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Andrea Bayles Nutritional Therapist
ND, Dip Nutr, Dip Herb, MBANT, MURHP, MCNHC
Blog
  • 09 Jan

    3 simple changes you can make NOW!

    Here are 3 simple strategies that anyone can put into place from tomorrow!  If you feel slow and sluggish in the mornings, heavy and lethargic, then these 3 simple tips will make you more productive, more energetic and at the same time provide you with great nutrition.[...] Read More 
  • 09 Jan

    Restart your Metabolism this 2015!

    A balanced metabolism is essential for our health and a healthy eating plan is essential for a balanced metabolism![...] Read More 
  • 10 Dec

    Turkey – 3 things you didn’t know about your Christmas Turkey

    1. Turkey is particularly high in an amino acid known as tryptophan – a building block of the brain chemical serotonin.  Since serotonin is an inducer of sleep, eating turkey will help to improve sleep quality (it might also explain why people want to have a post-christmas meal nap![...] Read More 
  • 10 Dec

    How to support your digestion over the festive season

    We often over-indulge around Christmas and not only with food but alcohol too. Over-eating, feeling full and bloated, indigestion, wind (the flatulent kind), heartburn to name but a few of the more common symptoms of over-indulgence.[...] Read More 
  • 10 Dec

    Festive recipes and ways with Turkey

    Turkey Christmas Slaw [...] Read More 
  • 10 Dec

    Turkey – 3 things you didn’t know about your Christmas Turkey

    1. Turkey is particularly high in an amino acid known as tryptophan – a building block of the brain chemical serotonin.  Since serotonin is an inducer of sleep, eating turkey will help to improve sleep quality (it might also explain why people want to have a post-christmas meal nap![...] Read More 
  • 11 Nov

    Nutrition for your child’s mind

    The balancing act – brain chemicals and mood Feeling low can manifest as feeling miserable, apathetic and unmotivated.  The most prevalent theory for the cause of these imbalances is two families of brain chemicals:[...] Read More 
  • 29 Aug

    THE FED UP CHALLENGE - SUGAR FREE FOR 10 DAYS

    The IFM (Institute for Functional Medicine) has come up with the FED UP CHALLENGE in response to emerging research that this year for the first time in history, more people will die from the effects of obesity than from starvation!  It’s time to take action and the ‘Fed Up Challenge’ has been developed along with the IFM to stop eating sugar for 10 days.[...] Read More 
  • 29 Aug

    Stratford Business Show

    Corporate health and employee engagement are top of the list for employers to be considering as absenteeism and stress levels reach all time highs in the workplace.[...] Read More 
  • 11 Nov

    Digestive discomfort and joint pain case study

    Case Study: Mrs A came to see me in February this year with bloating, severe indigestion and heartburn, feeling full even after small meals and general discomfort with her digestive system. She had poor concentration, a feeling of foggy head and her joints were often sore and painful.[...] Read More 
  • "I was very run down, lacked energy and was finding it very difficult to control my weight when I first consulted with Andrea.  We talked through my issues very thoroughly during the first consultation and Andrea recommended that I take an adrenal fatigue test.  This highlighted that I had an abnormal cortisol pattern throughout the day and was affecting my energy and appetite - I had intense sugar cravings from mid afternoon onwards.  On the back of the results of this test, Andrea recommended a new diet and a course of supplements to restore normal cortisol levels and revive my tired adrenals. I now have more energy and do not have the same urges for sugar during the afternoons. I am also sleeping much better now as well.  I am also sleeping much better now too (after 5 years of 2am waking!).  "Elizabeth