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Dreams can now become reality!  You can look younger and have more energy

    A women comes running past you in the park as you sit on a bench eating your lunch and watching the world go by. You watch her effortless grace as she runs away from you and you wish you had the energy to walk at a pace, not alone run and look this…

How Epigenetics (your environment) changes your health

How Epigenetics (your environment) changes your health by Pam Lob There was great excitement back in 2001 when the human genome was mapped for the first time and it was believed that we now had the answer to life and how to be healthy.  It’s turned out not to be that straight forward. Our genes are just…

Don’t let 2017 be another diet failure

Don’t let 2017 be another diet failure by Pam Lob   Did you make weight lose one of your New Year resolutions yet again?   If so are you still following a diet, or have you already slipped back into normal habits?   Diets and new year resolutions to exercise more, don’t work. 85-99% depending…

Let Dreaming Help You Feel Positive

2016 has been a year of uncertainty and change for many people on a personal level and due to political change with Brexit, the US election and the refugee crisis. The result is many people are feeling unclear, fearful and concerned about the future, resulting in negative thinking and disconnection from their energetic, emotional and…

Which is your greatest asset Money or Health?

Life for the majority of people in the western world their focus is on money, with the aspiration to buy a big house, the latest fast car and have holidays on an exotic island in a 5 star hotel. Do these make you healthy? We are encouraged from an early age to get a good…

The 5 Reasons Why I Wrote Beyond Hot and Crazy- A Radical Guide to Living Well with Menopause

1. To prevent other women from having years of misery I started my battle with menopausal symptoms in my mid 30’s due to treatment for endometriosis that culminated in a total hysterectomy at 40. I’m now 55 and can probably safely say had I had a normal menopause the transition of peri menopause would be…