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Posted on 20/05/2019
Natural ways to support your teen through exam season.

Natural ways to support your teen through exam season.

Exam season can be a trying time for parents - and of course for teenagers, who feel the pressure to perform and achieve. Nutritionist Jenny Logan shares her thoughts on the natural ways we can help and support our teens through this demanding time.
Posted on 13/05/2019
How can we use the 'Stress Bucket' analogy to support good mental health?

How can we use the 'Stress Bucket' analogy to support good mental health?

It is important to think about our mental health every day – even when things are going well. Taking note of our mental wellbeing during the good times, can help us to feel more resilient during the bad.When thinking about mental health, one of the best ways to understand why sometimes we can cope, and other times we cannot, is to use the analogy of the stress bucket.
Posted on 12/04/2019
IBS Awareness Month: Supporting IBS-D

IBS Awareness Month: Supporting IBS-D

Continuing her blog series on IBS, nutritionist Jenny Logan looks at the subtype IBS-D – Irritable Bowel Syndrome where diarrhoea is the main symptom. #IBSAwarenessMonth
Posted on 11/04/2019
IBS Awareness Month: Supporting IBS-C

IBS Awareness Month: Supporting IBS-C

In this second instalment of her IBS series, nutritional therapist Jenny Logan explores the natural remedies which may help to support those suffering with IBS-C. #IBSAwarenessMonth
Posted on 03/04/2019
IBS Awareness Month: What is IBS?

IBS Awareness Month: What is IBS?

IBS stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It is a common diagnosis and has a broad spectrum of symptoms. In this blog, nutritionist Jenny Logan explores the lifestyle changes which may provide some benefit to sufferers. #IBSAwarenessMonth

Posted on 08/03/2019
Banishing Brain Fog

Banishing Brain Fog

Brain fog encompasses a poor memory, lack of mental clarity, issues with concentration, the mind wandering, and therefore also a lack of focus. Sound familiar? This Brain Awareness Week, nutritionist Jenny Logan explores natural ways to boost brain function, support mental performance and lift that all-too-common brain fog.

Posted on 08/03/2019
Brain Awareness Week: Omega 3 for Children

Brain Awareness Week: Omega 3 for Children

This Brain Awareness Week, nutritionist Jenny Logan explores natural ways to support brain health, starting with Omega 3 for children. Childhood is a major period of brain growth. There has been much publicity about the potential benefits of Omega 3 for this development - so much so, many foods are now fortified with Omega 3. But does this really work?

Posted on 22/01/2019
Meet Anandamide - The Bliss Molecule

Meet Anandamide - The Bliss Molecule

Anandamide, which can also be referred to as AEA for simplicity, is the main neurotransmitter used by our Endocannabinoid system. Its name comes from ‘anada’ - the Sanskrit word for bliss or happiness - but anandamide has been found to play a much wider role in our health and wellbeing.

Posted on 15/01/2019
What is intermittent fasting?

What is intermittent fasting?

In her previous blog, nutritionist Jenny Logan explored the many reasons why, in her opinion, calorie-counting as a diet plan leads nothing but misery, guilt and anxiety. This week, she explores her preferred alternative for long term weight loss – intermittent fasting. This weight loss regime is reported to be hugely successful, and has been linked to reduced blood pressure, lowered cholesterol and balanced blood sugar levels.
  • Natural ways to support your teen through exam season.

    Exam season can be a trying time for parents - and of course for teenagers, who feel the pressure to perform and achieve. Nutritionist Jenny Logan shares her thoughts on the natural ways we can help and support our teens through this demanding time.

    Posted on 20/05/2019
  • How can we use the 'Stress Bucket' analogy to support good mental health?

    It is important to think about our mental health every day – even when things are going well. Taking note of our mental wellbeing during the good times, can help us to feel more resilient during the bad.When thinking about mental health, one of the best ways to understand why sometimes we can cope, and other times we cannot, is to use the analogy of the stress bucket.

    Posted on 13/05/2019
  • IBS Awareness Month: Supporting IBS-D

    Continuing her blog series on IBS, nutritionist Jenny Logan looks at the subtype IBS-D – Irritable Bowel Syndrome where diarrhoea is the main symptom. #IBSAwarenessMonth

    Posted on 12/04/2019
  • IBS Awareness Month: Supporting IBS-C

    In this second instalment of her IBS series, nutritional therapist Jenny Logan explores the natural remedies which may help to support those suffering with IBS-C. #IBSAwarenessMonth

    Posted on 11/04/2019
  • IBS Awareness Month: What is IBS?

    IBS stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It is a common diagnosis and has a broad spectrum of symptoms. In this blog, nutritionist Jenny Logan explores the lifestyle changes which may provide some benefit to sufferers. #IBSAwarenessMonth

    Posted on 03/04/2019
  • Banishing Brain Fog

    Brain fog encompasses a poor memory, lack of mental clarity, issues with concentration, the mind wandering, and therefore also a lack of focus. Sound familiar? This Brain Awareness Week, nutritionist Jenny Logan explores natural ways to boost brain function, support mental performance and lift that all-too-common brain fog.

    Posted on 08/03/2019
  • Brain Awareness Week: Omega 3 for Children

    This Brain Awareness Week, nutritionist Jenny Logan explores natural ways to support brain health, starting with Omega 3 for children. Childhood is a major period of brain growth. There has been much publicity about the potential benefits of Omega 3 for this development - so much so, many foods are now fortified with Omega 3. But does this really work?

    Posted on 08/03/2019
  • Meet Anandamide - The Bliss Molecule

    Anandamide, which can also be referred to as AEA for simplicity, is the main neurotransmitter used by our Endocannabinoid system. Its name comes from ‘anada’ - the Sanskrit word for bliss or happiness - but anandamide has been found to play a much wider role in our health and wellbeing.

    Posted on 22/01/2019
  • What is intermittent fasting?

    In her previous blog, nutritionist Jenny Logan explored the many reasons why, in her opinion, calorie-counting as a diet plan leads nothing but misery, guilt and anxiety. This week, she explores her preferred alternative for long term weight loss – intermittent fasting. This weight loss regime is reported to be hugely successful, and has been linked to reduced blood pressure, lowered cholesterol and balanced blood sugar levels.

    Posted on 15/01/2019