A Functional light on Cellulite

Women and Cellulite has been synonymous for so long that we joke about it, we try to beat it, we hate it, we don’t care about it or we just don’t know enough about it. Does cellulite bother you? Do you try many ways to get past it? What does it mean? What do you

Sunflower seed Hummus for Hormone health

I’m very partial to many aspects of the Meditteranean diet, as it is loaded with healthy proteins, great fats and is phytonutrient rich! Hummus is an ancient food. According to several historical sources, the earliest mention of hummus was in the 13th century in Egypt! Did you know that hummus means chickpeas in Arabic? In a  Greek Meze

Functional Q&A-Transforming pain

Conditions like endometriosis and fibromyalgia that are recurring and very painful are hard not only on the body, but on one’s mental health. One starts to feel dejected and depressed when hit by such severe intensity of pain month on month. What can be done to build mental immunity on dealing with life-long conditions? If

Phyto Facts-Celery

Celery is native to the Mediterranean areas and the Middle East. Ancient Greece and Rome used it for flavouring and ancient Chinese used it in traditional medicine! It’s scientific name means “strong smelling” Chlorophyll gives that vivid green colour to fruits and vegetables One of the most well know properties of Celery is that of

Is the state of your body making you Angry?

Is the state of your body making you Angry? It’s so easy to blame the world around you and everything you perceive as wrong to be the cause of your anger. But is it really? When it comes to anger, the problem is never the world, it’s always within. I know that when I start to

Bioindividuality

In the world of Functional Medicine and Functional Nutrition, it is recognised that we are all biochemically unique. Our health today is the result of our life story, stressors, genetics, microbial balance and much more. To truly heal, rather than applying protocols, we need to get back to understanding what led to our health challenges