Great review for ‘What’s Up With Your Gut?’
gut conditions, slow transit constipation, Pelvic Radiation Disease, microscopic colitis, SIBO, coeliac disease, IBS / Uncategorized

Great review for ‘What’s Up With Your Gut?’

If you’ve read my post on  Why you bloat after eating bread and pasta (and lots of people seem to be reading it as it’s getting thousands of views per week), you may want to read more about similar gut complaints in my book ‘ What’s Up  With your Gut?‘  Why you bloat after eating … Continue reading

What’s up with your gut? Find the answers to bloating and diarrhoea in my new book
gut conditions, slow transit constipation, Pelvic Radiation Disease, microscopic colitis, SIBO, coeliac disease, IBS / Uncategorized

What’s up with your gut? Find the answers to bloating and diarrhoea in my new book

Gut problems are incredibly common and plague millions of people on a daily basis.Sadly, many people never find a satisfactory explanation or diagnosis for their painful and embarrassing symptoms. Whether you bloat after eating bread or pasta, suffer cramping pains in your abdomen or experience bouts of watery diarrhoea or suffer  unexplained constipation despite eating … Continue reading

£35 heart screening test is ‘feasible and cost effective’ says new study
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£35 heart screening test is ‘feasible and cost effective’ says new study

Originally posted on whatsupwithyourhealth.wordpress.com:
CAPTION: Arabella  (pictured bottom) and Holly playing volleyball just weeks before Arabella’s death in May 2013 A year ago next week my 16-year-old daughter Holly’s beautiful, funny, clever,kind, best friend Arabella died. Her mum Clare found her in her bedroom with her GCSE revision books around her. She’d had…

£35 heart screening test is ‘feasible and cost effective’ says new study
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£35 heart screening test is ‘feasible and cost effective’ says new study

CAPTION: Arabella  (pictured bottom) and Holly playing volleyball just weeks before Arabella’s death in May 2013 A year ago next week my 16-year-old daughter Holly’s beautiful, funny, clever,kind, best friend Arabella died. Her mum Clare found her in her bedroom with her GCSE revision books around her. She’d had a normal quiet Sunday with her … Continue reading