Tag Archives: Medicine

When life gives you lemons…

I’ve had this expression in my head now for a number of weeks, and it was whilst out on another lovely walk yesterday that a graphical way to help describe what it is I’ve been to trying to say, came to me. As some of you reading this may know, March 2015 was not the […]

Tasting Emotions.

I went for a walk with a friend at the weekend. We both share a connection with the brain tumour world (he has a lovely son, who had surgery to remove a tumour about 3 years ago plus some radiotherapy). It was when we shared some stories about baking, some of the disasters (😂) as […]

Self-care: why it is time to listen.

This week, from the 5-7th of April it has been the International College of Person Centred Medicine’s 13th Geneva Conference on Person Centered Medicine, Self-care and Well-being in the Times of COVID-19. Not surprisingly, it was held virtually and I had the pleasure and felt very honoured to be amongst a wonder community of Global […]

A Right Royal eating behaviour…

I don’t know about you, but when faced with a challenging situation, the old cogwheels start turning and they tend to turn even faster when it relates to a family matter. This weekend I found myself contemplating how and why an eating habit or behaviour can become unhealthy, with the potential to becoming an ‘eating […]

Halfway up a mountain

Earlier this week I happen to see a question posted on a Facebook group. The member was new to the world of the ketogenic diet and asked for any tips. It got me thinking. The following are four general tips that came to mind. I’m sure there are many others that people reading this will […]

Why Medicine needs Rethinking?

Last evening I spend some time creating this visual. It is to help express a personal view concerning traditional medicine. It is to offer explanation as to why I think we are seeing many people turning to a Lifestyle Medicine approach. In essence traditional medicine has become about medications to treat illness & organs and […]