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SYNDROME X – What is it and are you at risk?

It’s estimated that 25% of the world’s population has “Syndrome X.” Sounds like a spy code and sadly it can be as deadly if not dealt with, as Syndrome X is the underlying factor for a whole lot of common health problems we see every day at our clinic. In a nutshell, Syndrome X is ..read more…

Snapshot of ADHD in practice

Here, Director and Principal Dietitian, Gillian Killiner discusses why children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are at risk of being deficient of multiple nutrients and why the link between hyperactivity and food sensitivity is strong. Overall nutritional status in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) shows that this patient population is at risk of ..read more…

Food Shopping: Do You Think About Food & Climate Change?

Over the past 60 years, globalisation of the food industry has dramatically changed the way we produce, buy and eat our food, which ultimately, will impact future generations. Here, we delve deep into this topic and share some simple and effective ideas worth considering about the way we shop, consume and store foods. Industrialisation of agriculture ..read more…

Make October The Month Of Your New Year Resolution

When it comes to diet and lifestyle changes, there is now better time than right NOW to put your well intended plans in place. If you still haven’t made progress with your New Year Resolution, you’re not alone. A client came to me for help with her New Year’s resolutions IN AUGUST! She was disappointed ..read more…

FODMAP Fiasco

Here, Gillian Killiner, Principal Dietitian at 121, discusses the Low Fodmap Programme and in particular, why seeking the help of a qualified and experienced Dietitian is key to implementing it successfully. The Low Fodmap Programme has been around for over 10 years. I heard about it in its infancy and thought: “Wow! This is excellent ..read more…