Dietary fibre: the ultimate guide to eating more fibre every day

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Fibre - high fibre vegetables

kan man köpa Viagra receptfritt i spanien EAT MORE FIBRE DAILY – IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE! Digestive complaints and discomfort are so common nowadays indicating that we are not eating enough gut-friendly foods, are stressed out and sleep-deprived, and generally ‘too busy’ to look after ourselves properly. Majority of my clients know that dietary fibre is … Read More

Castor oil pack for gentle detox, pain and inflammation

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castor oil for detox, pain and inflammation

الأوروبية وسطاء الخيارات الثنائية Have you heard of or used castor oil before? I have successfully prescribed castor oil for many years now for myself, my family and friends as well as for my clients, and have seen it work very well for a number of complaints. As a relatively unknown and thus greatly underutilised … Read More

Dandelion: the key herb for liver health, better digestion and beautiful skin Joanna SochanConditions & treatments, Digestive and gut health, Herbal medicine, Skin health2 Comments

Dandelion health benefits

check my blog Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) is one of the top three most prescribed digestive and liver herbs in my dispensary, the other two are milk thistle (Silybum marianum) and globe artichoke (Cynara scolymus). I prescribe dandelion in many forms either on its own or in herbal mixes with great clinical results. The … Read More

Kefir: how to make milk kefir and its health benefits

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How to make mefir I’m a big fan of eating kefir on a regular basis as it’s both a highly nutritious food and a great natural remedy. Personally I consume milk or coconut kefir daily and also recommend it to my clients with digestive complaints as well as to the vast majority of clients … Read More

Digestive first aid for Christmas, the festive season and beyond

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Christmas cookies and nuts, digestive first aid Most of us need some digestive first aid after overindulging during the Christmas period and beyond. Here are my best tried and tested home remedies to relieve most digestive upsets. It may be a good idea to print them and them keep handy in the kitchen! Bloating and gas A … Read More

GAPS desserts – simple and easy recipes with tips

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GAPS diet dessert recipes As a dedicated GAPS practitioner I’m constantly searching for and experimenting with easy to make but nutritious GAPS recipes to suggest to my clients, usually busy mums. I find that making GAPS desserts could often be the trickiest part of meal preparation for many of them but it needn’t be this way … Read More

Histamine intolerance: causes and treatment

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Histamine intolerance - foods high in histamine[showletter]=o Histamine intolerance is a fairy common but under recognised and not fully understood problem linked with food sensitivities as well as gut and metabolic imbalances. When a person has problems metabolising and breaking down histamine, its levels build up and lead to worrying symptoms such as hives, rashes and itching, … Read More

Parasite treatment considerations: Blastocystis hominis and Dientamoeba fragilis

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find out here now Intestinal parasites are often overlooked as a potential cause of disease in the digestive system and in many other seemingly unrelated health concerns. There is increasing evidence of the ability to cause illness by relatively common parasitic organisms previously considered to be commensal organisms (i.e. living together in balance with … Read More