Heading into my final year 4 of Nutritional Science and Therapeutics now. Assignments are already building, deadlines looming and the general level of busyness is increasing.Continue reading “Back 2 College”
Nutritional therapy often involves diagnostic testing to help us figure out what’s going wrong with our clients. Diagnostics may include stool tests, adrenal stress tests, hormone tests like thyroid, urine, bone resorption…the list goes on. They are a very useful component to any NT protocol.
I have been reviewing and studying the GI-MAP stool based test from Invivo Healthcare in the UK recently.
Here’s a quick overview.Continue reading “To Test or Not To Test”
Cancer: the mega disease predicted to affect 1 in 2 of us in the coming years, if not already. It’s a scary topic, almost everyone I know has been affected in some shape or form by this disease or their family has. It appears to be rampant and getting worse with each passing year.
So when I read that we were going to spend an entire day diving into this very topic as part of my Nutritional science qualification, I was super excited.
Continue reading “Reflections on Cancer”
Cancer: uncontrolled cell division with the ability to invade other tissue, either adjacent or distant sites (metastasis)IINH 2019