Fix your Fatigue

In her new book, nutritionist Karina Antram explores how using the right supplements can help fix your fatigue. The Lifechanging Benefits of Supplements: why, what and when If BIG nutrition, gut health, sleep and exercise are the first steps to fixing long-term fatigue, then the next step is to look at additional ways we can … Read more

Past, present and future: 25 years of Naturopathy

When the new and pioneering College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) opened the doors to its very first students of Naturopathy 25 years ago, the world – and the world of natural health – was a very different place. Here, CNM’s Director of Education, BOBBY QURESHI reflects on just how much has changed in that time … Read more

Get Your Vitality On

LUCIA BYRNE has some naturopathic tips for those looking to boost their energy levels and their vitality and says for those living in temperate climes, Spring has a powerful impact on our Vital Force. March, UK. We welcome you. Gentle misty mornings, mindful movements and the cheerful daffodils standing tall. After a cold and crisp … Read more

Introducing the breath of fresh air that is Dr Jolene Brighten.

Interview by Susan Clark. DR JOLENE BRIGHTEN is a woman on a mission and that mission is to change the way we talk about women’s health – especially our hormones. With her new book, Is This Normal? being published in the UK next month, we discover what makes her so relatable that she has over … Read more

Wild Garlic and Watercress Pesto

Wild garlic, like its bulbous cousin is powerfully anti- inflammatory and great for calming an overworked body. Paired here with watercress, a bitter leaf that helps to stimulate digestion, this pesto is a good tonic for gently removing toxins from the body. 80g wild garlic 70g watercress 1 smoked garlic clove (unsmoked will do if … Read more

Jerusalem Artichoke, Shiitake and Lemon Verbena Soup

An immune-boosting dish that packs an umami punch. Jerusalem artichokes are a fantastically creamy root for a soup, and are low GL, so great for stabilising blood sugar. 6 dried shiitake mushrooms 1 tbsp dried lemon verbena leaves 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 8 shallots, peeled and finely sliced 1 bay leaf 350g Jerusalem … Read more

Walnut Pesto

I’m not going to use the ‘C’ word, but I am going to risk the “W’, one as in ‘Walnuts’. At Christmas. Ick! Actually, the bitter taste of walnuts has grown on me but, as a child, there was always one at the bottom of my Christmas stocking and aside from chucking it at one … Read more

Cultivating True Radiance

It was a life-threatening health scare in her twenties that introduced KATIE JENSON- HULL to the true meaning of radiance and a new career out of the beauty and spa industries and into Naturopathy and her practice as The Radiant Nutritionist. Here she shares her discoveries about the real meaning of radiance. Radiance There’s always … Read more

A Quiet Hero

Very few people can stand up and legitimately claim ‘I cured myself of cancer.’ One of those who can is JOHANN ILGENFRITZ, the founder and head of UK Health Radio — an internet station which has just landed on the world’s top 15 podcast platforms, giving its health shows a potential reach of a staggering … Read more

The SuperCharged Life

LEE HOLMES is the Sydney-based founder of Supercharged Food and the author of multiple books about good gut health. You can’t have good skin without having a healthy gut so here we discover how she started on her natural health journey and what keeps her motivated. Lee has just become a patron and an ambassador … Read more