The Healthy Blog


Here’s where you’ll find all sorts of ideas for health and natural goodness.

Clever Ways To Sail Through Your Perimenopause

Hormones can be pesky at the best of times, and they can send you even more out of kilter during your late thirties and forties, as you approach menopause; and this time is known as the perimenopause. Mood and energy levels can be the first areas to be affected. They can slowly creep up on you or strike as a bolt out of the blue. So it’s often difficult to make the connection between mood changes, sleep disturbance and weight gain with hormone deviations, especially when the menstrual cycle has remained much the same.

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The Great British Baby Crying Crisis

Yes, it is now official. Baby crying in the UK leads the world in the wailing stakes! Professor Dieter Wolke from Warwick University recently released his meta study formulating the world’s first universal charts for the “normal” amount of crying in newborns. This...

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7 Natural Ways To Nip Hay Fever In The Bud

The sniffly season is upon us! Even during March, pollen counts are high and itchy eyes, sneezing and stuffy noses are becoming quite a problem for many. If hay fever or seasonal allergies are problematic for you or your loved ones, then here are my handy tips to help you nip your allergies in the bud. I hope these really help you so that you can get out and about more in the summer without needing to take a box of tissues!

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Nourishment To Calm Your Anxious Child – Part Two

Here is the second part to my blog which looks at how you can nourish your child back into a calm state. In the first part of this post you learned some important nutritional nuggets to help your child to cope with the ongoing pressures of life. In this second part I am going to dig deeper into some of the more significant metabolic issues that children can experience, and which may contribute to a state of anxiety and overwhelm.

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Hi! I'm Lucinda Miller, and I have a passion for healthy food and healthy living.