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Here you’ll find our collection of health and nutrition articles written by our in-house nutritionists with the occasional guest author. With useful tips and complex science explained in simple terms, we hope you’ll find inspiration to translate these ideas into your lifestyle.

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Managing endometriosis naturally

Lena Dunham has recently been sharing her struggles with endometriosis and it appears that more celebrities also suffer with the condition; even Marilyn Monroe is rumoured to have had it. Whilst this helps to raise awareness of a painful, not uncommon condition, many people still don’t know, or have even […]


Research update: Omega-3s in ADHD and the importance of personalised dosing according to biomarkers

The latest meta-analysis to look at the benefits of omega-3s in ADHD suggests a potential therapeutic role of omega-3s in ADHD IF dosing is personalised according to individual biomarker status. The meta-analysis used data from seven randomised controlled trials (the gold standard of intervention research), which included over 500 children […]


Spotlight on Pure Essentials Daily Vitamin D3

  Vitamin D has been in the news a lot recently, thanks to TV shows such as ‘Trust Me, I’m a Doctor’ and news reports of its potential ability to stop the common cold and flu. The truth is that vitamin D is receiving a lot of hype for a […]


Omega-3 testing: should you do it?

  Optimal omega-3 status (meaning the amount of omega-3 that is actually in your cells) is linked with many different aspects of good health, from having a healthy immune system, heart and brain, improved mood, good sleep, energy and recovery from exercise, to reduced risk and severity of Alzheimer’s, heart […]


Research update: Ubiquinol effective for improving CFS symptoms

While researchers are still struggling to understand the mechanisms causing the wide ranging symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), it seems clear that impaired immune system function and/or some sort of mitochondrial dysfunction is involved.  Supporting mitochondrial function and reducing damaging free radicals that are produced by excess electrons via […]