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‘You will not be punished for your anger, you will by punished your anger’

Have you heard the terms 'Green with envy', 'Angry liver'.  Anger and frustration are key emotions connected to the liver. Feelings of anger plague us all the time. We are all capable of flying off the handle, saying things we didn't mean or doing things out of character. Our real emotions lie below the surface [...]

Rehab for cancer- Part 2

"The influence of psychosocial factors on the development and progression of cancer has been a longstanding hypothesis since ancient times. In fact, epidemiological and clinical studies over the past 30 years have provided strong evidence for links between chronic stress, depression and social isolation and cancer progression. By contrast, there is only limited evidence for [...]

Rehab for cancer patients Part 1

We have a number of cancer patients training at our studios now with some amazing results. Particularly popular is our breast cancer rehab program. All of us have cancer in our body. Today more than ever we have a high plethora of cancer causing agents from the environment to our food supply. The only difference from [...]

You’ll never look good on the outside till you look good on the inside

Did you know that our outside or exterior reflects our inside or interior? Are your poops stinking or perhaps a members of your work team or family? Are you suffering from IBS like I used to in my 20's and treating symptoms rather than root cause? Are diet foods, diet clubs, commercial diets making [...]

By |2019-07-21T20:03:46+01:00February 26th, 2018|gut, Immune system, psychology, tired|0 Comments

It’s all in your head – The wheat brain connection

Increasing blood sugar levels are associated with cognitive decline, a long-term study has found wheat effects reach the brain in the form of opiate-like peptides. The polypeptide exorphins responsible for these effects come and go, dissipating over time, Exorphins instruct you to eat more food, increase calorie consumption. All these effects are reversible. Stop eating wheat [...]

By |2018-05-16T13:11:04+01:00February 26th, 2018|gut, Immune system, psychology, stress, Wheat|0 Comments

Swollen wheat belly & chronic inflammation

“Give us our daily bread” – Deuteronomy. Moses describes the promised Land as ‘a land of wheat, barley and vineyards’. Bread is central to religious rituals. Go into any major supermarket and you will see 68 feet of white bread, wholegrain bread, multi-grain bread, seven-grain bread, rye bread, pumpernickel, sourdough bread, bagels galore, cheese bread, [...]

By |2018-05-16T13:11:05+01:00February 16th, 2018|gut, stress, sugar, tired, Wheat|0 Comments

Uncle Fester, angry liver & my dark eye circles

As many of therapist colleagues continue to overwork, there is something they all have in common - "Dark rings or racoon eyes"- aka Uncle Fester , The Munsters.  I've seen many a physio and also close family relatives and friends with this condition.  It's is especially common in the Asian community and is always advertised [...]

Your gut, organs and back pain – the missing link.

The organs, emotions and the body's connective tissues including bones, muscles, ligaments are all neurally connected both way. In my 25 years plus of teaching experience I have found that exercise, pilates, yoga, and movement will really help some clients with back pain. However, if the pain continues to reside, there is a bigger picture on [...]

Help my child has Autism!

Autism is on the rise, so many parents and colleagues are telling me that their child has Autism. EVERY one of us is on the autistic spectrum: We all experience key symptoms 'just to varying degrees'. Apart from childhood learning disabilities autism, ADHD/ADD, dyslexia, dyspraxia and various learning and behavioural problems all are connected with [...]

IBS & the depression link – Part 2

You've heard me say: "Stinking poops, stinking thoughts!". What do I mean by this? Did you know that the brain and gut develop from the same part of the human embryo and therefore share many nerve endings and chemical transmitters? This explains why GIT (Gastro, intestinal tract) symptoms result from emotional stimulants. Nearly every chemical that [...]

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