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by in Women's Health May 15, 2020

Endometriosis is a common reproductive condition that affects approximately, 1 in 10 women. It is characterised by tissue that acts like the lining of the uterus (the endometrium) being present in a variety of different locations throughout the body most commonly, the bladder, ovaries, fallopian tubes, ligaments that support the uterus and other areas within […]

The Clean 15 and the Dirty Dozen

by in Healthy Eating October 11, 2019

Organic food has been around for millennia however, there is still much scepticism when looking at the benefit of such food on our overall health. Let’s face it, our ancestors never used pesticides, herbicides or hormones to cultivate and harvest their food. They ate locally, seasonally and all their food was extremely fresh. Due to […]

Childhood health and nutrition

by in Children's Health February 4, 2017

Highly recommended viewing. Childhood health and nutrition is a great passion of mine. It is crucial that we are able to educate and empower parents about appropriate nutrition to ensure their own children are provided with the best possible start in life. Lack of knowledge, access and affordability are major concerns that need to be […]

Resistance Training

by in Uncategorized May 20, 2016

Recent research indicates resistance training is able to prevent the progression of bone mineral density decline in post menopausal women, even in the absence of hormone replacement. In particular, it has been found to reduce density loss from the lumbar spine and femoral neck.Something that I’ve always advocated and is crucial for maintaining bone strength […]