Packing for hospital may seem like mainly common sense to many, until you need to do it. Most of you will not actually need to have a bag ready. Perhaps […]

It has been two weeks now since that day. The day I collapsed in the university library. Since then my world has been shifted onto its side. I think if […]

As you know I was in Fiona Stanley Hospital last week following a seizure and collapse. I was thankfully discharged on Thursday May 19th evening at 5 pm. Of course […]

My recovery through the 100 Days of Healthy was always intended to be as much an inner healing as a road back to good eating and fitness practices. I suppose […]

My project plan for recovery came to me on Instagram. At the end of 2015 I was feeling sorry for myself. I was still suffering poor mental health, I was […]

Being unwell in the way I was in the last six months placed me in a delicate position. I had to cede my independence and accept another adult, or more, […]

These last two months I have led you on a rolling discussion of some of these food, nutrition and diet notions that we of the chronically unwell are suggested to […]

This was probably my first attempt at a specifically directed diet when I was diagnosed with my dual autoimmune illnesses, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) and Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). I had […]

I have been around medicine long enough to have a deep seated feeling, if not opinion or knowing, that there is no real cure for anything in life. There are […]

We’ve discussed now the basic principles of what it means to eat a healthy, balanced diet. It is time to step up a little and address the way we look […]

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