Whole Person Centred Approach Enabling Lifestyle Changes According to Symptoms
Health coaching is a process to enable others to feel their best through personalised diet and lifestyle changes. It provides an opportunity to explore all aspects of well-being, physical activity, relationships, career, nutrition, sleep, and relaxation. Health coaching can be a useful complement to homeopathy. I have a particular interest in the gut microbiome. As a certified GAPS practitioner this can involve a detailed plan according to individual symptoms designed to promote a healthier gut microflora.
Personalised diet and lifestyle advice
Focus on promoting a healthy gut
Useful adjunct to homeopathy
Lifestyle Changes Promoting a Healthy Gut
Recent study found that fermented foods increase microbiome diversity and decrease inflammation markers
Support with Gaps Diet Depending on Individual Symptoms
Key components of GAPS diet is to support gut healing, establish a healthy gut microbiome and reduce inflammation. This process is staged according to symptoms.
Key recipes to support gut health and reduce inflammation
- Fermented foods
- Meat stock
- Recipes for different stages of GAPS diet
Looking At Ways of Reducing Everyday Environmental Toxins
Recent research on the the gut microbiome are proving that it is not all about what we eat and that environmental influences are also an important consideration.
Exploring ways to live a more environmentally clean life which is better for you and the planet.
- Improving indoor air quality
- Considering the products, we put on our skin
- Looking at more user friendly and planet friendly cleaning products
Food as a Medicine
Know the hands that feed you
Growing your own vegetables and herbs in small spaces
Shopping sustainably on a budget
Health benefits of growing your own fruit, vegetables and herbs
The following article reveals that sourcing organic foods where possible or growing your own fruit and vegetables organically can produce crops with higher levels of beneficial antioxidants and lower levels of potentially harmful chemical toxins
- Connecting with nature and its benefits for our health
- Breathing exercises to promote calm
- Connecting to self through mindful movement
- Looking at ways to promote a more satisfying night’s sleep
- Tuning into your biological clock
- Exploring areas of self-expression and creativity
- Tuning into self-nurture and what it means for you
Circadian rhythms are physical, mental and behavioural changes that follow a 24-hour biological cycle. Signals from the environment can disrupt daily rhythms which affect our health. This in turn can have an influence on our mental health, hormones, eating habits and digestion, body temperature and sleep.