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About Liz Gale

My name is Liz Gale, I am a qualified nutritional therapist specializing in digestive health, autoimmune disorders, diabetes and anti-ageing. I hold a 3-year diploma in Naturopathic Nutrition from the College of Naturopathic Medicine (Dublin) and am an active committee member of the Nutritional Therapists of Ireland (NTOI). My nutritional therapy practice is evidence-based and I use only scientifically researched dietary treatments and...

COLD BUSTER BREW

TRY THIS SIMPLE COLD-BUSTING BREW TO GET YOU FEELING BETTER SOON. INGREDIENTS 1 cinnamon stick 8 cloves Thumb sized piece of ginger, sliced but not peeled 1 large sprig of rosemary 1/2 fresh lemon Honey (Manuka is best) METHOD: Place cinnamon, cloves, ginger and rosemary into

THE SURPRISING BENEFITS OF SUNLIGHT

You’re probably aware that vitamin D is important for your overall health. Unless you believe the scaremongers that would have you hide under a rock, you probably know that spending some time in the sun is the best way to naturally increase your body’s supply of vitamin D. However, if that’s not enough reason

LIZ’S HEALTHY HOME-MADE MARMALADE

Seville orange marmalade has been a favored friend to toast for years and making your own homemade marmalade is easy, rewarding, and healthy! Seville oranges are popular for marmalade making, as the peel gives marmalade its characteristic bitter flavor.  I thought that marmalade must be a healthy spread due as it contains the whole

IMMUNE-BOOSTING GARLIC SOUP

TRY THIS SIMPLE IMMUNE-BOOSTING SOUP TO GET YOU FEELING BETTER SOON. INGREDIENTS 1 whole garlic head Bunch thyme Bunch parsley Bunch sage Thumb sized piece of ginger, sliced and peeled Spring onions 1 Tbsp. olive oil Pinch of salt and pepper METHOD:

NATURAL SOLUTIONS FOR COLDS + FLUS

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Unfortunately, that is also the time of year that you’re most likely to bring a cold or flu bug home for the holidays. There’s a tendency to over indulge during the holiday season, burning the candle at both ends, and leaving us vulnerable to picking up cold