Yearly archives: 2017


Protein – are you getting enough?

You need only open a magazine to see that the latest ‘celebrity eating craze’ is a ‘high protein’ diet; protein ‘shops’ have taken over high streets, and social media flashes pictures of ‘meal prep’ containing nothing but steak, eggs, chicken and additional protein shakes and […]


Kids’ breakfast made easy, by Lola Renton

As alarm clocks start to ring far too early across the country,  the morning frenzy on a regular school day is just about to start. Getting the kids ready for school, finishing up homework, looking for shoes under the bed and buttoning up shirts – […]


Andrew Bridgewater

I’m a UK Chartered Psychologist who specialises in helping business owners and leaders uncover their natural resilience and wellbeing, so that they can become healthily successful and powerful role models for others. Someone who suffered with work-related stress for many years, this culminated in an […]


Managing endometriosis naturally

Lena Dunham has recently been sharing her struggles with endometriosis and it appears that more celebrities also suffer with the condition; even Marilyn Monroe is rumoured to have had it. Whilst this helps to raise awareness of a painful, not uncommon condition, many people still […]


Olianna Gourli

Olianna Gourli is a qualified Biomedical Scientist (BSc | UCL), Nutritional Therapist and Naturopath (NHS, CNM), fully registered with the British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). She works within high profile, private integrated […]


Suzanne Jeffery

Suzanne Jeffery is a practitioner in Nutritional Medicine with a Functional/Lifestyle Medicine approach. She is highly academically qualified and is engaged in ongoing academic health research. Her approach to complex, chronic conditions is to search for the underlying causes of the condition rather than suppressing […]


Applied nutrition for endometriosis

  It is estimated that one in ten women of reproductive age suffer with this debilitating illness and yet it takes on average seven years for a diagnosis to be made. Is it any wonder that sufferers of this poorly understood reproductive disease are drained […]


Nutritional strategies to help manage PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most commonly occurring cause of female infertility and is believed to affect up to one in five women of reproductive age and as many as 5-10% of women worldwide.   The condition is associated with an imbalance of sex hormones, […]


Eva Winter

I enjoy treating a wide variety of patient groups and all ages. I am experienced at treating patients with chronic conditions as well as acute sporting and accidental injuries. My treatment and advice helps to provide rapid relief from pain, swelling and stiffness enabling a […]