer through the lens of hormones: Synopsis and synthesis’.

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Last updated on 3rd February 2016 by

In the News – Health and Nutrition Research

In this week’s article we look at some of the most pertinent health and nutrition stories to reach the news in recent weeks, four items comprising;

  • ‘Parents urged to get free sugar app to check products’
  • ‘Early-life exercise alters gut microbes, promotes healthy brain and metabolism’
  • ‘Study links Irritable Bowel Syndrome with vitamin D deficiency’
  • ‘How eating fish can stop middle-age spread: Foods rich in omega-3 found to help burn off calories’

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Last updated on 13th January 2016 by cytoffice