Eat

Welcome to the Eat section.

Here you can find all the posts about what we can eat (food and supplements) that may be able to help improve our health.

  • D’oh, it’s dopamine! January 13, 2015 We’ve made it through the holidays. Hurrah! This post might seem long but it’s kind of all connected. This post will be looking at how we might think a bit differently about aspects of ourselves by becoming more aware of the role of dopamine. You may have noticed from my somewhat nightmarish vision of christmas decorations and my language that ...
  • Self improvement January 3, 2015   There are some things I’ve been doing for a long time gluten and dairy free, sprouting seeds, my own modified version of Pilates occasionally visiting an osteopath and a Feldenkrais practitioner, acupuncturist and craniosacral and shiatsu therapist candida I’ve covered fairly thoroughly but I need to get more organised in sharing some of these subjects. look out for posts this year about getting more fresh ...
  • Chasing Wellness January 1, 2015 Hope you had a good few days of enjoying friends and family’s company and perhaps definitely (for me, anyway) eating more than we normally would. I posted on christmas day the next post would be listing ways we could help ourselves through appropriate eating, moving, sleeping and being still. I’ve put these 4 aspects of our lives in the venn diagram ...
  • challenge, perhaps? December 9, 2014 in this post I’d like to add a supplement that I’d left off my previous two yeast posts. You could argue it was one of the most important additions during an effective dismantling of an overgrowth of candida. Permavite powder; I didn’t use it for the first two months of my candida clearout which I mention here and ...
  • LOTS of advice givers! December 3, 2014   As patients of incurable conditions nowadays we’re surrounded by advice from mostly well meaning folk. Today’s post will look at a handful of these suggestions. Some of them I first heard in relation to lesseniing MS’s effect on the body but which now have a wider audience.   I asked my neurologist, about 15 years ago about what ...