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2503, 2018

Recipe: The Red Smoothie – for a healthy heart

By |March 25th, 2018|Food as medicine, Heart health, Nutrition Bling, Phytonutrients, Recipes, The magic of colour|0 Comments

The red pigments in foods have some wonderful benefits, particularly for the immune system and cardiovascular system. Eating more red foods is great for those concerned with hypertension, heart disease and arterial disease.
So let’s take the science on red phytonutrients and translate that into a delicious recipe that helps address these health concerns in a […]

2503, 2018

Pimp Your Dish with Nutrition Bling

By |March 25th, 2018|Food as medicine, Nutrition Bling, Phytonutrients, The magic of colour, Vegan protein|0 Comments

Here I’m using the word ‘pimp’ in it’s meaning of making something more showy or impressive. It’s no secret that we eat with our eyes, so why not make healthy food look as stunning as the cakes and treats that entice us with their decorative beauty. And if that embellishment ramps up the overall nutrition […]

2103, 2018

Nature’s pigments: health benefits of eating colour

By |March 21st, 2018|12 Steps to re-tune health, Beyond Nutrition, Food as medicine, Phytonutrients, The 7 systems of health, The magic of colour|0 Comments

The term ‘eat the rainbow’ is now well established but do you know exactly why all those different colours matter so much?
The colour pigments that give foods those vibrant colours are incredibly beneficial to health and each has their own properties. Given the great synergy between these compounds a little of each will provide the […]

2512, 2017

The 12 Steps to Re-tune your Health

By |December 25th, 2017|12 Steps to re-tune health, Beyond Nutrition, Detox programme, Food as medicine, Healing Miracles, Phytonutrients, The 13 systems of health, The magic of colour|0 Comments

In my quest to understand a health miracle, I began to look beyond just nutrition and became really interested in all the other factors that played a role in health. My research sparked a real interest in frequency medicine – the use of certain frequencies and how they interacted with certain part of our body.
My […]

312, 2017

Excessive brain aluminium in Autism and Alzheimer’s – how is it getting there?

By |December 3rd, 2017|Aluminium, Alzheimer's Disease, Autism, Brain health, Glyphosate, Heavy Metals, Neurological disease, Toxicity|0 Comments

There’s been quite a buzz around a new study that found extremely high levels of aluminium in the brains of donors diagnosed with autism. This was the first time aluminium has been measured in brain tissue in autism. The study was carried out by Professor Exley’s team at Keele University, who earlier this year also […]

2711, 2017

Electrosmog – the great big elephant in the room

By |November 27th, 2017|Alzheimer's Disease, Autism, Electrosmog, EMFs, Heavy Metals, Lyme Disease, ME/CFS, Neurological disease, Pathogens, Toxicity|0 Comments

There’s no denying that chronic illness is on the rise, and in particular neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s, MS, ALS, Parkinsons Disease, Autism, and also ME/CFS, Lyme Disease and Autoimmune disorders.(1-3) While genetics, heavy metals, pathogens and other environmental toxins all play a role, there’s one huge invisible piece of the puzzle that seems to be […]

1811, 2017

Are we beings of vibrational colour and sound?

By |November 18th, 2017|Beyond Nutrition, Ovarian Teratoma, Sound, The 13 systems of health, The 7 systems of health, The magic of colour|0 Comments

Back in 2013 something amazing happened to me, I managed to cure something in myself that was thought to be incurable. Ever since I’ve been striving for an understanding of how that happened so it could be applied to all kinds of situations. I was introduced to the 7 Systems of Health by an inspirational […]

1311, 2017

The fourth brain changes how we look at brain health

By |November 13th, 2017|Brain health, brain microbiome, Probiotics & fermented foods, The fourth brain|0 Comments

We think of our brain as the command centre for thoughts, behaviours and actions, but what if we actually had four distinct brains and these functions are the combined result of all four?
Sounds crazy, but this fourth brain is a game changer in how we address neurological illness. To get some context, let’s quickly […]

1912, 2016

How I Cured the Impossible

By |December 19th, 2016|Beyond Nutrition, Dermoid Cyst, Food as medicine, Healing Miracles, Ovarian Teratoma, Phytonutrients, The 7 systems of health, The magic of colour|0 Comments

This really happened. I hadn’t shared my story beyond a few trusted friends before as it seemed too unbelievable and I didn’t really know how I pulled off such a miracle. I’m closer to understanding how it worked now, so here is my story…
March 2013 I was rushed into hospital with a pain in excess […]

512, 2016

Does the size and colour of your plate affect how much you eat?

By |December 5th, 2016|Beyond Nutrition, Delboeuf Illusion, The magic of colour|0 Comments

We make a lot of eating decisions subconsciously and when it comes to portion control and food intake, it seems size, design and colour really can make a difference. This is based on a little trick known as the Delboeuf illusion which affects how much food we serve ourselves and how much we think we’ve […]