What makes you want to eat? However complex your motivations may seem, the hunger game is essentially a game of hormones. Don’t turn it into a power struggle — you can learn how to trigger or suppress the hormones involved in the desire to eat, and stay in control of your appetite.
From ADHD to autism, from depression to dementia, nutrition is involved in every step of the way. The bacteria in your gut interact with neurons lining the digestive tract, sometimes called the second brain. And that second brain responds to your stress levels. Gut bacteria are responsible for how well you digest and metabolise your food, or respond to an invading pathogen.
Here, you will find a range of articles that I’ve written relating to mental health, weight loss, and other health matters. You may find all you need to know just from reading an article or two.
Sometimes the answers are not so straightforward, and a private, personalised consultation may be the best solution. Consultations were how I began my career in nutrition, and I’m still doing them now. The satisfaction of signing off another happy, healthy client is immeasurable. Here you will also find details about what a consultation involves, and how to book one.
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Vitamin D can’t stop you from getting infected, but it can mitigate the severity of symptoms, and help get you through the winter. Vitamin D is safe and inexpensive. For that reason, scientists now take the view that by taking it, there is nothing to lose, and potentially much to gain. There are some remarkable similarities between those who are most vulnerable to Covid-19 symptoms, and those most likely to experience vitamin D deficiency.
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