Category Archives: Nutrition

Happy Heart Health Month

I’m raising money for the British Heart Foundation’s and I’d be so grateful for your support.  I’ve lost many special friends to heart and circulatory disease and sadly every day hundreds of people still lose their lives.  I have been inspired by my client’s who have either had heart attacks and are now working on reducing their ongoing risk or just want to prevent and reduce their risks to heart disease.

In the U.K. alone, about 348,000 people die of cardiovascular disease.
Every 7 minutes someone in the U.K. will have a heart attack.

Together, we can make small changes every day to help prevent heart
disease. My aim is to raise awareness of this disease, and  to celebrate the heart and its amazing role in the body. After all, it is your body’s hardest working muscle. Your heart deserves special care and attention!

My pledge is to raise awareness about heart disease and its effects.

Every pound helps so please give what you can to help me hit my target.

Thank You!

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Stress – Just as Unhealthy as Junk Food

HIGH LEVELS OF STRESS = ILL HEALTH

How do you cope with stress?  Do you cope with stress?  Or do you feel stressed out and overwhelmed?  Some amount of stress is healthy, but excessive stress, left untreated, can lead to anxiety and illness.  Too much stress makes you at best ineffective, and at worst physically ill.

Reducing stress is one thing that you can do to dramatically improve your health.  It is the largest single risk factor for physical health and psychological well-being.  Stress interferes with sleep and it affects our behaviour and our ability to regulate our emotions.  It contributes to high blood pressure, increased body fat, elevated blood sugar and high cholesterol.  Mood swings, depression, fatigue and insomnia – these are just some of the affects of stress which in the long term lead to immune suppression = ill health.  90% of all ill health has a stress/ emotional component to it.

A good way to reduce stress is to reduce cortisol (the stress hormone) :

  • eliminating caffeine,
  • increasing the length and depth of sleep,
  • exercising regularly,
  • mediating,
  • getting the correct nutrients
  • Drinking enough water and
  • One of the most effective ways is via hypnotherapy.

Hypnotherapy is a fantastic way to relieve stress, increase happiness and improve sleep, this can be done a one to one session which is very effective but hypnosis audio recordings work just as well – Daily listening is recommended and the more you listen to the audio the more the message will become part of your life.

I have a special No Tricks Just Treats Offer:  Get 4 Hypnotherapy audio tracks for JUST £22, a massive saving of 50%.  The tracks include Hypnosis for Happiness, Health, Relationships and Wealth or you can buy each track for jut £7.50 (a 30% Discount).  Pay once and use them forever 🙂

PLUS with any order get access to a FREE Ebook : 5 Simple and Easy Ways to Reduce Stress

Client Testimonial: Very happy with the hypnotherapy sessions I have had with Kerry. It is a very calming experience and I quickly felt a shift in my feelings and attitude to a difficult situation in my life, which has enabled me to deal with it in a different way. I have also had some pain relief for a chronic issue I have, which has helped with my sleep as well. Cannot recommend Kerry highly enough!

 


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Exciting News……..

As of September 2018 I will be working from Beauty Academy South East, Sittingbourne High Street – 2 days a week :

Thursdays and Saturdays and will be offering the following:

  • Nutrition Consultations
  • Energy Healing with sound and Oracle Card Readings
  • “M” Technique Massage
  • Supplement review
  • 6 Week Meditation Course

and coming soon

  • Pilates
  • Nutriton and Health Awareness Courses
  • Become a Meditation Teacher

For contact details and directions please click here 

To book your appointment, follow the link below
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and find our more about B.A.S.E here

Hormonal Health

MAGNESIUM to Rebalance Your Hormones

Magnesium is key for liver detoxification, thyroid function, estrogen balance, insulin sensitivity and production of hormones such as estrogen and progesterone.

The signs of low magnesium: Aches and pains, cramps, insomnia, constipation, PMS, breast lumps, low energy levels.  Magnesium is essential for over 500 processes in the body.  Follow the links below for more info:

Recommended : Bodyprime
Quick Blog HERE

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DAILYS D’s and VITAL B’s for Hormone Health

Vitamin Bs are critical for liver detoxification, we need them for hormone metabolism and excretion of the excess and toxic.   Vitamin B is also responsible for mental health (B1), thyroid function (B2), for depression (B3), adrenal health (B5) and energy (B12).  More and more people are deficient in vitamin D and low levels have been linked to auto immune conditions, depression, hair loss, bone health and even certain cancers.

You need to make sure your vitamin D is combined with K which aids D absorption.

I get my Daily D’s and Vital B’s from a supplement that contains not only these but other essential vitamins such as Vitamin C, and Vitamin K.  These essential vitamins play a vital role in supporting the body’s overall performance, normal functioning of the nervous and immune systems, reducing fatigue and contributing to normal psychological function, normal red blood cell formation and homocysteine metabolism. Vitamin K has a set of its own benefits, playing a key part in maintaining normal bones.  The combination of ingredients in ProArgi-9+ was meticulously formulated to support exceptional health. This product is pure, potent and formulated to help you live life optimized.

Recommended : ProArgi9+

ESSENTIAL FATS for Hormone Health

Fish oil omega 3’s help to reduce systemic inflammation.  An inflamed cell is not a healthy cell so it is essential to reduce inflammation in the body.  Omega 3’s can help with hot flashes, postmenopausal depression, thyroid function and adrenal deficiency. Essential fatty acids also contribute to normal heart function but can only be obtained through diet.

The source of Omega-3 I use comes from cold water fish which is one of the richest sources of naturally occurring EPA and DHA unsaturated fats and is obtained in a sustainable manner certified by the Marine Stewardship Council.  With a smooth lemon flavour the matrix gel is the fastest and easiest way to obtain these essential nutrients.

I have taken the best quality Omega 3’s that I had access to in the past as I know that they are essential and we have to get them through our diet but I can’t honestly say I noticed a big difference but within 3 – 4 days of taking the Gel Matrix Omega 3’s I noticed a difference in my mood, my energy levels and my skin.

Recommended : The Omega 3 Matrix Gel is a very new and exclusive supplement and can only be obtained by contacting me

I hope these tips help you with hormone balance for you and any other women in your life, friends and/or family.  As always combining a whole-foods diet with healthy lifestyle choices, a less toxic environment and the right supplementation will start your journey to vibrant, long-lasting wellness.  If you are looking to make changes to your health, no matter where you are starting from then contact us to find out how we can help and how you can get a discount on of the supplements mentioned above.