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Do elections make you feel happy?

Posted on 05 November 2019 by in News

It’s something most of us are unlikely to have given much thought to, except that the last few years of political discourse in the UK and the upcoming 3rd election due in Dec 2019 in relatively short time has made most people more aware of politics. Consequently, some changes in relationships, creative vocalisations and political ballet dancing on thin wires has presented a complicated, and frustrating period in political and population wellbeing. Read the rest of this entry »

The Food System is broken!

Posted on 22 October 2019 by in News

Over 800 million people go hungry every day, yet one third of all food currently goes to waste. Obviously, there are basic logistical challenges to getting the surplus to the hungry, but at a fundamental level this should be solvable.

In turn the food industry bears responsibility for the fact that over 650 million people are obese, yet it’s governments and taxpayers that pick up the cost of treatment in most cases. Read the rest of this entry »

Smoggy Brain?

Posted on 02 October 2019 by in News

It’s hard to ignore; the increase in pollutants in the air is having a serious impact on human health, function and well-being. Outdoor air pollution has grown by 8% globally in the past 5 years, with billions of people around the world now exposed to dangerous air. It causes up to 7 million early deaths a year—more than malaria and human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) combined—and is now the greatest single killer in the world. Read the rest of this entry »

Are Cognitive Biases Influencing Your Clinical Decisions?

Posted on 19 September 2019 by in News

The short answer is yes – they are, and they have a consequence.

You see, interpretation and assessment errors in daily clinical care occur for many reasons, some of which are based in cognitive biases. These result from limited perspectives, faulty mental shortcuts, or unconscious biases, and yet practitioners are usually unaware they exist. Read the rest of this entry »

How a Changing Climate Impacts the Nutritional Value of Food

Posted on 29 August 2019 by in News

We often think of climate change solely in terms of influencing the weather and the environment. We may also link climate change with reduced food production due to drought and adverse weather. But we are also now learning that climate change will have a profound and negative impact on food quality and nutrient content not just quantity. Read the rest of this entry »

Why are we Tribal?

Posted on 31 July 2019 by in News

The 2019 Institute for Functional Medicine’s International conference in the USA looked at addiction and its related challenges to human life and all that involves. Sharing this learning experience with like-minded professionals highlighted the innate attraction to shared community, engagement and shared values. It was, as one speaker alluded, somewhat ‘tribal’. Read the rest of this entry »

Super foods Nah – you need hyper foods!

Posted on 18 July 2019 by in News

Let’s start with some clarifications – there’s no such thing as a super food! There are, however, many foods with terrific nutritional profiles: rich in valuable nutrients, free from nutritional liabilities, and either low in calories or notably satiating and with special qualities. Read the rest of this entry »

Millennials Health Goes South at Age 27

Posted on 03 July 2019 by in News

A recent report published in April 2019 by the USA based Blue Cross Insurance Group reveals a worrying trend in declining health of people born between 1981 and 1996, a demographic given the moniker of ‘millennial’. This follows a report in 2017, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that exposed a growing gulf in life expectancy between the poorest and wealthiest people, and worse still, children born in at least 13 counties were expected to live shorter lives than their parents would have in 1980. Other studies have correlated the change in body mass ‘obesity’ as a primary risk factor for early demise and longer periods of health compression. Read the rest of this entry »

Our Western Lifestyle Has Lasting Effects on Metaflammation

Posted on 19 June 2019 by in News

The generation of molecular defences to trigger and sustain the production of metabolic inflammatory episodes driven by Western lifestyles appear to create an immune programming capability.

What does that mean? Our innate immune system, the one we are born with and which is not meant to have any related memory capabilities can it seems, be imprinted with patterns that retain activation after the trigger has been resolved. A challenge that may require immune resetting along with dietary and lifestyle changes to generate resolution. Read the rest of this entry »

Why People Resist Change

Posted on 06 June 2019 by in News

I am sure that you have experienced this inner challenge all too often, probably not that far from home either. It’s frustrating isn’t it, when the chance of an altered life (for the better) is within reach but requires a change in actions, behaviour, circumstance and choices. Read the rest of this entry »

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