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Smile, it’s free, contagious and good for you!

Smiling has a positive effect on your wellbeing and we need to make more room in our lives for fun, laughter and smiling. Often as adults we tend to get caught up in the stresses of life and life gets too serious and we seems to have less and less time for fun and laughter.

Research has shown that there are many health benefits of smiling, when you smile and laugh there are a number of physiological changes that occur in your body, it activates neural messaging that benefits your health and of course your happiness.

Smiling activates the release of nueropeptides that work to fight off stress and the feel good neurotransmitters dopamine, endorphins and serotonin are also all released, these neurotransmitters help to relax your body, they lower you heart rate and your blood pressure – all good for your health. So when you feel your stress levels rising, it may be hard to find a reason to smile but find a funny video or a picture that makes you smile and you can counteract the effects of stress in your body.

Endorphins also act as a natural pain reliever, this makes it 100% organic with no negative side effects and serotonin is an 100% organic anti-depressant, again with no negative side effects.

So go on smile, you know you want to and as I mentioned before it is contagious. If you smile at someone, it is likely they can’t help but smile back and chances are it will change their mood and they will pass it on. You are then creating a relationship that allows both of you to release feel good chemicals and have a happier and healthier day.

Did you also know that you are better looking when you smile, try it out – people will treat you differently. One study reported that seeing an attractive face activates your orbitofrontal cortex, this is the region of your brain that processes sensory reward, so the study suggests that when you see a person smiling you feel rewarded. When you smile you are viewed as attractive, reliable, relaxed and sincere, so keep smiling and see how it works for you.

Smiling raises your vibration; it can instantly change your mood. It’s impossible to sad, angry or depressed and smile at the same time. If you focus your energy on smiling and being happy, you raise your vibration and if you send out good vibrations you will receive good vibrations and attract positive circumstances. The brain can’t handle two emotions at the same time or two vibrationsit is one or the other, happy or sad, relaxed or stressed, accepting or resisting. Your smile is the switch that flips the vibration from lower to higher.

When your vibration is low, you don’t see the positive in any situation but rather focus on the negative, you don’t see things as they really are, you miss opportunities and you don’t experience life to its fullest.

Have you ever found that your day starts, something may go wrong like being stuck in traffic, you are then late for work or an appointment, you start to focus on what has gone wrong and things very quickly spiral out of control and your day seems to get worse and worse, your stress levels rise, what happens is that you are lowering your vibration and the more negative you are the more negative situations you attract. However, if you can switch that around, be grateful that you avoided the accident that made you late, you start to see the positives and the opportunities to have a great day, live in the moment and have a great day every day.

If you are still not convinced here are 7 Benefits of Smiling:

  1. It releases endorphins that that help lower stress
  2. The more we smile the more often we feel happier and relaxed
  3. Endorphins act as natural pain killers
  4. When endorphins increase, cortisol the stress hormone is reduced
  5. Laughing is good for us physically as it helps to expand the lungs, increase our oxygen levels and improve our pH levels
  6. Smiling make you more attractive and approachable
  7. It’s free and contagious, help others feel better too!

Simple Ways to Make you Smile Every Day

  • Watch funny films, video’s or the comedy channel
  • Look at pictures that bring back happy memories
  • Meet up with friends who make you smile and laugh
  • Focus on what is going right rather than what is going wrong
  • Be grateful and give thanks

To find out more about raising your vibration, improving your health and simple ways to release stress to enable you to smile more, find out how I can help create a bespoke plan for you, connect with me by clicking here and we can start straightaway.

Feeling Forever Fatigued


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The reasons why you are always tired could simply be lack of sleep! However, lack of sleep may be the symptom but there are many underlying causes to lack of sleep and general fatigue.

When the body is under stress of any kind, psychological, emotional, physical this can impact the overall function and health of the body and as the body likes to be in balance (homeostasis), it will always try and achieve this balance but may need extra resources, if it does not get these resources in the form of rest, good quality food and supplements we end up fatigued as the body cannot cope.

I believe that we should have sustainable energy throughout the day, ready at the start of the day and feeling energised throughout the day, if you are unable to get out of bed, the snooze button is your favourite button and you rely on coffee to get you through the afternoon slump then please continue reading, this is for you………

The reasons you could be suffering from fatigue are as follows:

  • Toxicity in the body leads to low energy and exhaustion among other symptoms
  • Caffeine leads to insomnia and anxiety
  • Food intolerances lead to nutritional deficiencies that lead to fatigue
  • Sleep debt – getting less than 7-8 hours of sleep a night
  • Stress = raised cortisol levels which leads to fatigue
  • Lifestyle
  • Exposure to environmental toxins and pollution
  • Prolonged stress due to financial hardship, bad relationships or work environment, and other conditions that entail feelings of helplessness
  • Negative thinking and emotional trauma
  • Lack of sleep
  • Poor diet and lack of exercise

On the other hand diet and lifestyle are the basis of all of these, if your diet is poor, you are constantly under stress of one form or another, not getting 7 – 8 hours of sleep per night, the body will be wearing down and not getting the chance for repair which leads to fatigue. When the body simply cannot keep up with the tremendous amount of daily stress we end up with adrenal fatigue, this is where the adrenal glands become overloaded and ineffective. If you don’t address the underlying cause and this goes on for a period of time you may end up with chronic fatigue and then you will have a much longer road to recovery.

The 3 Steps to Solving Fatigue

Without stating the obvious, the treatment involves reducing stress on your body and mind, eliminating toxins and nourishing the body.

Diet and lifestyle are a huge factor and there are a number of foods that you should include, equally there are foods that need to be avoided and you should always do what you can to avoid toxins and chemicals in your environment.

As discussed earlier, one of the foods to avoid is Caffeine, apart from interfering with sleep, it can add to your toxic overload. Sugar & sweeteners, try to avoid sugar as much as possible and be aware that it can be added to all sort of foods even ones you least expect such as savoury tinned or bottled sauces. Processed foods, they have many preservatives and fillers that are hard to digest and wear out your body’s energy and digestion cycle.

We are looking to have as nutrient dense as possible:

  • Cruciferous vegetables (cauliflower, broccoli, brussel sprouts, etc.)
  • Organic Chicken and beef
  • Nuts, such as walnuts and almonds
  • Seeds, such as pumpkin, chia, and flax
  • Celtic or Himalayan sea salt; with
  • good fats such as coconut oil, olive oil, organic butter or ghee.

Contact me for my healing diet cheat sheet for more food suggestions.

Supplements: Another big key is taking the right supplements. I always recommend eating the right foods to heal your body. However, due to soil depletion (from over-farmed and unhealthy farming practices), many of our fruits and vegetables do not have the same amount of nutrition that they did even 50 years ago. So, certain nutrients are beneficial. I always recommend taking food based natural and organic supplements which could greatly improve your symptoms of fatigue. I always recommend a bespoke Supplement plan designed for you individually, please discuss your supplement needs with an expert and don’t hesitate to contact me if you need help with this. As a valued reader I am happy to give you a FREE supplement consultation.

Stress Reduction: Last but not least you need to Pay attention to your body!

  1. Sleep 8-10 hours a night
  2. Keep to a regular sleep cycle – ideally, in bed before 10pm
  3. Laugh and do something fun every single day
  4. Eat nutrient dense REAL foods, reduce sugar and caffeine
  5. Exercise (do something you enjoy, even walking can help)
  6. Avoid negative people and self talk
  7. Take time for yourself – to do something relaxing (yoga, meditation, bath)

Diet, supplements and your environment are essential when dealing with fatigue and your environment is possibly the most important. So, be kind to yourself! Try to be around people who will support you and are mostly positive, stay positive and avoid saying negative things about yourself and others.

To find out more about stress relief and how I can help create a bespoke plan for you, connect with me by clicking here and we can start straightaway.


EMAIL ALERT!as published on Watchfit

Email Alert! Do you get react instantly every time you see an email in your inbox or receive an email on your phone, stop what you are doing and reply? Would you like to know how to stop being a slave to technology and what I call other people’s stuff…….. Every time you stop what you are doing or are distracted by an email you are being controlled by something or someone else. I stopped the constant pressure and demands over 2 years ago and now my email works for me, I am not a slave to it.

Firstly our email is not the problem, we are, constantly check our emails effects our productivity, ever had one of those days where you are busy being busy and at the end of the day you have achieved nothing? Secondly, constantly checking our emails not only affects our productivity but can affect our stress levels as we feel pressured to constantly deal with our inbox. However, equally important is how you set up your email and your alerts.

Research shows that you really don’t get much done when you’re constantly checking your emails all the time, this is because you are distracted and jumping from one thought to another as you read through the emails and it may make this more difficult for you to focus on the task at hand. Furthermore, an email that is sitting in your inbox unread may drain additional resources as you keep thinking about it, you keep wondering who it is from, what does the email contain?, is it good or bad news?.

While this may be the case some of us are required to respond to emails instantly as part of the job, so what practical measures can we take to avoid being a slave to email alerts!

This is what I did and my hope is that you can use some of these strategies in your life to switch off the constant pressure:

  1. Take your email off your phone: take a break you do not need to be online and contactable 24/7. It also stops you peeking at your email during lunch or business meetings and being distracted. When you are with someone else you need to be fully present and you are unable to do this if half your brain is constantly checking your emails every 5 seconds.
  2. Block out time in your day to respond to emails: depending on your ratio of emails to work you can block out time once a day or 4 times a day. For example first thing in the morning, mid morning, after lunch and before you leave the office.
  3. Categorise your emails: during your “email time” file your emails in two different folders: Never – delete right away, Later – follow up and Now – deal with the emails you need to deal with immediately.
  4. Set up an auto response: this lets people know you have received their email and will deal with it. I like to give a time frame so that you can manage their expectations and they know how soon they will get a reply.

In conclusion, stand up to your email – be the boss of your inbox and get more done. Use the Now, Later, Never principles to control the emails in your inbox and develop your own system that fits in with your specific job and email requirements, the idea is to make this easier, less time consuming and less stressful and as with everything these is no “one size fits all approach”.

Will you give these strategies a try? Although it may not seem easy at first it gets easier over time and you will wish you had done it years ago. Let’s use technology as it was intended to make our lives easier not more complicated – don’t be a slave to your email, learn to switch off the constant pressure.


Dance in the rain

How you view what happens to you in life, whether you see it is positive or negative experience is all in how you personally interpret it – it is an interpretation in your mind based on past experiences and your internal programming from your external environment.

Your brain works like a biological super computer, it assesses information and responds to it, how we respond depends on the information we receive and how we interpret it. Once our brain accepts information it becomes a belief, in other words the body, mind or soul accepts it as real and it becomes a programme, it does not necessarily mean that it is real.

These programmes can other be to our benefit or to out detriment – in society we tend to label things as positive or negative, good or bad but in actual fact it is our response that is positive or negative not the event or the emotions. If we decide things are negative it can have an adverse affect on our heart, mind, body and soul but do you know what the best thing about this is ……. It is optional! You can change your thoughts, beliefs and experiences and observe what happens and let it go without labelling them positive or negative. Trust that you can change your situation.

Think about what you expect to happen – What do people tell you? What did your parents tell you? As mentioned we are good at labelling things but what if you changed the way you look at things and decide that everything that happens to you is good in the sense of it being a lesson. Of course it is okay to have preferences for certain things to happen but the lesson is to observe, release and be happy regardless. Happiness then becomes a state of mind, and is not based on anything outside of you but is internal.

Often, things will not go according to our plans because we have made a mistake, but the point is not to judge, it is fair to say that some mistakes have greater implications than others but everything is a lesson and part of the learning is to never let it happen again.

Turning a negative into a positive is just recognizing that everything always works out for your highest and best. As annoying as it may be we have all either used the expression or had it quoted to us “everything happens for a reason” or that it was a “blessing in disguise”. Most often, those things that we thought were the worst things in fact turned out to be the best, it is just because of our programming that we label them as positive or negative, good or bad when in fact they are just experiences guiding us on our path.

A classic example is a breakup, this can be a very gut-wrenching experience but a break up with the wrong person is needed to open the path for the right person to enter your life.

 Look for the Lesson

If you are REALLY stuck ask yourself this question “how does this get any better?” Sit quietly and ask yourself this question, ask yourself what lesson you are supposed to learn, once you understand the lesson, acknowledge and release it. This allows something different to enter your reality, it allows you to observe, and release any feelings associated with the experience and to move on.

Work through It
Sometimes we need to grieve, cry, scream, shout and curse. Often we just need to feel it, truly feel the feelings. If you bottle up your feeling they will show up sooner or later and will impact your life in some other way affecting your health and happiness. You will find that by not resisting your emotions, you allow yourself to fully enter the healing process.

In our modern society I think negativity is becoming an addiction, most of what we see and hear is negative, we begin thinking negative thoughts and find it hard to stop and before you know it you are stuck in a negative reality. Have you ever had a conversation with a negative person? It can be difficult to change the conversation, but ask them these two questions “how can you change it?” and “how does this get any better?”, this turns the conversation into a place where they see the possibility of taking action to change their experience rather than allowing society, government, neighbors, friends to dictate what happens.

I admit when I was extremely ill I did not see my illness as a blessing and at the time I did not see the lesson but I found a mentor and I worked through it and it set me on my path to help others achieve optimal health and happiness and live their best lived. I would not be on my journey to help myself and others had it not been for my illness.

So when something you perceive as negative happens to you always observe how you feel and find the lesson that you can take from the experience, I promise this will be life changing. Trust me when you take responsibility for your actions and your experiences, things ALWAYS turn out for the best.



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If you are like most people there are things you would like to change in your life, these could be anything from improving your health, wanting to be happier or to be more successful.

As the year draws to a close and we are faced with making the usual New Year’s resolution it may be time for you to think about what you should be doing with your life.

What do you really want? Often we focus on what we don’t want, we all know what we don’t want but in my experience very few people sit down and think about what they really do want. I think often we are taught that it is bad to want things and we feel guilty for wanting things but I give you permission it is OK to think about what you really want, to be clear I am talking about wanting things for yourself such as improved health, more money, more free time, financial freedom, to be able to travel more often and not about coveting things that other people have.

What do you really want? You need to answer this question with passion and with clarity in order to decide what you should do with your life. The second question I would ask is why, what do you really want and why do you want it?

Everyone I know wants to have or create better circumstances than they have right now for themselves and for the people they care about. Understanding what it is that you truly desire is the key to taking the first step to change your life. If you don’t know what you want, you don’t know what action steps to take in order to get there. It is natural to have hopes and dreams, when we have hopes and dreams we start to take action to make those hopes and dreams come true. When we lose hope, we lose our enthusiasm and no longer take the required action needed to make our dreams come true. So knowing what you really, really want drives you forward; if you know what you want, you know where you are going and therefore you know the steps you need to take in order to get to where you want to be.

Practical Steps to Decide: What to do with your life

  1. Get a blank piece of paper, write at the top – My perfect Ideal day
  2. Take at least 5 deep breaths and relax
  3. Ask yourself this question “if I could have anything, what would I want?”
  4. Don’t be logical, practical or realistic, let your imagination run wild
  5. Write down whatever comes to mind
  6. Spend at least 15 to 20 minutes on this

When I did this a number of years ago for the first time, I really struggled so if like me this is the first time you have done this and you are struggling to think about and imagine what you really want here are some questions to help you:

  • Where would you like to be living? country, city, farm, woodlands, by the sea
  • What kind of house would you like to be living in?
  • How many rooms, bedrooms, outside space etc?
  • Who would you like to spend your time with?
  • What type of food would you like to be eating and with whom?
  • How many hours do you want to be working?
  • What work would you like to be doing?
  • What will you do in your leisure time?
  • Who would you like to spend your leisure time with?

The first step in this process is to make sure you have a clear understanding of what success means to you. Many of you reading this have been conditioned by your parents, family, peers, and society to think that success should look a specific way (house, car, family, money, etc.)

Some people have no interest in making a lot of money, buying a big house, and working all day in an office, they would rather live a simple and humble life others may love to work twelve hours a day six days a week

To each their own, just make sure you are being true to yourself and not other people’s definitions. As Steve Jobs said “The only way to do great work is to love what you do”

Step two is to relax and have fun, make sure you turn off all distractions and have nothing to do and nowhere to be.

I 100% guarantee you that when you love what you do you will have so much energy that you won’t be able to contain yourself. So I ask you again:

What do you really want? and Why do you want it?

When you can answer these questions with clarity and passion – Congratulations!! Follow your dreams; you will know what you want to do with your life.


Winter Skin Tipsas published on Watchfit

As the colder weather arrives do you find that your skin starts to get dry and flaky? You need to pay attention to what you skin is telling you no matter what time of the year and all you need to do is tweak your skin care routine depending on the season.

You should always protect your skin and supply it with beneficial nutrients inside and out to keep it healthy all year-round but as the weather changes in the winter you need to adapt your skin-care routine as the air becomes drier inside and out.

Don’t forget your skin is an outer reflection of your inner health, I believe that a nutrient-dense, whole foods diet, with particular attention paid to certain vitamins, minerals, and other compounds, is a powerful tool helping your skin stay supply and moisturised throughout the winter – many people miss the opportunity to make major improvements in their skin simply by changing what they eat.

Flaky, chapped lips are common in the winter months and may require some extra TLC, use a gentle exfoliate to remove dry, dead skin cells and follow up with a nourishing lip treatment for super smooth lips.

Two effective remedies against dry, itchy winter skin:

  • Getting sufficient amounts of animal-based omega-3 fats in your diet, and
  • Using coconut oil to moisturize your skin

Top Tips for protecting skin in the winter

  • Stay active — it benefits your mind, and body, work out at home, or bundle up and go for a long walk outside. When the weather turns cold, it is tempting to curl up with a good book, but maintaining an active lifestyle will keep you healthy from the inside out.
  • When going outside, protect your skin from the elements by wearing a hat, scarf and gloves. Cold, dry weather can wreak havoc on your skin, but by wearing the proper attire is an easy way to prevent exposure.
  • Introduce more nourishing skin care products for the face and body.
  • Start the winter season with refreshed skin, slough off the summer residue to start with refreshed skin that may be dry from too much summer fun in the sun – do a gentle exfoliation on a weekly basis.
  • Coconut oil or Almond oil: both natural home remedies that keep the skin smooth and moisturized – massage almond oil over the dry areas. Can also be used for the lips
  • Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera provides all the essential nutrients to the skin and makes it smooth and glowing.
  • Homemade Sugar Scrub: mix sugar with coconut oil and use as a scrub. You can add some honey – this mix will exfoliate and moisturize the skin.

Apart from taking adequate care of your skin during winter, it is also necessary to focus on what you eat. Here are some helpful tips:

  • Keep the body well hydrated and drink plenty of pure water
  • Keep away from junk and processed foods
  • Citrus fruits can strengthen the body and keep the skin healthy – they are filled with Vitamin C which is a great anti-oxidant for the body and skin
  • Lemon: Lemon is rich in vitamin C – drinking a cup of warm water with fresh lemon added helps to detox the body and balance the pH which helps to ultimately give you skin a natural glow.
  • Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables high in antioxidants.
  • Add ginger and turmeric to your food.

Six steps you can follow to ensure healthy skin in the winter and all year-round:

  1. Watch Your Environment: remove as many toxins as possible from your environment
  2. Enhance Your Digestion: make sure that your digestion is working optimally – your skin is a reflection of your internal health
  3. Ensure Outstanding Detoxification: make sure all your detox pathways are working effectively, I recommend doing a natural supported cleanse at the change of each season.
  4. Balance Your Blood Sugar
  5. Keep Your Hormones in Check
  6. Boost your Nutrient Intake

Top Tips for Supplement to Protecting Skin in the Winter

  • Zinc
  • Vitamin C
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • Probiotics
  • Zambroza – an all round antioxidant formula
  • High Strength Multi Vitamin and Mineral

You can order your supplements here and enjoy a 15% discount

Recommended Skin care Products to Protecting Skin in the Winter

Use good quality natural and organic skin care products, I personally use Neal’s Yard Remedies Organic products and recommend them to my clients, the benefits of using natural and organic skin care products is that they nourish and treat your skin, allowing your skin to breathe and stay healthy. Most conventional skin care products are made from by-products of the petroleum industry and are not nourishing or healthy for your skin and your overall health so choose your products wisely. If you want a free, no obligation skin care consultation please contact us at

I believe that the best way to protect your skin during the winter, along with a nutrient-dense diet and pure water, and using a truly all-natural, organic moisturizer can help you achieve a clear and radiant complexion all winter long.

EPSOM SALTS : Uses and Health Benefits

EPSOM SALTSas published on Watchfit

Epsom salts have numerous health benefits as well as many other uses such as beauty, household and gardening-related uses, it has been used as a natural remedy for a number of ailments for hundreds of years.

Epsom salt has beneficial properties that can soothe the body, mind and soul and helps with the following:

  • relaxing the nervous system
  • curing skin problems
  • soothing back pain and aching limbs
  • easing muscle strain
  • healing cuts
  • treating colds and congestion, and
  • drawing toxins from the body

Using Epsom Salts

The simplest way to use Epsom to ease stress and stress-related problems is to soak in a bath full of hot water with a few cups of Epsom Salts and add a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil

When we are stressed levels of adrenaline rise and levels of magnesium go down. When we bath in warm water with Epsom salt, magnesium is absorbed through the skin and replenishes the level of magnesium in the body. Magnesium helps to produce serotonin, a mood-elevating chemical that creates the feelings of being calm and relaxed. Research shows that magnesium also increases energy and stamina by encouraging the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the energy packets made in the cells.

Experts recommend bathing with Epsom salt at least three times a week to help you look better, feel better and gain more energy, improve sleep and concentration, and help muscles and nerves to function properly.

To heal cuts

Mix a thick paste of Epsom salt with hot water and apply to for soothing comfort, or Soaking your aching, tired (and smelly) feet in a tub of water with half a cup of Epsom Salts

Treating Constipation

Taken internally, Epsom salt acts as a detoxifying agent for colon cleansing – however, do not use Epsom Salts to relieve constipation without the consultation of a qualified professional

Eliminating Toxins

The sulfates help to flush toxins and heavy metals from the cells, easing muscle pain and helping the body to eliminate harmful substances.

Make using Epsom salt a part of your daily routine and experience the numerous health benefits of Epsom salt.

Epsom Salt bath

2 cups Epson Salts in a warm bath and soak for at least 12 minutes. For the added benefit of relaxation add a few drops of Lavender Essential Oils and for moisturizing your skin, add 1/2 cup of coconut oil. Do not use soap as it will interfere with the action of the salts.

Epsom Salt Foot Bath

Add 1/2 cup of Epsom salt to a basin of warm water, relax and soak your feet for 20 minutes.

Epsom Salt Body Scrub

Mix a handful of Epsom salt with a tablespoon of coconut or almond oil and rub all over your wet skin to exfoliate and soften. Rinse thoroughly

Treat toenail fungus and Athlete’s foot

Soak your affected toes in hot water mixed with a handful of Epsom salt three times a day.


Add 2-3 teaspoons of Epsom salts into a basin and immerse the affected foot/joint. The water should be as hot as it is comfortable. Soak for about 30 minutes.

Exfoliating face cleanser

Mix a half-teaspoon of Epsom salt with your regular organic cleanser and gently massage into skin and rinse with cold water.

Clean bathroom tiles

Mix equal parts Epsom salt and liquid dish detergent and use as a scrub on bathroom tile.

Hand wash

Mix Epsom salt with coconut oil and keep by the sink for an effective hand wash.

Fertilize your houseplants

Plants need nutrients like magnesium and sulphur to stay in good health and Epsom salt makes the primary nutrients in most plant foods (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium) more effective. Sprinkle Epsom salt once weekly to help nourish your houseplants, flowers and vegetables.

If you are pregnant or have any health concerns, check with your doctor before using Epsom salts.

If You Believe You Can Heal Yourself You Can


Would you like be healthy, happy and live your best life, with more energy and feel like a success?

Imagine knowing what you need to do to get to optimal health, avoid the confusion and overwhelm of all the information out there and just follow some simple steps.

If you Believe You can – You can heal, be happy and healthy, have more energy and live your best life.

If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, taking the next steps can feel daunting:

Put simply you won’t be able to enjoy your life, you will feel tired all the time, you won’t have the energy for basic day to day life, your symptoms will continue getting you down and you will continue to feel worse if you don’t do something and take control of your health immediately.

Using my 7 Steps to Optimal Health, you will be amazed at the results and wish you had started sooner!

The 7 Steps to Optimal health is helping others improve their health and reduce their symptoms and take control of their own health just by taking simple, small steps day-by-day. They have improved their health, their energy and their sleep in a way which they could only dream about doing before, they are taking action, changing their beliefs and feel in control of their health knowing the exact steps they need to take.

Get your copy here :

What others think about If you Believe you can heal Yourself you Can.

“Fantastic. My eyes have been opened to how the food I eat affects my mood and general health and well-being. This is a “must read” for everyone who cares about their own health and wants to feel the best they possibly can. Highly recommended.” Sally Marshall, Marshalls Consulting

If you are suffering any long term health symptoms and have reached the point of pain that has triggered you to want to try something different Kerry has put together here a book that gives you a step by step guide to achieving a fully balanced mind body and spirit ‘The perfect all round guide to a better you’!    IF YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN HEAL YOURSELF YOU CAN! What if you could? Anything is possible ….. Ash Lawrence, “Changing Minds”

Congratulations to my friend Kerry Madgwick on publishing her book. Kerry is probably most knowledgeable person I have ever met in matters of health, lifestyle and nutrition and her advice has brought Patrick back to health, from persistent ill health. Go Kerry. X