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Andrea Bayles Nutritional Therapist
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  • 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

    3 Step Programme to Digestive Health

    Have you made a resolution to get yourself mended? [...] Read More 
  • 09 Jan

    21 Days to Wellness

    Really?  21 Days?  I have put together an easy to follow wellness programme to introduce you to wellbeing and health covering topics such as weight management, cravings, energy and stress with easy to follow guidelines and exercises to carry out.[...] Read More 
  • 10 Dec

    Festive recipes and ways with Turkey

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

    Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

    Bulletproof coffee will leave you feeling energised, help you to burn fat, gain muscle and give you some of the above great health benefits of coconut oil. [...] 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 
  • 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 
  • 11 Nov

    Pumpkins and Squash Recipes

    This recipe uses tinned pumpkin puree as a quick alternative to cooking your pumpkins.[...] Read More 
  • 08 Oct

    Beetroot and Cashew Nut Dip

    Beetroots are great energising foods - their juice is rich in nitric oxide which helps with circulation but it is probably better known for its liver cleansing properties.[...] Read More 
  • "Andrea has changed my life!! I feel better than I have for a very long time. Easy to follow dietary changes have given a whole new approach to healthy eating with the added advantage of oodles of energy! "D S