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Being the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, magnesium plays many roles in supporting your health. It helps dampen the effects of stress hormones to promote calming sleep, as well as relaxing muscles and reducing cramping.

We all need fibre. Whether you're a fan of low carb, intermittent fasting or another style of eating, this unique nutrient does wonders for our health. Fibre is also known as roughage.

One of the most common questions I get from my patients on low carb or ketogenic diets is about fruit, and also which sweeteners to use when the taste buds are calling for something sweet. Let's start with sugar. Sugar comes in a number of forms.

Suffering from bloating, pain, constipation, diarrhoea or reflux? Uncomfortable gut symptoms indicate an imbalance in your digestive system.

While a low salt diet has been recommended for decades, the relationship between low salt and health isn’t as clear as once thought.

It's a common story: you eat well and yet the results aren't fully there. Some people find that despite doing everything right, they just can't shift weight from parts of the body or health conditions are not improving.

It wasn’t that long ago that age-related bone degeneration and subsequent loss of height, due to osteoporosis was accepted as a normal part of ageing.

Do you shudder when you hear someone cough nearby because you just know you’re going to get sick? Do you or your family of often complete a course of antibiotics to treat an infection, only for it to return a month later? You are not alone!

Do certain foods leave you bloated and headachy? Does your dog send you into a sneezing frenzy? Or do pollens and certain grasses leave your skin desperately itchy?

Everyone has experienced the remarkable phenomenon of acute inflammation - a sprained ankle, splinter, or cut – and as a result have witnessed the affected area turn red, puffy and hot as your immune system rushes to your aid to assess the injury