Health Articles

Is Sparkling Water Healthy?

I recently had a client who consumes a lot of sparkling water. We’re all aware of the benefits of drinking water but I realized I didn’t actually know if sparkling water actually had the same benefits. Therefore I started to look at the research to answer the question: is sparkling water healthy?

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Problems with Supplements

Many people might think that it is sufficient to just take a multi-vitamin in order to obtain all the nutrients we need. If it was that easy the western world would be a lot healthier… There can be a few potential problems with supplements.

Supplements can be helpful as therapeutic support in certain situations but they should not and cannot replace the natural foods humans have evolved to be eating.

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The Basics of Human Nutrition

If we want to take our health into our own hands and live a long and healthy life, it is important to understand the basics of human nutrition.

We know what to feed most pets in order for them to be healthy or which fuel to put into our cars for optimal performance. But many people lack knowledge about the optimal diet for humans.

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Personal Care

How to Remove Moles Naturally

Moles are annoying.

Let’s be honest, moles aren’t that pretty either.

Depending on the size and location you might want them gone. And we all know that some moles can turn into something cancerous.

But instead of having them cut out by a doctor, we can actually remove them naturally!

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Paleo Hiking Foods

I’ve been recently looking into paleo hiking foods to take on a 9 day hiking trip in Ireland. I will be carrying all my belongings for the whole time so the food I take needs to be light, paleo, shelf-stable and nutritious. The area I’m hiking in is pretty remote and there is not a lot in terms of shops and restaurants – especially if sticking to a paleo template.

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A Year After FMT Treatment

A year ago, I received  FMT treatment (fecal microbiota transplants, stool transplants) at the Taymount clinic in England. I did it to fix my IBS and SIBO symptoms and restore my low numbers of beneficial gut bacteria. This is an update about the current condition of my gut and what has changed for me since the treatment.

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Recipes

Coconut Crunch Bliss Balls

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I’ve posted a recipe for healthy snowballs made from dates and coconut before but this recipe is a variation of the standard date bliss balls using coconut crunch (aka roasted coconut chips). The larger texture of coconut chips added a different texture to these bliss balls, which I quite enjoyed!

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Healthy Baked Beans

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Baked beans are probably one of the most popular foods in Britain, but unfortunately the tinned varieties usually consumed are laden with sugar and other undesirable ingredients.

It doesn’t have to be this way! Just follow my recipe and make your own…

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Why Your Symptoms may be caused by Low Stomach Acid (not High)

Low stomach acid (or low hydrochloric acid) is a very under-rated problem.

When people are faced with symptoms, they usually think they have too much stomach acid and in fact, GPs would usually prescribe antacids or PPIs in these cases.

However, the symptoms for low and high stomach acid are very similar, so it is hard to know which one is present. Finding out is key to effective treatment – taking antacids or PPIs in the case of low acid could make matters a lot worse.

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