Autism linked to vitamin D deficiency

Autism* linked to Vitamin D deficiency *and other brain development issues 30 years ago the rate of autism was no more than 1 child in 2,500. Today it is 1 in 100 according to the UK National Autistic Society. It may even be as high as 1 in 68 in the USA, according to the … Read more

Nutrition can help depression

University research shows that certain health supplements and combinations of foods and nutrients can not only improve overall mood but even reduce the incidence, length and severity of depression. Omega 3 People who are deficient in omega-3 fatty acids are generally more susceptible to depression and low mood. The brain has a high component of … Read more

Migraines caused by nutritional deficiency?

If you suffer from migraines, you know how debilitating it can be. Almost 200,000 people suffer a migraine every day in the UK – the majority being women. The problem is that most medical treatments are less than satisfactory. New natural nutritional approach validated by study The results from a study published June 2016 by … Read more

Best multivitamin health supplement for women

Dr Paul Clayton 2014 Your body needs 13 types of what are called essential vitamins and at least as many different types of essential minerals in order to function properly. But a multi-vitamin supplement for women that simply lists all the vitamins and minerals isn’t necessarily an effective long term supplement. It’s more complicated than … Read more

Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) nutritional solutions

Dr Paul Clayton 2006 Data from the ongoing Nurses’ Health Study II suggests that a high intake of calcium and vitamin D can cut the risk of pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) by up to 41 percent. Researchers from the University of Massachusetts analysed information from more than 3,000 women who had no symptoms of PMS when … Read more