Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth

Some research suggests that 81% of people with chronic fatigue syndrome, 84% of people with fibromyalgia, 54% of people with hypothyroidism and up to 78% of people with IBS have small intestine bacterial overgrowth (although these numbers have also been found to be lower in other studies).   “We have to embrace complexity”: This quote from

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Adrenal Fatigue – Where are we at?

“I have adrenal fatigue” This is one of the most common reasons why people contact me. They have either (a) read about this condition and realised they have many of the symptoms, (b) been told by a practitioner they likely have the condition, or, (c) have been tested and been told they have this condition.

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Perfectionism

Perfectionism can be defined as “a disposition to regard anything short of perfection as unacceptable”. Perhaps a better definition is: “The over dependence of self- evaluation on the determined pursuit (and achievement) of self-imposed, personally demanding standards of performance in at least one salient domain, despite the occurrence of adverse consequences” According to Cognitive Behavioural

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The Importance Of Self-Knowledge

Self-knowledge covers quite a lot of the self-development world – do you know what you truly want out of life? Are you truly aware of your inner dialogue? Essentially, are you truly aware how you operate? I find a lot of people aren’t – I certainly wasn’t and it’s still a work in progress! We

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StrongFirst

I challenge you to read the entirety of this blog, watch all the videos, and NOT want to sign up for StrongFirst next year. See you there! Strength has a purpose, not just to make people stronger but to change their lives, when new instructors leave their certification  they have a responsibility to ensure they take

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What is Functional Medicine?

Functional Medicine is an evolution in the practice of medicine that better addressed the healthcare of the 21st century. By shifting the traditional disease-centred focus of medical practice to a more patient-centred approach, functional medicine addresses the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms. Functional medicine practitioners spend time with their patients, listening

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