I faced my fears and had my smear

I faced my fears and had my smear. Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35. I’m 58, not in my 20’s or 30’s, and I had my cervical smear in February 2018. I was late with it, 7 years instead of 5, and my next smear in 2023 a the age […]

Why you need to use a dental ‘dam’ if you have IBS or IBD

I was in my clinic last week, carrying out colon hydrotherapy treatments on people of all ages, both sexes and from all walks of life, but with very similar symptoms mainly bloating, abdominal pain and constipation. One of my patients, a man of 42 years of age, let’s call him John (not his real name), […]

Food Is Supposed To Nourish Us, Not Make Us Afraid To Eat It!

Food is supposed to nourish us, not make us afraid to eat it. You would think that here in the UK, in the 21st century, nutrient deficiencies are impossible to contemplate. After all, we are surrounded by an abundance of food – in shops, supermarkets, cafés and restaurants, as well as on TV cookery programmes […]

Beautiful skin really is much more than skin deep

Beautiful skin really is much more than skin deep. The prevalence of auto-immune skin conditions alongside other auto-immune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, coeliac disease, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and type II diabetes is on the rise. Our wondrously complex immune system can successfully protect our bodies while recognising and eliminating billions of […]

Blood in your stool – when it’s time to visit your GP

Blood in your stool – it can be quite alarming, having a bowel movement, looking into the toilet bowl and noticing bright red blood in your stool, or perhaps you noticed it on the toilet paper.  Either way, it’s something that needs investigating by your GP. It may be that you are constipated, your stools […]