Success in 2017

Be successful : invest wisely in your single greatest asset  – YOU


What can you do for you in 2017?

Our Practice goes beyond nutritional medicine, founded in a belief that emotional responses within you create the platforms for ‘dis-ease’.

Disappointment, frustration, feelings of having been betrayed or let down, hopelessness, boredom, irritation, anger, resentment, sadness, regret, blame… you cannot feel well carrying these within you. Most of the time we aren’t aware of their presence and how intense and consuming they are.

You can start to feel well by observing these responses (becoming conscious of them) and in recognition comes release.

To identify the individual routes your thoughts repetitively take… taking you to these leaden feelings within, frees you more and more. And freedom is the true definition of wellbeing. To be free of your own mind and so more open to inspiration, opportunities and love.

People rarely link emotions to physical function in a definitive way. On a very simple level we all feel stress as ‘tension’ and this always manifests in the body. A tightening off of an area wanting optimum energy, oxygen and nutrition. Your body isn’t invincible, it needs to be fed… physically and emotionally. The emotions and values that feed you ‘well’ are serenity, joy, inspiration, love, appreciation of beauty, gratitude, understanding, forgiveness, honesty… The ones we in fact feed on much of the time starve us of inspiration, love, nourishment and energy – the ingredients of wellbeing.



Inhabiting a precarious position takes an awful lot of energy

Would you like to see your long entrenched highly unique emotional responses? Understand why they are there? We are all the same, this is the human condition. It is not something to shy away from or feel bad about. When truth breaks through little by little we feel ‘well’ by it. All we have to do is add a depth of understanding to who we really are. Cultivate value in this understanding and make it your purposeful goal.

Release the heavy draining ‘baggage’ taking up all the ‘space’ to allow emotional fulfillment from wisdom and purpose to come in.

This is a very assuring and inspirational Practice. To offer gentle truths, with the knowing we are all in the same boat. For those that want to break free from their own restrictions it offers accurate and supportive guidance. Many of our experiences can feel harsh and disappointing at times until an understanding within can be reached that frees us from suffering emotionally and opens the heart once more. When your heart is opened little by little from wisdom, fulfillment no longer remains a quest. You actually feel freedom and assurance. Nutritional medicine is used to support this process, feeding strength to encourage self-knowledge. Diagnosis covers both emotional and physical imbalances entirely unique to you. For wellbeing cannot be achieved in any real sense without the understanding that emotions drive physicality.


Physical support

 Nutrition teaches you about foods and supplements, nutritional medicine uses nutrition to address physiological imbalances. These must be accurately diagnosed first.

Your body is unique, you need diagnosis of the complex and interrelated toxicities, deficiencies and imbalances that cause depletion of optimum function like a run of dominoes falling down one by one. This does not have to be severe or obvious to cause many symptoms and an experience of profound fatigue.


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For every individual there is a way of eating that needs to be changed in a dynamic way, to help strengthen each system in a step-by-step fashion. Picking up the end dominoes so they will likely fall down again is not a satisfactory resolution, although you may be convinced at the time you have resolved the problems. Starting at the beginning and moving through the body enables greater strength to be enduring.

We strive to make this as simple and flexible as possible for you. Enjoying the sensual pleasure of food has great value (it’s not about deprivation, just balance) and all our guidance takes this into account. Addictions and compulsions can fall away with time and work, so a healthier balance becomes your natural way. Discovering a unique blend of quality nutrition that fulfils your unique requirements with a smaller selection of things that truly give you incredible taste and even delight becomes very appealing.


From Honestly Healthy Food

Important: Debbie is selecting recipes with combinations of ingredients to inspire your cooking regimes, but while they are healthier choices in general, they will not address individual issues. You MUST make sure that all ingredients you use are compatible with your own individual medical conditions, medications, allergies and goals.


Organic Ingredients 
2 red peppers
150g brown rice or quinoa
200g chick peas
220g diced cucumber
25g fresh mint
1 lemon
100g black olives
¼ cup olive oil
10g dill
1 tsp apple cider vinegar
1/8 tsp cinnamon
salt and pepper
  1. Put the grill on in the oven and put the 2 red peppers under for 20- 25 minutes – turn every 5-7minutes as they start to blacken on each side.
  2. Cook the brown rice or quinoa and rinse through.
  3. Dice the cucumber and chop the mint, dill, black olives and put into a bowl with the drained chick peas and rice or quinoa
  4. Squeeze the lemon and the zest of the lemon into the bowl and ad the olive oil, apple cider vinegar, cinnamon and a pinch of salt and pepper and mix through.
  5. Take the peppers from the grill and pull the stalk out the top with the seeds. Slice into 1/8 and add into the bowl and mix together

Serve fresh or keep for lunch the next day.

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