November, thoughts of Pumpkins and Thanksgiving

Mention pumpkin and most people think Halloween and Thanksgiving (in the UK we call it Harvest Festival). If this is the only time you buy a pumpkin you are missing out on a very nutritious food. The Native Americans used...Read More


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


Parkinson’s Signs and Symptoms

As we all know designating certain days, weeks and months to a cause is all about raising people's awareness about a health problem, a humanitarian or environmental issue or even something fun. April is the month of Parkinson's disease awareness....Read More


Common kitchen herbs and spices for asthma

The common herbs and spices in your kitchen cupboard can help your lung function, allergies, immune system, and inflammation. So add more to your everyday cooking. Turmeric - this is a spice that is well-known for its use in Indian...Read More


Eucalyptus Leaves

The eucalyptus tree makes a welcome change in colour, its stands out for its silvery green round leaves. The leaves are thick and when rubbed together in your hands release a wonderful aroma that most people are familiar with. The...Read More