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at 3 Church Street, Reigate, RH2 0AA or call 01737 223499
We are Reigate’s independent health hub with a team of Nutritional Therapists on hand to offer advice and guidance.
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We all need good digestion so that we can take all the nutrients from the food we eat and absorb them and use them. When this isn’t working properly we can end up with a number of symptoms from heartburn to IBS symptoms , such as bloating, wind, constipation and even food intolerances, but it can also have a knock on effect on other areas of our health. Our Digestive Health questionnaire is designed to
So many foods nowadays are talked about as ‘superfoods’ but what does this really mean and which greens are the ones we should be having to get that SUPER effect? Registered Nutritional Therapist Alison talks us through which supergreens really ARE good to eat, and how they benefit us as part of a well-balanced diet. What are Supergreens? Supergreens is a term given to a group of greens (algaes and grasses) that are nutrient dense
Our four-legged friends are often all too happy to eat anything within reach (as anyone who shares their home with a Beagle or a Labrador will know all too well!) To make sure they are getting the very best nutrition we have pulled together a short guide on key nutrients for the dogs that love us, and the cats that tolerate us being in their homes. Good, natural food For all round, wellbeing focussed, natural
It’s no secret that being active is good for the body and soul. But sometimes your body needs some extra TLC in order to keep it working optimally. From the moment you step out of bed in the morning, your joints are working hard to support your busy lifestyle. You may not realize it, but certain activities can place excessive pressure on your joints and cause gradual wear-and-tear. Here are a few simple ways you
We talk a lot about the goodness of greens and the importance of loading up mealtime plates with dark leafy veggies. These powerhouses of nutrition provide fibre and vitamins in their purest form, but what makes these emerald gems so good for us and what gives our favourite veggies their rich green colour? Here we investigate the nutritional power of chlorophyll. What is chlorophyll? Naturally produced within plants and algae, chlorophyl is a pigment that
Registered Nutritional Therapist Bea Lyus talks us through what ketogenic means, what the diet involves and the science behind the carbs, fats and nutrients consumed when following a keto diet. Time to rethink and consume more fats – Ketogenic diet explained. Before we delve into fats, there is something important for us to get straight – Eating fats make you fat – WRONG. Filling up on healthy fats can promote satiety and keep