The Science and Impact of Rushing

facing women’s health today is the way stress hormone production is interfering with sex hormone balance. Too many women now suffer with premenstrual syndrome (PMS), PCOS, endometriosis and experience debilitating…

Are you one of the one in five?

…triggers including: Relentless stress hormone production, anxiety or excessive worrying Food intolerances, poor digestion, low digestive enzyme production Sex hormone imbalances Gut bacteria disruptions, possibly after an episode of food…

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Ways to Avoid Constipation

The health of the gut is central to every aspect of health. It is through our digestive system that we absorb all of the goodness from our food, a process…

Being A ‘Flexitarian’ When It Comes To Your Health

…and relaxing. Zags are part of a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. If this approach is going to serve someone’s health, I would guide someone to zag once a week, or…

What’s the fuss with fermented food?

bacteria present in the gut is the basis for good gut function and health, particularly a healthy immune system. The average person has between two and four kilograms of bacteria…

Could one of these less talked about hormones be at the heart of your health challenges?

know that about 80% of your serotonin is made in your gut? Yep, it can be hard to feel happy or content when you have gut challenges! We are supposed…

5 habits that can subtly compromise your health

health. I believe it’s important to consider health and wellness changes framed from a positive perspective – for example, how you can help to improve your wellbeing with easy habit…

Ageing and weight gain: is it inevitable?

…shift can be attributed to nine different factors – gut bacteria, liver function, sex hormones, emotions, the nervous system, thyroid function, calories, stress hormones and insulin – and I cover…

Signs your adrenals need support

…off stress hormones, namely adrenaline and cortisol, produced by the adrenal glands. Adrenaline is our acute stress hormone, designed to get you out of danger, and cortisol is the stress