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24 April 2019

Valerie Perret

When you eat matters - chrononutrition the science of food timing

When we eat matters. Recent discoveries in chronobiology invite us to review our eating patterns in terms of circadian rhythms, feast and fast [1].

Eating three meals a day with snacks in-between or eating at any time are recent phenomenon in our modern societies [2]. In the scientific community and media, the debate is open between eating regularly versus eating occasionally, between grazing and intermittent fasting. 

18 April 2019

Debbie Pannowitz

Benefits of practicing mindfulness eating

I used to walk down the street, and everyone would acknowledge each other. Perhaps by just moving aside, a nod, a smile or the words hello. Today this is rare. Instead we are tuned into something on our phone that is fed into our ears.

18 April 2019

Jenetta Haim

They can’t find anything wrong with me – can you help?

I often get phone calls from people about to give up and in desperate need of help, all of them ask the question “Can you help me?”. They tell me of the tests they’ve done, and the results coming back negative, but they are still in doubt and in need of help.

22 March 2019

Rakhee Dodhia

How to use Ayurveda to adapt to seasonal changes

The science of Ayurveda acknowledges the synergy between the individual being and the environment and seasons. The change in the seasons impacts us and we can help to maintain balance by responding to these seasonal shifts.

7 March 2019

Robert Medhurst

Research in Homeopathy 6

In 2010, the UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee, which was comprised of a farmer, a professor of chemistry, an analytical chemist, a chemical plant operator, an IT expert, an immunologist, and 2 people with connections to a group called Sense About Science, declared that homeopathy “does not work beyond the placebo effect”1.

14 February 2019

Joann Farkas

How to establish healthy boundaries to optimise outcomes with your practitioner

Before you begin, as individuals you may need to research practitioners and techniques to find what best works for you. The right fit so to speak. You may be drawn to a specific counselling process, or a combination, but with a little effort you will find a method or approach that suits.