Archive for May, 2009

Coming Next Month (June 2009)

Friday, May 1st, 2009

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

The beat hay fever diet

Boosting energy (continued!)

Natural pain relief for arthritis, back pain and headaches

Are you getting enough of the get-slim vitamin?

The Summer Fertility Plan

Natural cures for menstrual cramps

Can herbs help lower high blood pressure?


And, as always, much, much more…

Contents Page (May 2009)

Friday, May 1st, 2009

In the News: recent progress in the world of health

–  Case Study

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

Ask Marilyn:

Ingredient Spotlight:

  • Mackerel – the health benefits

Monthly meal idea:

  • Mackerel Pate

Boost your energy

  • The natural way

Feeding your face

  • How food can make you look younger or older

– Perfect legs

  • 15 natural tips

Boost your sex drive

  • 8 natural ways

– Menopause

  • Dispelling the myths


Quick tips:

Red grape seed extract

  • Could be the latest weapon in the fight against Alzheimer’s.

Write it down

  • Dieters who kept a daily food diary lost up to twice as much weight as those who did not.

White fish is good for your heart

  • The cardiovascular benefits.

Can’t sleep?

  • T’ai Chi could be the answer.

Coming Next Month (June 2009)

Letter from Marilyn (May 2009)

Friday, May 1st, 2009

Dear Readers


We are now into the month of May and as my mother used to say ‘don’t cast a clout until May is out’, but hopefully we will have some warm days this month and be able to take off a few layers of clothing.

This issue of Natural News is packed with many interesting articles, which I hope you will enjoy.  Particularly the one entitled ‘Feeding your Face’, as I firmly believe that beauty starts from within and that what we feed ourselves can help slow down the ageing process – or speed it up – depending on how we eat.

The Star Question continues from last month looking at how we can control cholesterol with diet etc. Evidence is emerging that it is just as bad to have too low cholesterol levels as it is to have them too high, and statins can cause extremely low levels of cholesterol. It is also one of those drugs that once you start them you are likely to be on them for the rest of your life, so if you can use nutrition to bring your cholesterol down to a healthy level then this is going to be better for you in the long term and you are not risking the side effects of a drug.


Kind regards


Marilyn Glenville