Stress & anxiety

Good nutrition is one way to help support the body and mind during periods of stress. In this section of our blog, we look at ways to combat the tiredness that often accompanies chronic, long-term stress, alongside other factors contributing to stress and anxiety.

Nutritional support for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Nutritional support for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

If you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), you are certainly not alone – with a worldwide prevalence of between 9% ...
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Yoga - A Remedy for Back Pain?

Yoga – A Remedy for Back Pain?

The ancient practice of yoga originated in India, before becoming popular in the West late in the 19th century. To ...
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Nutrigenomics and Autism

Nutrigenomics and Autism

When you consider that mental health problems affect around 1 in 4 people throughout the United Kingdom, it should come as no ...
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In the News - Health and Nutrition Research

In the News – Health and Nutrition Research

In this week's article we provide a round-up of recent health and nutrition related articles that have made the news, ...
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Nutritional Advice for the Final Weeks of Winter

Nutritional Advice for the Final Weeks of Winter

Are you still struggling with the Winter blues? Finding it hard to revitalise your health in 2016? Well this is a ...
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Could Alzheimer’s disease be 'Type 3 Diabetes'?

Could Alzheimer’s disease be ‘Type 3 Diabetes’?

Alzheimer’s disease has long been a condition of catastrophic consequences; a condition affecting around 26 million people worldwide, a high number ...
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Dietary Approaches to Reversing Insulin Resistance

Dietary Approaches to Reversing Insulin Resistance

There are currently around 3.9 million people in the UK living with Diabetes and 90% of these have 'Type 2' Diabetes ...
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Eczema - Looking Beyond the Skin

Eczema – Looking Beyond the Skin

Eczema is a name for a group of skin conditions – of which atopic eczema, (also known as ‘atopic dermatitis’) ...
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