Are your energy levels too low? Is your health poor? Do you have a weight problem? The good news is, you can become more energised, healthier and looking good, one simple change at a time – you just need to know what to do and have someone guide you through the process.
You have your own, unique, health questions and nutritional needs, so I don’t run ‘one size fits all’ programmes other than some general concepts and recommendations; the rest of our consultations are tailored to you.
Soroptomist International Jersey have launched their ‘No More Taboo Period’ campaign (details at the end) and have asked me to give some simple dietary advice on making ‘that week’ of each month somewhat better. This means today’s column about premenstrual
I have written a short report on the herbicide glyphosate and why it is so injurious to health. Please feel free to download a copy here – a PDF will open in a new tab/page.
Do you have smelly farts or ‘non-purfumed’ delights? That’s the subject of my column in today’s Jersey Evening Post 🙂 Sorry to be rude, but do your farts smell? Do you try to blame the dog? Farting is natural, but
My Jersey Evening Post article from 20th February; it’s about cancer. February 4th saw World Cancer Day; at the same time there was a news release that obesity-related cancers are on the rise. Cancer Research UK tells us that: obesity
My article in today’s JEP talks about sources of fibre and mixed messages (and misunderstanding) of low carb. Last month saw another study published by The Lancet, which was released with great fanfare across the media; this one was about
This is my latest article in the Jersey Evening Post. It outlines my concerns about the EAT report.
My article on vitamin D coincides with the first day of the year we (Jersey) have seen anything more than a few minutes of sunshine, and the rays are great to see 😊☀️ JEP – 400 words – Why we
My latest opinion piece in the Jersey Evening Post considers the madness of low calorie diets and the benefits of intermittent fasting. The NHS and Diabetes UK have come up with their latest wheeze: starving people to put them into
Big Food design snacks so you can’t stop at one and keep buying and eating more! Here’s how, and what to do.