Arthritis & the food connection

I often read things that orthodox practitioners write about how there is no evidence that natural nutrition can make any difference to conditions like arthritis - yet there are thousands of people who have changed their lifestyles and have reaped...Read More


Joint Problems & Quality of Life

Many millions of people suffer from chronic joint pain. What does this mean to their quality of life? What is there to look forward to on waking up each morning? Aches, lack of mobility, pain that can make it difficult...Read More


Allergies, intollerance, delayed food reaction

There is much confusion about allergies & food intolerance. Maybe a better way to describe these conditions - instant allergies or true allergy, and delayed allergies. A true allergy is generally instant, someone who has a problem with peanuts unknowingly...Read More

leaky gut

Arthritis, possible leaky gut connection?

Leaky Gut I remember as a student over 25 years ago learning about a ‘leaky gut’, it is only now becoming mainstream news. The connection between diet and this condition is evident and it is probably affecting your health in...Read More


Arthritis, Self-help & Treatments

A comprehensive look at self-help strategies It is important to bear in mind there is no one supplement or treatment that will cure your arthritis, it takes a collection of things plus time and dedication. The 3 point strategy (number...Read More


8 Natural Arthritis Pain Relief Tips on a Budget

There are some common inexpensive ingredients provided by nature that can help you reduce your pain. When we talk about pain relief for something like arthritis there is no one miracle potion, lotion or concoction. You need to implement as...Read More


Food cravings or addictions sabotaging any health program

Don’t skip this article, you may think because you don’t take recreational drugs or don’t smoke cigarettes or drink too much alcohol that addiction doesn’t apply to you. However, I am talking about the everyday substances you find on the...Read More


Treating arthritis means a change in diet – coping with withdrawal symptoms

Even if you don't believe that certain foods can cause arthritis (even indirectly) or that certain foods can help to treat your arthritis - it would be difficult to argue a healthier diet would not improve your general quality of...Read More