Oh No Winter Bug Time

It’s that time of year again where virus and bacteria’s run a-muck and play havoc on our bodies.

There is no magic bullet in creating a healthy immune system. The best place to start is eliminating junk foods and beverages from the diet. Adequate rest and moderate exercise are also important.

60% of our immune system is in our gut, therefore it is important to maintain an adequate number of friendly bacteria.

It does take a substantial effort to build immunity and achieve optimum health.  But you and your family are worth it

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The Healing Crisis

What is a healing crisis?

A healing crisis a.k.a detoxification reaction occurs when the body tries to eliminate toxins at a faster rate than they can properly disposed of. The more toxic one’s bodily systems are, the more severe the detoxification, or healing crisis. It is characterized by a temporary increase in symptoms during the cleansing or detox process which may be mild or severe. You may feel worse and therefore conclude that the treatment is not working. But these reactions are instead signs that the treatment is working and that your body is going through the process of cleaning itself off impurities, toxins and imbalances.

Such reactions are temporary and can occur either immediately, within several days, or even several weeks, of a detox. Symptoms usually pass within 1-3 days, but on rare occasions can last several weeks. If you are suffering from a major illness, the symptoms you experience during the healing crisis may be identical to the disease itself. Sometimes the discomfort during the healing crisis is of a greater intensity than when you were developing the chronic disease. This may explain why there may be a brief flare-up in one’s condition. Often the crisis will come after you feel your very best. Most people feel somewhat ill during the first few days of a cleanse because it is at that point that your body dumps toxins into the blood stream for elimination. With a more serious condition, there may be many small crises to go through before the final one is possible. In any case, a cleansing and purifying process is underway and stored wastes are in a free-flowing state.

Why are we having healing crisis?

The healing crisis is the result of your body, working to eliminate waste products through all elimination channels and set the stage for regeneration. The end result: old tissues are replaced with new. When any treatment or cleansing program causes a large-scale removal of bacteria, a significant amount of endotoxins (toxins within the bacteria itself) are released into the body. The more bacteria present, and the stronger their endotoxins, the stronger the cleansing reaction. When any treatment or detox causes the organs of the body (particularly the liver, which is the storehouse of drug and poison residues) to release the stored poisons and toxins, a cleansing reaction may occur. Any program, such as fasting, which causes a rapid breakdown of fat cells (which are a store-house for toxins), can cause a healing crisis as toxins previously lodged in the fat cells are released into the blood stream.

What are the Symptoms of Healing Crisis?

The healing crisis will usually bring about past conditions in whatever order the body is capable of handling at that time. People often forget the diseases or injuries they have had in the past, but are usually reminded during the crisis. There are a wide variety of reactions that may manifest during a healing crisis, the most common are:

Increased joint or muscle pain


Extreme fatigue, dizziness, feeling sleepy or restlessness

Extreme alert


Headache (believed to be caused by build-up of toxins in the blood)

Aches and/or Pains

Arthritic flare up



Sinus Congestion

Fever (Usually low grade) and/or chills

Frequent urination and/or urinary tract discharges

Drop in blood pressure

Skin eruptions, including boils, hives and rashes

Cold or flu-like symptoms

Strong emotions, anger, despair, sadness, fear, etc

Suppressed memories arise


Mood swings

New phobias develop


You may refer to this link for more information on Healing Responses.

Coping with Healing Crisis

Drink plenty of water between 2 to 4 litres of water a day!! You may also wish to drink plenty of juices, and herbal tea to flush off the toxins. Some professionals recommend distilled water as the best drink. Drinking lots of water will help flush the toxins out of your system and speed along the detoxification.

If you are feeling fatigued, or sleepy, your body is talking to you and telling you to rest. So be kind to yourself, get the rest that you need. Symptoms frequently disappear immediately after a good bowel movement.

For other symptoms, meditation, EFT, acupuncture or a good massage might be helpful to speed up the healing process and reduce the discomfort.

If your healing crisis is so severe, you may reduce the intake of our product and stop for a few days, and increase your intake or start again when you get better.

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Posted by on November 3, 2019 in Health & Wellbeing


Dandelions are not weeds

The health benefits of dandelion include bone and skin health, help with liver and urinary disorders, acne, jaundice, diabetes, cancer and anemia.

The only problem is, is that most people are killing the very plant that could be helping them.

Dandelions are not a pesky weed and should be utilized to their full advantage!

Contrary to popular belief, dandelions are not just pesky garden weeds. They may have some health benefits.

In fact, people have used the plant to help treat ailments for several centuries.

10 possible health benefits

1. Providing antioxidants

2. Reducing cholesterol

3. Regulating blood sugar

4. Reducing inflammation

5. Lowering blood pressure

6. Aiding weight loss

7. Reducing cancer risk

8. Boosting the immune system

9. Aiding digestion

10. Keeping skin healthy

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Its not just hot flushes #Menopause

Suffering with menopausal symptoms or hot flushes?

Due to my own experiences I have found a way to suppress the symptoms of menopause, and I am now supporting lots of other women with my

Seed and menopause programme.

Even if you’re not approaching or going through the menopause, chances are someone close to you is. it shouldn’t be an awkward conversation but sadly it is, and considering that every woman will go through it we still don’t openly talk about it. I think it’s because it’s associated with ageing, and us women don’t want to really think our bodies are changing and aging.

Ladies just remember it’s a natural transition, don’t be afraid to talk to your family, ask for support, also find other women who are going through the same experiences.

Menopause is not a medical illness. Even so, the physical and emotional symptoms of menopause can disrupt a woman’s life, I know that from personal experience.

Most women don’t realise that they are two phases to menopause. The first phase is called perimenopause and the signs and symptoms are the same of menopause, but you are still ovulating and can still become pregnant at this stage.

Perimenopause begins in the years prior to menopause when your hormones begin to change, and your periods become irregular.  The ovaries start to slow down and produce less oestrogen.  What a lot of women don’t realise is that this often begins when you are in your 40s, and that menopause is a very gradual process.

Then menopause phase is when a woman hasn’t had a period for a full year and this normally happens around the age of 50. The average woman might experience menopause symptoms for around four years after that last period however, one in 10 of us can have symptoms for up to 10 maybe 12 years.

If you smoke, you can expect to experience the menopause almost two years earlier than non-smokers because the chemicals in cigarette smoke damage oestrogen.

If you are experiencing lighter menstrual cycles, or they have stopped, and you are under the age of 45, you may be going through early menopause. Most of the symptoms associated with menopause happen during the perimenopause stage.

I think I first started experiencing symptoms around 5 years ago, but I didn’t actually associate the symptoms with the changes that were happing to my body. (My mother told me nothing ha). It was affecting me physically, and emotionally. At times I really don’t know myself, and my family couldn’t understand what was happening to me. I was crying at the drop of a hat, lashing out for no reason. I am sure some of the ladies reading this can recognise that in themselves.

Some women go through menopause without any complications or unpleasant symptoms. But others find the symptoms lasting for many years and causing big changes to their lifestyle. A lot the women that I work with, say they feel unprepared for what menopause may bring, and they are surprised how its affected their health, their work, and their personal lives.

Some women are still fertile and can still get pregnant, and here is an interesting fact, taking hormonal birth control could help suppress the symptoms.  Up to 90 % of women gain weight and may feel hungrier or more fatigued.

Now is the time to start taking really good care of our self-ladies.

Women over the age of 50 are a big part of the workforce, and most will go through the menopause transition during their working lives. For every 10 women experiencing menopausal symptoms, 6 say it has a negative effect on their work, and relationships at work.

Menopause has been referred to as the “change” and it can be stressful for a lot of women and their partners. It occurs around the age of 50/51. The transition can begin on average up to 4 years before the final period and can last up to 10 years, which I was really shocked about when I first heard this.

As our child-bearing years come to an end, our ovaries stop producing oestrogen, and women experience hormonal changes as our hormone levels decrease. The symptoms of menopause vary greatly for each woman. In fact, in one study up to 84% of women said their symptoms interfere with their lives.

Although the age you start menopause is partly genetically determined, this does not mean that you will have the same experience as your Mother or Sister. Your symptoms can vary considerably despite being in the same family.

The most common symptoms of menopause are:

Hot flashes, mood swings, depression, or anxiety. Many of the women I work with say they suffer with Irritability, and some women tell me they cannot control their mood swings.

Environmental factors can bring on early menopause, and certain things like: Smoking, chemotherapy, poor nutrition, and of course a hysterectomy can bring on early menopause. Some of these things are avoidable, but others can be managed such as your diet and lifestyle choices.

SO what are the main symptoms that most women notice

The first and most common are:

Hot flushes, this can be night sweats or day sweats, and some of the ladies I work with say they can change clothing several times a day. Some ladies notice their body odour becomes stronger.

What can you do about it?

Dress in layers, be prepared to remove layers. Use breathing techniques, breathe slowly and deeply. This sort of controlled breathing just as you start a hot flash can shorten and lessen it quite a lot. Drink plenty water can regulate your temperature and turn down the heating.

Brain fog, to me this seemed to happen overnight, I just couldn’t think straight. I am still going through these symptoms and at times I cannot even remember common words, or even the kid’s names. I do laugh it off, but it did worry me.

What can we do about brain fog? Exercise your brain, play word gamesor learn a new language. I started studying again.

You may also experience more migraines or headaches more frequently. This is because the imbalance of these hormones causes the blood vessels to keep expanding and contract, and eventually the pressure causes the pain.

Anxiety, I was never an anxious person, until recently, I would wake up in the middle of the night from nightmares.

I found myself worrying about everything, and always assuming the worst outcomes for everything.

Anxiety can affect your life; it can cause doubt and unease. However, you can work on mindset and regain more control of your thoughts. Taking care of your mental health should be a huge priority, women already have twice the risk of anxiety and stress than men.

How I deal with it, Deep breathing and meditation really helps me, I do more exercise, yoga, and I walk for miles getting plenty fresh air.

Your Sex life, A lot of ladies say the symptoms disrupt their sex lives, which may even affect relationships, and some of the ladies I work with have even experience slight Incontinence, which is really embarrassing. This is something I work closely on with ladies. Also, you may find that you go to the loo more often than normal especially during the night. Don’t stop drinking water, this will help your hot flushes at night.

Most women will gain weight, go out walking, it is easy on your joints, and it burns calories. As oestrogen levels decrease, your bad cholesterol levels can begin to rise therefore, look at your diet and include all food groups.

Another symptom is Hair loss, don’t worry this is hormonal and will stop falling out. Visit your hairdresser regularly. Change your hair style maybe have it layered, highlights make your hair look thicker.


The fatigue during menopause can consume you. Sometimes, I’d wake up after a full night’s sleep still feeling tired. But most nights I just cannot not sleep. I have started having a regular massage, I go to yoga and meditation, and I have learnt to slow down and rest when I know I need to rest.

Immune system, some of my ladies I work with have experienced outbreaks of shingles. To support your immune system exercise, and healthy eating. The most important thing to remember is that these are symptoms are normal.

Menopause may seem scary, involve your family with your experience and ask for support. Because of what I am going through I have now set up a support system for women. I help women by adding a hand full of cold pressed seeds to their diets. The seeds remove inflammation naturally, and my ladies are seeing amazing results: They are seeing a big reduction in hot flushes, improvement in join pain, they are sleeping much better, nearly all my ladies tell me they mood changed for the better, and they are experiencing less brain fog.

I work closely with the ladies because each lady is different and results may vary, and I have put together a programme for each lady to follow. I am also working with younger ladies who are experiencing menstrual problems. Many young women can be bed-bound for 3 or 4 days. My programme is help so many women. If you would like to know more about my programme I am running contact me directly 07920729394 or email me at

Keep in mind that menopause is just another stage in your life rather than a disease or a medical condition, lets kick the taboo from Menopause together. Join my programme today and let me help you.

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Posted by on October 15, 2019 in Health & Wellbeing


The power of the seed

It’s not weird

It’s new

That’s how nature does it

Everything in nature begins with a seed

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One ounce gives you 8 to 9 servings of fruits and veggies. how? we’ve combined super foods with super seeds and created a super healthy supplement. it’s everything you don’t get, but need. finally, you can live green easily.

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Kale, wheat grass, aloe vera, and spirulina, just to name a few ingredients. condensed and easier to consume than a wheatgrass shot or a green smoothie. it’s more nutrition-packed too.


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The average person carries 30LBS of toxins in their digestive system.

Did you know that 80% of our immune system is in our digestive system?

90% of our Serotonin is also in our digestive system, which is our happy hormone.

There are many researchers who believe that an imbalance in Serotonin levels influence mood in a way that leads to depression.

Many people are mentioning to me that they feel much better after drinking , this is because of the detox that’s going on in their bodies.

It is getting rid of the bad oils and replacing them with good oils. It is detoxing your entire digestive system and helps to pull out all those toxins.

We already know that inflammation causes disease, inflammation also causes depression and mood swings.

Why wouldn’t you want to try my product

Its natural

Its helping our digestive system

its helping our Serotonin levels.

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What do over 100 diseases have in common?

You guessed it. It’s Inflammation. In the below list these diseases have been found to have high levels of inflammation in the connective tissues, or degeneration of these tissues. These include…

ankylosing spondylitis
arthritis (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), psoriatic arthritis)
Crohn’s disease
Chronic pain
irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
systemic lupus erythematous (SLE)
Parkinson’s disease
ulcerative colitis

Our Soul as you know is 281 times stronger than aspirin in eliminating inflammation. I am very glad to have found this. How about you?

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£1 Vegan Meals

Delicious Food For Less.

Minimum fuss, maximum flavour, fully vegan and all for £1 per person.

Miguel Barclay’s One Pound Meals, became the bestselling debut cookbook of 2017. Vegan One Pound Meals, his fourth book in the series will focus on vegan recipes, with Miguel showing just how accessible it can be to eat vegan meals on a budget, with each recipe costing just £1 per portion.

You might think that it’s expensive to change your diet to a vegan one, but Miguel will show you that it’s entirely do-able on a tiny budget. Once again, through his ingenious recipes, he will bring delicious food to your table without the expense.

There’s over 85 recipes to choose from, including:

* Sweet Potato Katsu Curry
* Golden Syrup Broccoli Noodles
* Mac & No Cheese
* Sticky Aubergine Bao
* Black Bean Meatballs
* Vegan Sausage Rolls
* Mexican Stuffed Peppers
* Oothappam Indian Crumpets


The Beginner’s KetoDiet

The transition to a keto diet can be difficult, but this “induction” phase doesn’t have to be! Best-selling author of The KetoDiet Cookbook, Martina Slajerova, explains the first tricky few weeks as your metabolism readjusts to burning fat rather than carbs.

The ketogenic diet has become the go-to healthy diet for losing weight, managing diabetes, and possibly preventing and managing conditions such as neurodegenerative diseases and cancer.

Every recipe in The Beginner’s KetoDiet Cookbook​ is designed to meet the special nutrient requirements of the induction phase. Just some of the dishes you’ll be enjoying include:

  • Breakfast Chili
  • Anti-Inflammatory Egg Drop Soup
  • Ricotta & Pepper Mini-Tarts
  • Avocado Power Balls
  • Salmon Ramen
  • Dulce de Leche Fudge
  • Chocolate Electrolyte Smoothies

From quick “keto-flu” remedies and curbing cravings, to avoiding pitfalls like incorrect macronutrient balances and “zero-carb” approaches, The Beginner’s KetoDiet Cookbook puts you on the right path to lose weight, get healthy, and enjoy all the benefits of the ketogenic diet for the long-term.


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Posted by on September 24, 2019 in Health & Wellbeing

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