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We are trying to work, take/pick up the children from school, shop, see friends for supper and we feel grim. Our belly is swollen like a tight balloon, it feels tender to touch, we can’t fit into our normal clothes, anythingwe eat seems to make it worse...rings a bell?

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The heat, the summer like we haven’t had for decades. The heat that drives our taste buds to savour something light and refreshing. Our need for high calorific food can drop dramatically because our body just doesn’t need the same amount of fuel to keep warm. This is t...

March 9, 2018

 As a child of the 1950/60s my diet was quite simple: Cornflakes for breakfast with cow’s milk and sugar, lunch at school; typically meat pie and rice/tapioca pudding. Then home for tea; white bread banana sandwiches laden with sugar. My main fluid intake was tea with...

March 9, 2018

Western Society may have ‘conquered’ diseases such as small pox, diphtheria and polio but there has been a virtual epidemic of conditions such as autism, asthma, ADHD, alzheimers, allergies, diabetes, depression, heart disease, cancer, polycystic ovarian syndrome and o...

March 9, 2018

Nutritional Awareness - the dos and don’ts of healthy eating

by Caroline Shaw arch cnhc arica itec

AVOID (as much as possible)

‘Normal’ wheat that appears in most bread, biscuits, cakes, pasta and also a lot of processed prepared foods (check the label). Gluten in wheat i...

March 9, 2018

“In a 2011 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, mice fed probiotics had significantly lower levels of the stress hormone corticosterone than mice fed plain broth. The bacteria fed mice also exhibited much less behaviour linked with st...

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