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.

Antibiotic Resistance – ‘The Ticking Time Bomb’

Antibiotic Resistance – ‘The Ticking Time Bomb’

“The danger posed by growing resistance to antibiotics should be ranked along with terrorism on a list of threats to ...
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Stress and Dehydration

Stress and Dehydration

“In a nutshell, STRESS is the most dehydrating thing of all. Our cells will be stressed because they are not ...
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New Year Health Tips 2015

New Year Health Tips 2015

The formalities of the Christmas period are essentially wonderful, with time off work, nice food and spending time with your ...
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Alzheimer’s and Dementia – Time for ‘A Novel Therapeutic Programme’?

Alzheimer’s and Dementia – Time for ‘A Novel Therapeutic Programme’?

The announcement recently that “NHS bosses say family doctors in England are to be paid £55 for each patient they ...
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Support for Disturbed or Disrupted Sleep

Support for disturbed or disrupted sleep

Dr Alyssa Burns-Hill is a leading holistic hormone health specialist who previously provided us with an article on thyroid health ...
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Why Is Water Important?

Why Is Water Important?

In a recent blog Naturopath and author Lesley Una Pierce gave us an informative and entertaining introduction on the topic ...
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When Your Body Reacts to Gluten

When Your Body Reacts to Gluten

Our article today is provided by Anette Harbech Olesen, Danish writer, nutritionist and food and health blogger. Anette has previously ...
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The Importance of Magnesium

The Importance of Magnesium

Our article this week is on the often overlooked importance of the mineral magnesium. The health and nutrition writer Anette ...
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