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Why anaemia isn’t always just anaemia

Last week we started talking about functional blood analysis and the need to always get the patient to request GP notes on your behalf. Yes, this can be useful for nutrition and improving results from care, but it can also be life saving (and save you a costly insurance claim and a whole lot of guilt). […]

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Why “normal” blood test levels are not good enough

One of things I frequently hear from patients is “the GP ran some bloods tests and said they are all normal”.  Now the issue here is, we have no idea what they tested for and what the actual levels were. NHS blood tests can give a wealth of information if you know what you are looking […]

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How to stop gout with no diet changes

One of the easiest non-treatable chiro/osteo/physio things to diagnose with confidence is gout. If they turn up with a red, swollen, big toe joint barely able to walk, it is going to be towards the top of the list. Truly low hanging diagnostic fruit. And allopurinol is a relatively safe drug to be taken long […]

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How to reverse diabetes

Earlier this month we celebrated my Mother’s 80th birthday. It was a classic British summer affair, with heavy rain and wind and yet we persisted with a BBQ. The cake was a dairy free, high fat keto style, because these days Mum is all about high fat, low carb action. In fact, by following a […]

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One easy treatment to reduce migraines by 50%

Picture this…..you are at the beach, chilled out, but hot, so you go for a delicious ice cream. As you dive in, it triggers childhood memories of days at the beach, and then it hits you, a vice like clamping down inside your head, it’s a…………hypothermic sphenopalatine cephalgia!! Or as you might call them….. If […]

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The secret hack to fight off infections this winter

There is a concept called second order thinking that helps us make better decisions for better longer term outcomes. It is all too easy to think about the immediate good outcomes from taking an action, but what about the unintended consequences, both good and bad? This is a more detailed explanation, have a good read: […]

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Why statins make you hurt

Before we just go on today’s topic, in order to help your clients keep healthy from optimal (not “adequate”) vitamin D levels, I have attached a patient education sheet on how to get vitamin D from natural sun exposure. It looks like this: It explains in easy pictures and text how to get natural sunlight for […]

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The best new stuff I am using right now

This week I am doing a run down on a few products I have been using in the health arena plus a few foodie recommendations to take you through the summer, which is GOING TO BE REALLY HOT – Fact. I put quite a lot of business through the natural dispensary via my online nutritional […]

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Vitamin D C19 update

This week I have prepared a video for you on a recent vitamin D study and a review of a meta-analysis of Ivermectin. I mention a previous video you can check out here on vitamin D treatment of C19 once symptomatic. I also cover some vitamin D basics too, you can see that here. https://lessons.academyofchiropracticnutrition.com/covid-vitamin-d-update-video/ Here is […]

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Keeping nutrition simple

There is a classic principle of logic and problem solving that says something like “the simplest explanation is usually the correct one”. It is known as Occam’s razor. This week a news story showed this in it’s most graphic form after Dominic Cummings released Whatsapp messages between him and Boris Johnson regards the competence (or perceived […]

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