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Dr Dilis Clare, GP and medical herbalist, has designed six programmes to deal with the main health conditions seen in her Sea Road surgery — sleep problems, digestion issues, stress and adrenals, thyroid and energy, skin problems, health check, and cholesterol.
Are you struggling to lift the winter comfort eating habits? The bloating, digestive upset and low energy that comes with it?
Here are three metabolism factors that hugely influence weight loss success. They are far more common than you might think.
Have you ever wondered why we are so sick, tired, unmotivated, and fat? Well, there is a range of big hormone imbalances that are very common that severely limit energy, immunity, mental health, weight loss, and accelerate ageing. It is vital that you pay attention to these, so that you avoid becoming a real health mess in a few years' time, and to get real value out of your life. Here are three of the most common and limiting hormone imbalances that you could have, even if you were told your blood test was normal.
Dr Dilis Clare and her experienced clinical team will be running a series of seminars on various health conditions and concerns over the next number of months in the Clinical Science Institute, NUI Galway. The first of these seminars is on Thursday September 28 at 7pm, where food intolerances and how they can affect your health and wellbeing will be discussed by clinical nutritionist Michelle Hanley.
Let’s face it, the gut is a hard sell. You cannot see it and you have probably never given it much thought. And yet, it is probably the most exciting subject in health right now. We are seeing so many breakthroughs in our understanding of how the gut works, why it is important, and what it means for the future of our health.
You have to improve your diet to lose weight. You also need to exercise, although not as much as you might think. However the most important key to weight loss success is your metabolism. Your metabolism is your weight loss master switch. No amount of dieting or exercise will compensate for a bad metabolism.
You have to improve your diet to lose weight. You also need to exercise, although not as much as you might think. However the most important key to weight loss success is your metabolism. Your metabolism is your weight loss master switch. It controls the results from your diet and exercise. No amount of dieting or exercise will compensate for a bad metabolism.
One in three Irish people experiences digestive problems regularly, including heartburn, indigestion, IBS, bloating, wind, belching, low energy, and poor concentration.
Are you suffering from a persistent feeling of tiredness, depleting energy, bloating, impatience, low motivation, fuzzy thinking or bouts of anxiety? If so you are suffering from a low-grade energy drain.