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Posted on 17 April 2019 by in News

There’s a movement growing in the UK’s GP surgeries, hospitals and outpatient clinics. As depression and anxiety rates climb and the obesity and related illness epidemic continues unabated our health care providers are losing patience with their traditional (allopathic) tools. Witness the publication in April 2019 that over 50% of people on the medical industries primary medication for raised cholesterol – statins – do not show sufficient improvement to warrant the continuation of the medication. Read the rest of this entry »

Attention and Productivity

Posted on 04 April 2019 by in News

This editorial is a little different but is also connected to health management and wellbeing. You see many, many people feel frustrated and agitated about just not getting things done. Procrastination and deviation, as well as focus absence drags us away from completing or in many cases even starting tasks. The result in many cases is an insidious sense of lack of productivity and associated satisfaction. Read the rest of this entry »

Biotransformation – A clinical necessity?

Posted on 20 March 2019 by in News

In the intellectual schism between the hardened scientific reductionists and those prepared to explore beyond their current margin of confidence and institutional remit, there is an emerging pattern in the comprehension of the role of chemical pollutants. Included in this is the almost heretical concept that modifying primary enzyme pathways through the ingestion of food concentrates might aid in protection and or recovery! Read the rest of this entry »

Cat Napping – Does it work?

Posted on 05 March 2019 by in News

Sleeping is a basic human need, like eating, drinking, and breathing. Like these other needs, sleeping is a vital part of the foundation for good health and well-being throughout your lifetime. Yet many people – perhaps even yourself find it difficult to sleep as much as you would like to and forlornly hope that a longer lie in may let you catch up! Did you know that the average Briton gets just six hours and 19 minutes sleep a night, yet back in the 1940s they would average almost 8 hours. In the blink of an eye, in evolutionary terms, humans have radically altered a fundamental biological necessity – with repercussions we are still only beginning to understand. Read the rest of this entry »

Do Naked Discussions Change Opinion

Posted on 20 February 2019 by in News

In a week of political defections and naked activists appearing on TV and radio to discuss the matters around Brexit, it’s clear that divisions in the opinion of the electorate continue to pull apart established norms. The structural changes proposed by the UK’s impending exit from the European Union are far more complex and convoluted than were proposed and ‘sold’ and outcomes far less clear than promised. Read the rest of this entry »

Sustainable health – the GI perspective

Posted on 06 February 2019 by in News

Earlier this month after 2 years of consideration the EAT-Lancet Commission published its report in the medical journal the Lancet. The project set out with admirable aims, to pull together the thoughts and evidence base from a large group of experts to see if they could identify a ‘healthy diet from sustainable food systems’. General media opinion since publication has been positive and there are many commendable aspects to the report, but as with many big data driven reports some of the underlying subtleties have been missed out or glossed over. Read the rest of this entry »

A Quarter Life Crisis?

Posted on 22 January 2019 by in News

The start of anything new, including a new year brings change and disruption. For many this feeling is also attached to defined age-related landmarks, typically at the end of different decades.

But…. change occurs at any age and managing the related transition can be challenging, raising stress responses, which if not adequately countered may generate disadvantageous and unexpected outcomes. The period – in many people’s mid-twenties – has attracted attention as a typical time for just such a transitional crisis. Read the rest of this entry »

Crazy Cat Lady – The Cat Fights Back!

Posted on 11 December 2018 by in News

We discussed earlier in 2018 that certain traits in behaviour, risk taking, and emotive decision making may be adversely affected by the associated infection of a common feline protozoa called Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii). You may have nodded your head with a knowing smile reviewing the list of related symptoms and the known behaviour of certain others – not yourself obviously! Read the rest of this entry »


Posted on 27 November 2018 by in News

How much of your decision and thoughts depend on belief? Do you consider belief a strong enough position to make clinical decisions on? How should belief be seen in terms of responsibility and clinical competency?  Here we muse on this very question and trust you find it of interest. Read the rest of this entry »

Meat or Legumes; Protein needs

Posted on 13 November 2018 by in News

Despite health and environmental concerns, global consumption of animal flesh has according to the document on sustainability by Impossible Foods grown fourfold in the past 50 years, and Americans, rather amazingly consume some 50bn burgers a year, with developing countries catching up. Surely, they are getting enough protein, but how much is actually needed for health and what source is best? Read the rest of this entry »

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