Functional Foundation Programme
The short answer is yes. What this means in practice is a bit more complex. You see, eating 5 fruits and vegetables a day doesn’t really give a full picture of a healthy diet and lifestyle. You could be getting healthy nutrients from those fruits and vegetables but alongside them you may also be eating ...
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Dr Sarah was invited on Rob Watson's Do Good Podcast to share her story on becoming a functional medicine practitioner and to hear about the many real-life success stories she with her patients.
Dr Sarah was invited to talk on Joanne Grobbelaar’s Podcast to share her thoughts about Functional medicine, breakthroughs with nutrition and how it is to be a ...
Excess weight is a very serious problem in the western world. In the UK obesity affects around 1 in every 4 adults and around 1 in every 5 children aged 10 to 11. There are many reasons for people being overweight and Functional Medicine aims to help you find your root causes to effectively tackle the problem.
From mouth to bathroom, the journey our food takes involves many critical processes, and a healthy gut plays a key role in overall health and well-being. Making the right choices about what you put into your digestive tract can help us to stay healthy.