Why We Must Ensure That We Have The Right Bacteria In Our Gut And How We Can Acquire Them.

The following information is supplied by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride, a medical doctor with post graduate degrees in neurology and nutrition. She is the founder and senior partner of the Cambridge Nutrition Clinic, specialising in digestion and immune system disorders in adults and children. Her work has achieved international acclaim with lectures in Europe, the United States and Australia and the publication of her book ‘Gut and Psychology Syndrome’. She has pioneered the development and use of probiotics and is responsible for the formulation of the Modere Advanced ProBiotic “Protozymes”. We

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20 Signs that we have a Damaged Gut.

Having been asked to supply info about gut health and how to ensure our gut is healthy…. a rather complex subject……after a lot of thought I decided to begin with “How do we know whether our gut is healthy or not?” so here’s a list of some of the things which indicate that we have a sick gut. Chronic Fatigue Allergies – to foods, chemicals, pollen…. Cancer Skin problems – acne, scaly skin, eczema, psoriasis, rashes……. Asthma IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) – bloating, constipation/diarrohea…….. “Mental” disorders – Autism, ADD, Clinical

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A fun “recipe” to give children pre-reading skills.

Who this is suitable for.   I spent 20 years of my teaching career teaching literacy and numeracy to children who had learning difficulties but the information in this article is applicable to any pre-school child. I have a series of articles in the planning stage to de-mystify the teaching of reading. They are aimed at helping parents to help their child to learn to read easily in a fun way. This is suitable for children aged about three years. It assumes that they already have a number of pre-reading

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