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Last updated February 2019

Welcome to my website.  Following our wonderful team event in Stratford I wanted to share with you some of the facts, research and health information I have recently be looking over.

Hope you find it of value.

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The Eat well Guide

by Public Health England

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Children and adults across the UK are consuming 2-3 times more than the RDA of sugar (equiv 5-7 cubes sugar).

Almost a 3rd of free sugars consumer by 11-18yr old are from soft drinks.

Public health England the eat well guide

Nutrition Requirements

by the British Nutrition Foundation

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doTERRA Digestive Health   CLICK HERE

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Thinking your way into Health

by Kamilah Stevenson

The surprisingly dramatic role of nutrition in mental health

Julie Rucklidge clinical psychologist (new Zealand)

Key Points

  • Optimizing nutrition is a safe and viable way to avoid treat or lessen mental illness    Poor nutrition is a significant and modifiable risk factor for the development of mental illness.
  • 2013 new Zealand health survey mental illness in children n 5 yrs ADHD increase 3 fold internationally, 20 fold increase in autism and a 40 fold increase in Biopolar disease in children. 
  • The western world follows the Medical model – medicine first and therapies second.
  • These drugs are shown to be effective in short time but in long term they have the opposite effect in some cases.  Rates increasing not decreasing.
  • We are no better off these 50 years later with the drugs  eg Ritolin for ADHD than without. 
  • 2 decades ago - Families treating themselves with nutrients in Canada with conditions such as bipolar, psychosis and depression - data showing them getting well and staying well.
  • Micronutrients in adults in adhd in adults  – improved greatly compared to placebo group.
  • Studies show fish oils nutrients reduce the chance of developing mental health conditions in susceptible children.

 

Exercise and nutrition for middle-age and older individuals

by Dr. Stella Volpe

Sugar is Not a Treat | Jody Stanislaw | TEDxSunValley

 

ARTICLES (web)

OMEGA 3

In the UK, intakes of omega-6 polyunsaturated (principally linoleic acid) are close to the recommendation of 6.5% of dietary energy, but intakes of the long chain omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oils are low compared to recent recommendations.  READ MORE

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VITAMIN C

Fruits highest in vitamin c & research studies    READ MORE

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FOODS HIGH IN B12 

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Food facts

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SUPER FOODS

 Table of super foods and vitamin c

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Foods high in B6

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QUOTES

Michael Pollan “cheap food is an illusion, there is no such thing as cheap food” what we save in cost is charged to our health.

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Steve Jobs
Microsoft PowerPoint - Stratford H&N Talk slides prints

HEALTH STATISTICS

In 2016 ncd comprised of 71% deaths with   heart disease being the highest cause.

https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/the-top-10-causes-of-death

 

Children and adults across the UK are consuming 2-3 times more than the RDA of sugar (equiv 5-7 cubes sugar).

Public health England the eat well guide

Almost a 3rd of free sugars consumer by 11-18yr old are from soft drinks.

Public health England the eat well guide

 

Human beings evolved on a diet with a ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 essential fatty acids of :1 whereas in Western  diets the ration is  15:1 – 16.7:1……  promotes the pathogenesis (the manner of development of a disease) of many diseases, including cardiovascular (heart and blood vessels) disease, cancer and inflammatory and autoimmune diseases….. where as increased levels of omega 3 exert a suppressive effect.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12442909/

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NUTRITION & MENTAL HEALTH

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND

BRITISH NUTRITION FOUNDATION