Allergy & Food Intolerance
If you are now spending more time outside, hayfever could be a problem. Hayfever, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis, is a very common condition that affects at least 20% of people in the UK. It is caused by an allergy to airborne substances such as grass, tree, rape or weed and shrub pollens, which affects the upper respiratory passages (nose,... [Read more of this]
The summer is a great time to think about your eating habits. Whilst the sun is out you can go for lovely green salads, raw green vegetables and the beautiful fruits such as berries that are around. If possible try and eat organic foods as it puts less strain on the liver.
Why do I suggest green vegetables? …. they are alkaline foods and it is important... [Read more of this]
Ringing in your ears? Get Help for Tinnitus.
It can be very frustrating and debilitating to have ‘ringing in your ears’ non-stop. You can’t sleep. You can’t read. It’s difficult to concentrate on anything.
It is called ‘tinnitus’ and doctors just don’t seem to be able to do any thing to cure the problem. They may say you’ll get used to it eventually or even that you just have... [Read more of this]
Is your diet your problem?
A great number of people these days suffer from food intolerances, without even knowing it.
Do you suffer regular headaches, digestive problems, or are you generally under par?
Well it could be what you are eating on a daily basis.
Even if you are eating a ‘good’ diet, one of the foods could potentially be causing a problem.
The difficulty... [Read more of this]
10 tips to help prevent Headaches/Migraines.
How often do you wake up with a headache, or develop one during the day, take a painkiller and hope it goes away? Have you ever wondered why you get headaches or migraines, and what may be causing them?
Headaches are the body’s way of telling us that there is something wrong, and there are a host of reasons why you might get them.
Headaches are one... [Read more of this]
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