Yearly archives: 2012


The amazing adventures of Super Sprout

Before turning your nose up at the inevitable serving of Brussels sprouts dished up alongside the turkey, take a moment to consider them as the nutritional super heroes of the Christmas dinner platter.  Indeed, you may be pleasantly surprised to learn that the humble sprout […]


Glen Matten

With a Master’s Degree in Nutritional Medicine, and a predilection for good food, Glen is a nutrition nerd and full-on foodie in equal measure; an inimitable mash-up that saw him combining nuggets of nutritional knowledge with some stonking recipes in his first book ‘The 100 […]


U. Springett, Devon

“My son is 13 years old and had symptoms of adhd. I used to have a chart with good/okay and bad days which helped me cope with my son. After taking the Pharmepa Step 1 (E-EPA 90) capsules for two months or so I did […]


Seeking the antiageing elixir by Dr Nina Bailey

Scientists in Kazakhstan have recently reported developing a life-lengthening yoghurt drink after the country’s 72-year-old leader, Nursultan Nazarbayev challenged them to provide him with “an elixir of youth and energy” that would enable him to continue his rule.  He certainly would not be the first […]


Diet and the ADHD child: part 2, by Dr Nina Bailey

Part two –identifying dietary triggers In August this year I drew attention to issues centred on feeding and nutritional deficiencies often associated with ADHD.   Whilst the benefits of several nutrients, including omega fatty acids, amino acids and numerous vitamins, are well documented for their favourable […]


Feature story: Teresa Wilmott

It’s a well-coined phrase, but for some people ‘life is a rollercoaster’ is apt. This was true for mother of two, Teresa Willmott. “I have had thyroid issues for a long time which has specific side effects, so when I was particularly low and lethargic […]