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Electrosmog

Energy fields, such as sound and light, are all around us. Everything is made up of tiny particles and waveforms (energy patterns). Electrical devices emit electrical fields and magnetic fields Devices powered by mains electricity operate at low frequencies and give off electromagnetic frequencies (EMF’s). Appliances like washing machines and TVs draw voltage from the wires behind your plug sockets, the more power is needed – the more electrical and magnetic fields are produced. Higher frequencies are used for wireless communications (mobile phones, wifi etc). These frequencies radiate out as waves of energy so they are known as electromagnetic radiation […]

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Histamine intolerance and mast cell disorders.

Histamine intolerance can be a factor that stops people from recovering their health, until it is addressed. Histamines are chemicals produced during allergic responses. When an allergen triggers the immune system, mast cells (a type of white blood cells) release histamines as part of the inflammatory immune reaction. As well as being produced during an immune response, histamines can also be absorbed from histamine-containing foods and are produced by bacteria in the gut. The symptoms of histamine intolerance are the same as other allergy problems: rashes, urticaria / hives, runny nose, swelling in the throat, and itching. An overload of […]

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IBS Module

IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) Click NTA LIFE IBS MODULE 06.17 to read our full module about IBS – it includes information about what IBS is, what might be causing it, other digestive problems that can be related to it and most importantly how to make it better!

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Tools for Pre-Menopause

In the Western world the menopause is often portrayed as an illness when in fact it is simply a natural transition that women experience with age. It is a gradual process and in the years leading up to the menopause several things happen: your egg supply diminishes; hormone production in your ovaries reduces and you stop ovulating each month. These changes can cause hormone related symptoms but the good news is that there are many perfectly natural ways to help support you through the transitional period and bring your body back into balance. Read on to learn more about symptoms and […]

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Winter is coming – time to boost your immune system!

Winter is the season where viruses tend to affect us the most but the best remedy is prevention. The better you look after your body, the better your body will look after you. Here are our top tips: Eat a healthy diet, high in fresh fruits, vegetables, good quality proteins and fats. Keep well hydrated too.  Your body will need more nutrients to fight the cold weather, so aim for 10 portions of fruit and veg a day, or cheat by taking our nutrient powders. If you come down with a cold, sip fluids to flush toxins through. Hot lemon […]

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What is detox and why might you need to do it

What is detox and why might you need to do it

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The NTA approach to Chronic Lyme disease

Naturopaths look at health and disease in a completely different way to most conventional doctors. At NTA we have been specialising in helping people with chronic Lyme for 7 years and for the previous 10 years we specialised in treating CFS / ME and Autism – where Lyme will definitely have been a factor. We believe that we are the only team of Naturopaths in the UK combining Buhner based Herbal medicines, Homeopathic medicine, Natural nutrient formulas, Bio-resonance diagnosis and treatment as well as Dr Klinghardt’s ART diagnostic technique and KI Science products. We work hard to keep up with […]

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What is Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is a bacteria infection, which can be transmitted via a tick bite or from mother to baby during pregnancy. Ticks can carry other infections such as Anaplasma and Babesia. Ticks are arachnids and can be as small as a poppy seed. Risk of Lyme Disease Infected ticks can be found all over the UK. Their typical habitat is woodland, heathland and parkland, but they can also be found in urban parks and even gardens. You can be bitten and infected in any month of the year, however ticks are most active in the milder months. Pets can also […]

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Benefits to eating Organic food

There are benefits to eating organic food suggests research* recently published by the European parliament, after they commissioned a review of existing scientific evidence about the impact of organic food on human health. The benefits mainly arise because the pesticides in conventionally grown food are more dangerous than was previously thought, causing damage to the human brain. “At least 100 different pesticides are known to cause adverse neurological effects in adults, and all of these substances must therefore be suspected of being capable of damaging developing brains as well” the report states. These adverse effects are likely to be lasting and in […]

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Guidelines for eating well

‘Eat Food… not too much… mostly plants…’ Michael Pollan, In Defence of Food. Your body wants nutrients and fuel to function effectively. Foods that are low in nutrients include; sugar, alcohol, refined grains, standard vegetable oils, skimmed milk and low fat versions of real foods. Try to think about food in terms of nutrients, not calories. Spinach, blueberries and red peppers are all highly nutritious, but so are butter, eggs and steak. Grains, fats, nuts, meat, cheese, fish and eggs are all nutrient dense, but also calorie dense so fill yourself up with nutritious vegetables and provide satisfaction with smaller amounts […]

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