The aim of my blog is to provide clarity to the mass of information that the internet throws at us.
I research and summarise the latest in science and trends, alongside what I see in clinic to bring you the most relevant, useful, up-to-date information.
Vital nutrient in preconception, pregnancy, lactation, fatty liver, gall bladder issues, SIBO, MTHFR.. the list goes on.
Kimchi is one of my favourite functional foods being both a probiotic and prebiotic food, great for gut health and so easy to make!
So much goes unsaid about becoming a mum, while so amazing and special, it is often a terrifying and lonely journey and the mother’s health can suffer.
While treated interchangeably by numerous medical professionals, these substances are definitely not the same thing and they are treated very differently by the body Folate is the active form and more readily utilised by the body, found in whole foods such as leafy green vegetables. Folic acid, comparatively, is a synthetic compound, added to many […]
Every now and then you come across a product that knocks your socks off! This plant based coffee creamer is just that! Delicious and packed full of health benefits!
One of the things I hear clients tell me they miss the most when attempting to reduce carbs, follow a higher protein or a higher fat diet is the desire for a comforting piece of toast. And I get it, some days you just want to throw something in the toaster and be done with […]
Because beauty comes from the inside Before diving into the wonders of collagen, let’s run through a simple crash course on the human body and how it works. Protection from the onslaughts of the outside world is predominately our skin and digestive tract, which provide a physical barrier to prevent entry of foreign invaders. Going […]
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common digestive disorders in our modern world with symptoms of abdominal pain, discomfort, irregular stool passage and bloating to name a few. My experience in clinical practice has also painted it to be the umbrella you’re placed under when all pathology testing comes back ‘normal’ and you’re told it is all in your head.
So if nothing is actually “wrong” with you, why then without fail do you get asked if you’re pregnant at least once per week, live with your pants cutting into you by the afternoon, or constantly need to excuse yourself due to gas or a sudden urge.
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