Archive for July, 2009

Coming Next Month (August 2009)

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

Look out for more answers from Marilyn, the latest news, case studies from the Clinic, Monthly Meal Ideas and also:

– Marilyn’s 16 best ever diet tips

– High energy foods

– Marilyn’s good bone guide

– Spotlight on legumes: Aduki beans

– Healthier ways to barbeque

– Foods that fight anxiety


And, as always, much, much more…

Contents Page (July 2009)

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

In the News: recent progress in the world of health


–  Case Study

  • This month’s case study is 40 year old ‘Stephanie’ who came to the clinic with psoriasis

Ask Marilyn:

Ingredient Spotlight:

  • Red peppers – the health benefits

Monthly meal idea:

  • Piedmontese Peppers with Anchovies

Naturally healthy summer

  • Marilyn’s top 20 tips

Eat healthily

  • On a budget

– Boosting energy

  • With high energy foods

Good hygiene

  • Fod good health

– The hygiene hypothesis

  • Are we too clean?


Top tips:

Get moving

  • To beat cancer

Feeling hearty

  • Omega-3 oils can help prevent heart attacks

Massage cuts blood pressure

  • Regular massage can lower blood pressure

Coming Next Month (August 2009)

Letter from Marilyn (July 2009)

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

Dear Readers


Welcome to this issue of Natural News and I hope you are enjoying the summer months. I have included an article in this issue on having a healthy summer because when we’re outside much more, and having food that may be sitting in hot weather, we need to take a few precautions to keep ourselves well. 

Also there are two articles on hygiene, which on first sight may seem a little contradictory – it’s important to keep areas of our environment clean but there are also problems if we’re too hygienic. It’s getting the balance that is important.

Research has shown that children brought up on farms and those in families with older siblings are less susceptible to allergies. It is thought that the more exposure the body gets to naturally occurring substances, the stronger it becomes in coping with allergens.

I would suggest that you follow the tips on healthy hygiene, but don’t go overboard on all these antibacterial sprays and other chemically laden cleaners and detergents as the more natural ones do the trick just as well. 

There is also a lovely recipe for roasted peppers, which can be served either hot or cold so ideal for summer dining.


Kind regards


Marilyn Glenville