Many of the foods we eat can irritate and damage the very delicate and critically important digestive system in our bodies, which can in turn lead to anything from inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract to an immune response. Even nutrient absorption can be affected. One such food is wheat, which contains gluten. What is gluten? … Continue reading Going gluten free- is it worth it?
What is ulcerative colitis? Ulcerative colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) which, according to NHS Choices, affects around 1 in every 420 people in the UK; this amounts to approximately 150,000 people. It is a chronic condition, which means that it is ongoing and life-long. However, there may be periods of good health (remission), … Continue reading Ulcerative Colitis
What is leaky gut syndrome? If you suffer with chronically bad digestion (whether as a result of poor diet, a food intolerance or allergy, bowel disorder or other cause), the lining of your intestines can become irritated over time. The lining of a healthy small intestine allows just the nutrients we have digested from food … Continue reading Leaky Gut Syndrome
The "Why" of why would you choose homeopathy alongside or even over synthetic drugs? Is it because homeopathy doesn't cause any side effects, unlike so many other medications? And, further more, it can help to alleviate any side effects you are experiencing NOW? Is it because homeopathy is natural and non toxic? It won't overstrain … Continue reading Homeopathy Awareness week 10-16th April
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is one of those conditions that most people have heard of, if not experienced themselves. It is very common, with up to 1 in 5 people in the UK developing IBS at some stage in their life. It can affect anyone at any age, but most commonly first develops in teenagers and … Continue reading DO I have IBS?