July 15, 2019

Every day I work with mums who have or are experiencing burnout or hormonal dysfunction. As a Functional Nutritionist working in women’s health,  this is my area of expertise but it also a topic close to my heart. In my early thirties, I suffered with adrenal dysfunct...

July 3, 2019

It was October 2017 and I was heavily pregnant with my first daughter, Violet Esme. I was ten days overdue and waiting patiently for her to make her appearance!

Once my waters finally broke, after a couple of trips back and forth to the hospit...

The topic of prenatal exercise is one for which there are many (very different) schools of thought. Almost all of these have, at some point or another, proved open to some form of media critique or debate. From ‘doing too much’ to ‘not doing enough’, many celebrities i...

March 21, 2019

My name is Aoife and I live in Edinburgh with my husband Keith and our three children. Dillon, 7, Ciara,6, and Hugo 2. When Ciara was born we discovered she has Down Syndrome. It was a huge shock and took time to adjust to but what really happened was our perspective...

February 26, 2019

For as long as I can remember I’ve always had a warped relationship with food and body image. A snapshot of my early years would show that I was a junk food loving child, who never knew when to stop, and when I turned 14 I unfortunately discovered the art of bulimia, m...

January 29, 2019

With so much focus on mental health from an adult perspective, it’s easy to forget that this is a matter which also affects many children. According to NHS Digital, one in eight (12.8%) of children and young people aged between five and 19, surveyed in England in 2017,...

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December 23, 2019

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