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Andrea Bayles Nutritional Therapist
ND, Dip Nutr, Dip Herb, MBANT, MURHP, MCNHC
Blog
  • 27 Aug

    Bircher Muesli

    A healthy recipe for bircher muesli, created by naturopath Lisa Guy. This is high in fibre, antioxidants and essential fatty acids (EFAs).   Ingredients 2 cups rolled oats[...] Read More 
  • 25 Aug

    5 Tips to eat for energy

    Energy – we all want more of it these days! If you are running low or even running on empty, hopefully these 5 tips to eating for energy will help you perk up.[...] Read More 
  • 21 Aug

    Tools and Tips for a Good Night's Sleep!

    Your bed! Make sure that your bed and bedroom are comfortable-neither too hot nor too cold, as quiet as possible, and that your mattress is neither too firm nor too soft.[...] Read More 
  • 21 Aug

    Fatigue and the modern day lifestyle

    Fatigue is a common place complaint in clinic and occurs dramatically in about 20% of all clients. Fatigue is a difficult symptom to diagnose effectively and clients frequently move from one pharmaceutical drug to another therapy before finding any positive outcomes.[...] Read More 
  • 13 Aug

    Gingered Beef or Lamb Casserole

    I recently attended a cookery demonstration day run by the fabulous Christine Bailey, a Nutritionist with over 20 years experience. She ran a course on 'cooking for clients with adrenal fatigue/CFS or M.E. So, I would like to share with you a delicious (and I tasted it myself), nutritious recipe for Gingered Beef or Lamb Casserole.[...] Read More 
  • 27 Jul

    7 methods to preventing a health meltdown!

    Some people manage to go through life without getting sick and manage to maintain their energy levels and some people just don't! These people struggle with day to day living, they gain weight easily, find their concentration and memory failing them and end up with a variety of drugs and medications which can create further problems.[...] Read More 
  • 20 May

    Vitamins and Minerals

    Vitamins and minerals help us to live a long and healthy life. By having a balanced, nutritious and varied diet we can obtain the nutrients we need. Fresh food obviously has vitamins naturally but processed foods often describe themselves as being "fortified with vitamins and minerals" which basically means nutrients have been added to give the food nutritional value.[...] Read More 
  • 28 Mar

    Stress

    Stress....we all get it in one form or another, whether it's work related, relationships, kids and family or even something emotional like grief or anger issues. This is a great tool to just bring you into the moment, to help you cope when inside you are in turmoil and you feel like you are going to explode.[...] Read More 
  • 13 Mar

    Red meat versus fish......which is best?

    With so much in the press these days about healthy eating, it would be easy to become confused as to whether red meat is good for you or not! It is true that it contains so many good vitamins it would be hard to understand why a delicious steak could possibly be bad for your health![...] Read More 
  • 13 Mar

    Want to beat your sugar cravings?

    Sugar and carb cravings can get the better of most of us and breaking the habit of giving in to those cravings can be a challenge. So, to try and help you beat those cravings, I have listed my top five tips to beating them!  [...] Read More 
  • "Andrea offers a personal and professional service that is supportive and straightforward. She does not overly complicate what needs to be done so that it fits with your lifestyle, yet ensures you meet your nutritional goals.  I would highly recommend her. "Jane