News Desk:

Contact us Today to book a Video or Telephonic Consultation with one of our Doctors and discuss your Menopause symptoms!

Food in Focus: Walnuts

Have you ever looked at a walnut and realised that it looks a bit like a brain? I often marvel at how foods that look […]

Read More

Tips for Brain Health

The human brain has been described as the command centre for the nervous system and enables thoughts, memory, movement, and emotions by a complex function […]

Read More

Positives of keeping an active brain

It’s happened to most of us – we walk into the kitchen to get something, but once we get to the kitchen, we can’t remember […]

Read More

READ MORE
  • Aug 17, 2021
  • Recipes
  • Hayley Derwent
Nutritional Tips for Oral Health

Nutrition can play a big part in dental and oral health. Tooth decay, periodontal disease, and oral cancers are all affected by what you eat, […]

Read More

Importance of mouth health and diseases caused by bacteria in the mouth

It is commonly known that we host a variety of bacteria in our gut, called the microbiome. These bacteria can influence many things in our […]

Read More

READ MORE
  • Jul 20, 2021
  • Recipes
  • Hayley Derwent
Recipe – Kiwi Pear Refreshing Mocktail

July is the month that many people participate in “Dry July”. This is when people refrain from drinking alcohol for the month of July in […]

Read More

READ MORE
Tips to Reduce Alcohol Intake

Stress directly affects the amount of progesterone our body makes. The more stressed we are, the less progesterone we are able to make. This can […]

Read More

Alcohol and Menopause

The debate on alcohol consumption has been going for a long time, and no doubt will continue for a long time. Oxford Languages defines alcohol […]

Read More

Fuelling for Exercise – Tips from a Nutritionist

What is the best food to eat for exercise? How long before I exercise should I eat? What about refuelling after I exercise? Training If […]

Read More

READ MORE
Benefits of Exercise During Menopause

We are all aware that exercise is important for our health, especially as we age. But what type of exercise is best? How much should […]

Read More

READ MORE
Water – Why it is so Important to Keep Hydrated

70% of our body is made of water. Water is the lifeline for life. A person could survive 2 weeks without food but only 2 […]

Read More

READ MORE
5 Great Ways to be Social Without Food

Summer is here and we are more social this time of year than at any other time. There are lots of catch ups with friends […]

Read More

READ MORE
What does it mean to be spiritually healthy?

Spirituality means different things to different people. A 2007 article defines spirituality as “an individual’s attempt to find meaning in life, which can include a […]

Read More

READ MORE
The best foods to keep your skin healthy

We’ve all heard the saying “You are what you eat.” It’s also a commonly known strategy to avoid certain foods to help look after our […]

Read More

READ MORE
Skin health – how menopause, the gut and ageing play a role

Our skin is the natural outer layer of the body. It is the largest of our organs, in both area and weight. In adults, the […]

Read More

READ MORE
What does a Nutritionist do for Mental Health?

Mental health – what is it? The World Health Organisation defines mental health as “a state of well-being in which an individual realizes his or […]

Read More

READ MORE
The Emotional Rollercoaster of Menopause – What It Can Look Like

Menopause looks different for every woman. Some are lucky enough to breeze through with the odd hot flush and not much else, while others are […]

Read More

READ MORE
What is Type 3 diabetes?

Have you heard of Type 3 diabetes? Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are fairly well-known. Type 1 diabetes is an auto-immune condition in which […]

Read More

READ MORE
What Can I Do to Protect My Brain and Reduce My Chances of Dementia?

There are a number of ways that we can protect our brain and reduce the risk of dementia. The key is to start being proactive […]

Read More

READ MORE
Get Your Beet On With Beetroot

As we head into spring, the seasonal produce changes. In season now are lots of dark coloured fruit and vegetables – blueberries, red cabbage, blood […]

Read More

READ MORE
Fasting Is One of The Most Ancient Healing Traditions in Human History

Intermittent fasting has gained popularity over recent years, with large thanks to Dr Michael Mosley and his 5:2 Diet. Intermittent fasting essentially refers to periods […]

Read More

READ MORE
Christmas Nutrition Tips

Written by: Hayley Derwent Bio: Hayley is a holistic nutritionist whose vision is to inspire and educate patients about food and lifestyle to positively enhance their […]

Read More

Sign Up For Our Free Newsletter Today

Get great monthly articles for valuable information to assist with your menopause management

Free No Obligation Medical Consultation