Posts Tagged ‘natural health’

My book is now featured on publisher’s website

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

My book “Seasonal Awareness and Wellbeing” is now featured on the O-Books website!

Please “Like” the book’s FB page here

April 2011 News: Book publication, Natural Health article, thyroid and more

Monday, April 18th, 2011

It has been a busy few months. My book “Seasonal Awareness and Wellbeing” has a publication date – 28th October. Information about it will soon be appearing on the O-Books website. The article I co-authored with Miranda Gray ( was published in this month’s “Natural Health” magazine. We talk about the power of understanding the menstrual cycle, and how being more in tune with it can help your fat loss efforts! Sound surprising? Get your copy to find out more!

Also, I’m delighted to be helping at Fat Attack Bootcamps in East Grinstead and Essex (, giving a talk on my approaches and offering consultations. Well done to all the participants – its a fun but demanding weekend, and a great way to demonstrate just how much we are capable of physically.

Finally, I’ve been dealing with my own underactive thyroid, but I may have found a way to boost it naturally – watch this space for more information on my approach.

Seasonal Awareness and Wellbeing Book coming soon!

Saturday, January 22nd, 2011

My book on Seasonal Awareness and Wellbeing will be coming soon!

This is a fresh approach to looking and feeling better. By harmonising with the seasons, it is possible to reduce problems such as winter depression, and to make the most of other seasonal energies. For example, making massive lifestyle overhauls in January is out of kilter with what happens in nature at this time of year – it is not a time of great change. By refining your goals at this time, making small modifications and waiting until the days lengthen to really get going with a new diet or exercise plan, you greatly increase your chances of success, and will avoid reinforcing the idea that “healthy living is difficult”.

See the book’s Facebook page for seasonal insights and the opportunity to discuss seasonal topics!

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