“What my clients say...”

We have never met but spoken by email and through the amazing technology of skype. It is refreshing to talk to a real human being who considers your whole, not just the problem... ...If anybody is wondering whether or not to contact Debbie should just pick up the phone or email her, you won't be disappointed! Thank you xxx
H Mee Ipswich, Anglia February 2012
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Warming, filling, and easy to make, with a dash of cayenne pepper it’s enough to warm the cockles of your heart. I love considering the ingredie

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This week on Food for Thought I have Denise Kelly nutritionist from Brighton with me, her philosophy is that life is for thriving not just surviving.

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One of my newsletter readers and lovely client has asked me….What did I feed my dog? Well here is the story of what I fed my beautiful lurcher w

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I love simple stews, easy to eat with a spoon out of the bowl, all curled up on the sofa in a blanket! Yes it’s still cold where I am hence the

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Freedom4Health on Food for Thought On Food for Thought on Wednesday at 2pm and 9.30pm we have the campaign activist for Freedom4Health Angela Heap wit

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What my auntie told me, and tales of coming unstuck… My auntie said something to me a few years ago, it wasn’t particularly eloquent but i

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Tonight at 8pm on Food for Thought Deborah Walker hosts a show which goes out simultaneously on Scottish radio as well as Natural Health Radio! A bit

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Quinoa is a powerhouse of a seed, and very easy for you to digest, so a great alternative to rice, spicing it up adds flavour and valuable nutrients.

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This week I interviewed Vanessa Waithe from MASK Personal Training in Surrey about exercise, where to start if you’ve never exercised before, id

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I’m not one to eat a lot of sandwiches to be honest, mainly because I now mostly work from where I live unless I’m in clinic in Surrey, so

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Lovely red cherries, making the porridge pink, and I’m all for pink porridge at the moment, rich in Omega 3 and 6 due to adding the chia seeds w

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One of the main things that I have my clients do at first is hydrate themselves. The reason is because they are often dehydrated and chronically so. B