How Stress Impacts Your Body & How Herbs, Vitamins etc May Help You.

Dec 01, 2020

Curious to know if herbs, vitamins etc may help with your stress? Interested to know if there is any scientific evidence? Keen to understand how cortisol & adrenaline may impact your body?

Have a listen to me talking for 20 mins on this subject, via this link to a Webinar I did for 'Dyslexia London' last Friday!

I mention specific clinical trials involving a variety of herbs and vitamins, as well as the biological impacts of stress on the gut, heart, hormones etc

Happy listening!

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How To Survive Christmas Excesses and Fatigue Using Herbs and Foods

Nov 18, 2016

Herbs and nutritional supplements can be your companions during December’s party season, delivering a multitude of benefits. You will be the envy of your peers, looking bright eyed-and bushy tailed when they look grey, puffy and exhausted! Here are a few easy strategies to implement that will help you look and feel GREAT!

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Quick and Easy Stress-Busting Tip

Jun 23, 2016

Most stress is self-inflicted and is created by the mind working through imaginary scenarios that rarely happen.

The best way to break this exhausting cycle is to stop the stories in your head by focussing on how lucky you are!!

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A Clinical Trial Demonstrating The Benefits Of Garlic For Patients With Osteoarthritis Of The Knee

Jun 23, 2016

An Egyptian Study published in 2015 looked at the effects of garlic for patients with osteoarthritis of the knee. Fifteen patients undertook a rehabilitation program 3 times a week that included dietary changes, electrotherapy and flexibility exercises. Twenty-eight patients took the rehabilitation program PLUS a garlic capsule every morning with breakfast (the equivalent of 9 cloves of garlic).

After 8 weeks, the following results were seen:

  • Those taking garlic had significantly reduced knee pain, better quality of life and improvement in the strength of their thigh muscle.
  • Liquid accumulation in the knee had improved in the group taking garlic
  • When the synovial fluid (fluid in the knee joint that helps reduce friction and absorbs impact) was analysed in both groups, the selenium levels were higher in the group that took garlic
  • Inflammatory substances were reduced in the synovial fluid of patients who took garlic
These findings suggest that it may be beneficial to take garlic capsules if you have osteoarthritis of the knee.

Rhodiola rosea for mild stress and anxiety in university students

Jun 02, 2016

A 2015 randomised controlled trial involving 81 university students investigated the effects of the herb Rhodiola rosea on mild anxiety and stress. The active group of 40 students were given Rhodiola twice daily for 2 weeks, the 41 students in the control group received no intervention.

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