peta pendlebury. mind, body, soul

"Look after your body, it's the only place you have to live"

Jim Rohn

Your Body Doesn’t Lie talk

As the talk before Christmas was fully booked I had promised to put on another date in 2013 so here it is! Thursday 7th March, 7-9pm Glynne Room, Gladstone’s Library, Hawarden, CH5 3DF Would you like to find out how your body is coping with everyday life? Want to find out why you can’t shift […]

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Your Body Doesn’t Lie Talk/Workshop

I’m so excited!  I haven’t done a talk for a number of years but several clients and colleagues have asked me to so here goes! Would you like to find out how your body is coping with everyday life?  Would you like to have a talk with the most important person in your life….. YOU?  […]

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Fizzy drinks should carry a skull and crossbones warning!

An article in the Daily Telegraph last month highlighted a study that looked at what happens to our metabolism (how our body creates energy) when we consume fizzy drinks (full fat or diet varieties).  Usually our body will burn fat cells for energy for our muscles (great news for you if you are wanting to […]

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A banana a day……?

Apparently compared to an apple, a banana has four times the protein, twice the carbohydrate, three times the phosphorus, five times the vitamin A and iron, and twice the other vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in potassium and is one of the best value foods around. So maybe it’s time to change that well-known […]

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Thyme heals all?

Thyme is a fabulous essential oil and is often better at killing certain bugs than tea tree oil.  A recent study carried out at Leeds Metropolitan University confirms thyme’s brilliance in this field.  Student Kimberley Sanderson and Dr Margarita Gomez Escalada, a senior lecturer in microbiology, have been testing tinctures that showed the possibility that thyme […]

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Parkinson’s special

Several pieces of research are pointing towards the ulcer bug Helicopylori Bacter as one culprit in triggering Parkinson’s disease.  However it’s not as straight forward as just eliminating the bug as it does have some beneficial qualities – like all bacteria it needs to be kept in balance.  If you are worried about this then […]

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Daily Ritual

I have been thinking for a while about whether with our growing secular world whether the lack of ritual that is such a part of a religious way of life is something that our mind/body/spirit is missing.  An article in Scientifiic American points to the fact that we do.  However, it doesn’t have to be a […]

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Mobile Number!

Oh my goodness!  A big THANK YOU  to Carole who just spotted that my mobile number was wrong on the contact page.  Don’t know how I managed to miss that in the checking of the new site.  :>)  Have a lovely weekend.

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Horizon on Exercise

Hi everyone – a great programme last night on Horizon.  If you want the low down on what they discussed here it is! If you want to improve your blood glucose tolerance (essential for avoiding Diabetes later in life) then HIT is for you (High Intensive Training).  The presenter cycled for 20 seconds at high […]

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Bacteria vs anti-biotics?

I have been reading a riveting book “Plague Time” by Paul W Ewald.  Did you know that some bacteria can change and produce a new generation in 20 minutes?  That’s changed enough for the anti-biotic you are currently taking to be less effective.  This is one reason why anti-biotics in their current state are not […]

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