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Buy Organic Celery Fri 11th May, 2012 - 6:21am by Emma Cockrell

  I continue the list of foods from thedailygreen which are best to buy organic. 2. Celery Another perennial food on the dirty dozen list is celery. It’s a good one to commit to memory, since it doesn’t fit the three main categories of foods with the highest pesticide residue (tree fruits, berries and leafy […]

Buy Organic Apples Thu 10th May, 2012 - 9:43am by Emma Cockrell

As I start listing the top 12 vegetables and fruit most affected by pesticides remember that not all foods listed will be suitable for some recommended diets.  If you are currently on a Nutritionhelp yeast free and sugar free programme you should continue to avoid fruit for the time being, but hopefully this information will […]

Buying Organic Produce. Wed 9th May, 2012 - 10:35am by Emma Cockrell

  Clients frequently ask me whether they should use organic foods while on a Nutritionhelp programme. It is certainly beneficial to buy organic whenever possible.  High pesticide residues may potentially be linked to some health issues as well as affecting the ongoing composition of soil. However, at Nutritionhelp we realise that many of our clients […]

Herxheimer Reaction and Vitamin C Tue 8th May, 2012 - 4:15pm by Emma Cockrell

Erica White writes in her Beat Candida Cookbook: …When die-off occurs simply as a result of starting the diet and taking the vitamins, you need to do something to alleviate the symptoms.  Make sure you drink plenty of water, and you can also take vitamin C to what is known as ‘bowel tolerance levels’ – […]

Herxheimer Reaction Mon 7th May, 2012 - 12:04pm by Emma Cockrell

Many clients with Nutritionhelp may be following advice to balance their gut ecology.  This entails increasing friendly bacteria and reducing unhelpful yeasts through diet and supplement recommendations.  Whilst in theory this sounds very straight forward, in practice it can be quite challenging. A main contributing factor to this challenge is that one particular yeast, Candida […]

EU and ASA Regulations Thu 3rd May, 2012 - 7:24am by Emma Cockrell

As we start this new Blog site I thought it would be helpful to recount some of what has been influencing the world of Nutritional Therapy in general, and the outworking of Nutritionhelp specifically. The role of Nutritional Therapy in supporting and maintaining health is becoming increasingly recognised. It has always been acknowledged that Nutritional […]

Welcome to our new Blog! Wed 2nd May, 2012 - 11:31am by Emma Cockrell

We’re just getting started here, so bear with us, and we’ll be posting interesting articles in connection with health and nutrition very soon. Visit our main site at nutritionhelp.com