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Nutrition Naturally / Articles posted by Tracey

About The British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT)

This short (2 ½ minutes) video gives a good overview of the benefits for you and what you can expect from a consultation with me. [embed][/embed] Transcript Vitality:  food, movement, sleep and healthy lifestyle choices are the foundations of vitality and continued wellbeing. For over 20 years, BANT members have been providing individuals with personalised nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, translating complicated science into simple recommendations that fit in with your lifestyle and help you reach your full health potential. Today’s world is demanding, we move less as we spend more time on-line.  We’re often pulled in all directions, choosing foods and leading a lifestyle that can make us feel depleted of that energised feeling we once had, even increasing the risk of ill health.  Suddenly your digestion starts to act...

Nutrition Naturally and Studio 15 Pilates New Year Detox Promo

Buy a 10 session Reformer Package with Studio 15 Pilates in January and get a 30 minute nutrition consultation with Tracey for free. Achetez un Package Reformer 10 sessions pendant le mois de janvier et recevez une consultation de nutrition de 30 mins gratuite avec Tracey. Just some of the benefits of detoxing: Better sleep Clear skin Improved digestion Improved mental clarity Increased energy Weight-loss Quelques bénéfices d'un detox : Meilleur sommeil Peau claire Digestion amélioré Cognition amélioré Plus d'énergie Perte de poids Nutrition consultations available until 16 February only so book today using the online booking calendar. Offre nutrition valable jusqu'au 16 février alors réservez aujourd'hui ici. For more information on Studio 15 Pilates and the reformer offer please visit Pour plus d'information sur l'offre Pilates voir le site

Osteoarthritis: individualised solutions for tackling the suffering

Today is World Arthritis Day so let's take a look at how Nutritional Therapy can help relieve some of the pain of osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis and quality of life The joint pain and stiffness of osteoarthritis (OA) can severely impact quality of life and sufferers report that this is poorly understood by many doctors.   However, by combining nutritional and lifestyle approaches based on individual needs, effective relief may be possible.  By following the functional medicine (FM) approach, nutritional therapists (NTs) are ideally positioned to provide effective solutions. Towards patient understanding Research released during the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) Congress 2016, indicates that rheumatologists underestimate the impact OA has on lives1 and a joint collaboration between Arthritis UK and The Telegraph newspaper, found that one third of respondents feel that...

Drinking water – bottled or tap?

Bottled water or tap water?  Which should we be drinking? Actually a water filter is probably best! In the developed world millions of bottles of water are consumed every day, 80 million bottles in the United States alone.  Bottled mineral water is promoted as being cleaner than tap water and better for our health.  Is this true?  Is there such a thing as ‘pure’ water? An examination of this question reveals that the availability and quality of water is a global issue and one with which we should all be concerned. Water is becoming a scarce resource. The corporations who sell bottled water are defining the control of water. And the environmental and health arguments for not drinking bottled water are compelling.  But is tap water safe? Around...

Functional Medicine Explained

Have you ever wondered why you are depressed and lacking in energy?  Why is it that so often the symptoms of disease are treated with medication?  Why did you actually develop that disease in the first place? When I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease at the age of 22, the only thing that conventional medicine could offer me was steroids, resulting in bloating and difficulty sleeping.  They also carry an increased risk of osteoporosis and were not a cure, just a bandage.  I knew that my disease was a direct result of my stress over my mother's terminal illness but not once did a doctor ask me what was going on in my life.  Fortunately for me, I discovered Functional Medicine quite quickly. In the words...

What to eat in October

A monthly look at seasonal produce so that you can buy local, improve the nutrient value of your food buy buying fresh fruit and vegetables and help save the planet by reducing your carbon footprint! Produce at it's best in October in Europe: Fruit Apple Blackberry Cranberry Date Fig Pear Plum Pomegranate Quince Tomato Chestnut Vegetables Aubergine Beetroot Broccoli Brussels Sprouts Cabbage Cavolo Nero Celeriac Celery Garlic Globe artichoke Jerusalem artichoke Kale Kohlrabi Lamb's lettuce Leek Lettuce Onion Pak Choi Parnsip Peas Pepper Pumpkin Radiccio Radish Runner bean Salsify Spring onions Swede Sweet potato Swiss chard Tomato Turnip Meat Duck Venison Other game Fish and seafood Mussels Oysters Mackerel Whiting Recipe ideas :  Apple & blackberry crumble; Squash and pomegranate salad;  baked Brussels sprouts, broccoli or kale; sweet potato and pumpkin soup. I...