the perfect poo!

the perfect poo!

Conversations about poo are not exactly cocktail party conversations (unless you’re at a party with me and my colleagues…) but nevertheless, what you see in the toilet after a bowel movement can give you a lot of information about the state of your health. Type 3 and 4 are the ideal poo (Type 1 and
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is osteoporosis inevitable?

is osteoporosis inevitable?

We often think of osteoporosis as a disease of old women, grey haired and hunched over. Something we can postpone thinking about….or should we even think about it at all? Did you know…. One in five women in the UK over the age of fifty already has osteoporosis Every three minutes someone has a fracture
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Recipe for Health!

Recipe for Health!

Start at the bottom…and work your way up!

Start at the bottom…and work your way up!

This is the first in a three part series about healthy habits in the bathroom – today, I will be looking at the best way to have a bowel movement, part two will look at abdominal massage for constipation and in part 3 we will look at some of the most beneficial foods for digestive
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If you want to get ahead, get a hat

If you want to get ahead, get a hat

I have always like Dr Andrew Weil’s definition of integrative medicine – he describes it as ‘…a healing oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person (body, mind and spirit) including all aspects of lifestyle. It emphasises the therapeutic relationship and makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative’ It sums up
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So its been a busy few months, landing in California, London, Florida, Pennsylvania, back to London and finally this weekend back to (almost) home turf in Dublin – phew! I have been spreading the pelvic health gospel wherever I go and talking about the pelvic health links between bladder, bowel and sexual function and of
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