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Why you still feel bad on a GF diet (part II)

Though some of your lingering symptoms as a coeliac could be owing to intolerance or reactivity to other foods (see here for more information) these ...

When taking out gluten isn’t enough

Though being diagnosed with a chronic condition isn’t something that many people would want, a coeliac diagnosis can feel like a relief. It may have ...

Shoring up your defences

If stopping yourself from getting ill is your primary aim – and I’m not saying this needs to be your main concern by any means ...

Germ vs. Terrain

When my daughter was two she contracted chicken pox. She was affected badly and we ended up spending the night in hospital as I couldn’t ...
mouldy window

Mould illness

So many of my clients recently seem to have had exposure to mould - either in a previous property or their current home. This isn't ...
Ripples in a lake

Of unknown cause?

Idiopathic is a term used by doctors to describe any symptom of which the cause is unknown. E.g. idiopathic urticaria – to us would mean ...
Roller coaster

The blood sugar roller coaster

I have talked about the problems that psychological stressors can have on immune system functioning before, but physical stressors can add to your stress burden ...

Stress, digestion and the vagus nerve

As we are entering another lockdown for at least the next six weeks here in the UK, I am feeling grateful that I spent the ...

Why me?

When you or your loved ones are diagnosed with an autoimmune condition, one of the first questions that you’re likely to ask is ‘why?’ These ...
Stressed woman

Let’s talk about stress

When it comes to immune function, stress can be a big problem. It can reduce the numbers of circulating immune cells, and chronic stress can ...

World Diabetes Day musings

It is World Diabetes Day today. As many of you know, diabetes is close to my heart as my youngest daughter was diagnosed with type ...
Viruses

Supporting immunity

When it comes to immunity, I prefer to think about fostering immune resilience rather than boosting immunity? Why? Because, the consequences of an immune system ...