Advice For Wheelchair Bound People
This fact sheet offers general advice for people who are wheelchair-bound but everyone is different. It is therefore beneficial to have a personal health and nutrition assessment to get specific advice for your individual needs including medical conditions, digestive health, hormonal imbalances, sleep disorders etc.
There are different types of alopecia including areata, androgenetic, telogen effluvium, anagen effluvium, cicatricial, traction and trichotillomania.
This fact sheet offers generic advice on cellulitis but everyone is different. It is therefore beneficial to have a personal health and nutrition assessment to get specific advice that takes account of all your health issues.
Fresh fish – at least 3 times a week to boost your zinc and omega-3 intake. Tuna, salmon and snapper contain the highest levels tryptophan which will help lift your mood.
Chew your food thoroughly before you swallow. Why? Because you have no sharp teeth or cutting tools inside your digestive tract – if your teeth couldn’t handle it, your insides will struggle. What can’t be processed by your gastric juices will be stored as fat and/or toxic waste. Chewing also stimulates production of stomach acid. The only part of digestion you have control over is chewing – so do a good job!
Gout is a form of arthritis that occurs when sharp crystals of uric acid collect between the joints causing painful inflammation. Uric acid is a chemical that the kidneys filter out of the blood through the urine.
Most of us don’t think about our immune systems –until we become sick! Then we dose up on an abundance of minerals and vitamins and expect our bodies to bounce back immediately. Happily, most bodies do.
Whilst everyone is different, the following principles are a helpful guide to those having difficulty conceiving.
This fact sheet offers generic advice on leg ulcers but everyone is different. It is therefore beneficial to have a personal health and nutrition assessment to get specific advice for YOU!
The following advice from the Mesothelioma Centre provides advice for people who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma and undergoing treatment.
Advice for those with parkinson’s disease.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
This fact sheet offers generic advice on PCOS but everyone is different. It is therefore beneficial to have a personal health and nutrition assessment to get specific advice for YOU!
Prostate Health Cancer
Whilst this advice is for those have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, it will be helpful to all men who wish to protect their prostate health.
It is important that your digestive system works efficiently. You should be getting a
regular bowel movement every day with no urgency or discomfort. Why? Because your
digestive system is the ‘engine’ that feeds all the cells of your body. If it doesn’t work
every well, neither will you!
Hints and Tips for Shift Workers.