Archive for September, 2007

Contents Page – September 2007

Saturday, September 1st, 2007

Letter from Marilyn

In the News:

Quick Tip: Folic acid reduces your risk of stroke

This month’s nutritional spotlight: Bananas

Quick Tip: slow down when you eat to lose weight

Small Changes: Big Weight Loss

Osteoporosis: How vitamin K can keep your bones strong

Aromatherapy: the sweet way to boost your fertility

Get cracking: The health benefits of nuts

Ten years younger: How to beat common wrinkle accelerators

Healthy Words: Real Health

The True Power of Good Nutrition – Case Study September 2007

Black Cohosh and menopause: your questions answered

Coping with empty nest syndrome without reaching for the biscuit tin

Quick Tip: Don’t hit the snooze button

Natural fixes for perimenopausal menstrual irregularities

How safe is the water you drink? Tap vs. bottled.

Quick Tip: Help for ulcers

Some non chemical bathroom products

Quick Tip: Friendship is better than money

Quick Tip: Another reason not to Yo-Yo diet

Ask Marilyn:

Ingredient Spotlight: Agar

Monthly Meal Idea: Fruit jelly

Coming Next Month

Coming Next Month – October 2007

Saturday, September 1st, 2007

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

And, as always, much, much more …

Letter from Marilyn – September 2007

Saturday, September 1st, 2007

MarilynDear Reader,

As usual this issue of Natural News is packed with useful and I hope practical information because I always feel that it is good to have tools that you can use in every day life. This issue covers anti-ageing remedies, we can’t stop the clock but it feels good to be able to at least slow it down. There is information on water, because although we are all recommended to drink six to eight glasses of water a day, the quality of the water we drink can make a big difference. All bottled water is not the same and as with food, you need to read the labels because you can literally just be drinking filtered tap water.

It is always lovely to use aromatherapy oils in the bath, for a massage and as a wonderful aroma for the house. So there are suggestions in this issue for different oils to help with de-stressing and those that could actually help with fertility.

I think it is interesting to experiment with different foods because sometimes we can get stuck using the same limited range all the time. Sometimes it is because we don’t know what to do with some ingredients that we avoid using them. In this issue of Natural News I have included a recipe using agar, a seaweed from Japan, used as a gelling agent and very versatile and a good alternative to animal gelatine. It can be used in savoury food like an aspic but the recipe in this issue is for a fruit jelly.

Wishing you good health.

Kind regards,

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Marilyn Glenville