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Tasty Greens

January 16, 2011 by Ange  

Everyone knows they ought to eat more greens, so here is an easy, tasty and delicious way to cook kale or any other dark green leafy green. Accordingly to Abel & Cole, cooking curly kale this way is the secret seaweed in Chinese Restaurants!
Wash the curly kale, chop off the thick stalks and chop or [...]

There’s a whole world living in your gut

January 16, 2011 by Ange  

The MetaHIT project is undertaking the biggest census of the bugs living inside our guts. The European study has taken samples from 124 subjects; a mixture of healthy, overweight and people suffering with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and identified the genes of the intestinal microbials (mainly bacteria) by DNA stretches.
The results are pretty impressive. They’ve [...]

The Times love nutrition at Jiva Healing

January 14, 2011 by Ange  

Jiva Healing was once again named one of the top places to detox by The Times. Jiva featured in their review of 21 spa and retreat holidays earlier this month “The sessions on nutrition are exceptionally good”.
Angela Walker will be offering nutrition sessions at Jiva Healing retreats to Turkey in June 2011 and at the [...]

Beating Colds & Flu Naturally

November 29, 2010 by Ange  

66 to 75% of colds are caused by 200 different viruses  which is why there is no effective anti viral for the common cold. For the Flu, a jab may be on offer, but the leading doctors only recommend those for people at high risk, given the potential for side effects and development of [...]

The Diabetes Gut Link

November 16, 2010 by Ange  

Our understanding of the role of the microorganisms in the gut (also known as microbiota) is growing by the day.
A study published earlier this year looked at the microbial mass of diabetic and healthy populations and found that the level of Bifidobacterium species were significantly lower in the diabetic group [1]
What we eat affects the [...]

Cellular Rhythm and Dance of Life

November 5, 2010 by Ange  

Ever wondered just what goes on inside the body? These incredible animations from Harvard University bring to life the incredible processes and interactions of our cells to life.

Narrated by Jeff Bland PhD as part of the IFM Symposium earlier this year, this little piece of film goes right to the heard of the functional medicine [...]

What’s the evidence for Nutrition?

October 20, 2010 by Ange  

“Where’s the evidence based research for nutrition?” is a pretty fair question that we definitely have an answer to, it’s just that the standard of evidence for drugs and medication doesn’t really lend itself to nutrition. The big randomised control trials (RCT’s) are ideal for measuring the effect of a single intervention (drug) on a [...]

Want to know what Mercury does to your brain?

August 12, 2010 by Ange  

Recent posts have mentioned the reasons for avoiding mercury, the heavy metal which finds it’s way into our bodies from food (especially fish), water (it’s been found in tap water) and silver fillings. This video from the University of Calgary shows you exactly what damage the mercury does to our brain cells (neurons). It’s full [...]

Gluten Free, Casein Free Diet

June 8, 2010 by Ange  

This video is a fantastic explanation and how to guide about the gluten free and casein free diet:

Fabulous Nutrition is a London based Nutritional Therapy Clinic, addressing functional imbalance in the body with bespoke nutrition programmes. www.fabulousnutrition.co.uk.
For more information please contact Angela Walker at Fabulous Nutrition on 07775 582 332 or ange@fabulousnutrition.co.uk

The Body Space

June 1, 2010 by Ange  

Optimising your health and wellness needs a comprehensive approach. A tailored nutrition plan is crucial, but you might also want to think about massage, meditation and other body treatments, which all play their role in keeping your body in tip top shape.
I work with Susie Hampshire at Jiva and Littleton Mill retreats, she is an [...]

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