Importance of your microbiome in your first 1,000 days

Our first 1,000 days have a massive impact on our health for the rest of our life. From conception to two years of age is a crucial developmental window – a time when one small area of our body can dictate whether we become ill later and how. Important research now shows that if we…

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Young girl sneezing with hay fever allergy to a bunch of flowers

If this time of year is a sore-eyed, sneezy, itchy drag for you, then you’re by no means alone. One in four Britons suffers from hayfever, compared with one in eight in the early 1980s – and, in line with asthma and eczema, allergic hayfever is on the increase. Due to global warming and mild,…

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Graphites, the lead in pencils, a homeopathic remedy for eczema

A top homeopathic remedy for eczema is graphites – available both as a cream or tablets. Homeopath Sue Leach explains when it would be appropriate to use graphites Graphites (made from the ‘lead’ in your pencil) is a very useful homeopathic remedy for eczema. It is particularly recommended for eczema that is crusty, moist, yellow and…

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Woman scratching hands because of eczema

A growing amount of evidence shows that skin conditions such as eczema (atopic dermatitis) and psoriasis can be linked to an imbalance of good and bad bacteria in the gut. So if you are prone to eczema or you have a family tendency to eczema we would strongly urge that you supplement your diet with…

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Girl drinking a glass of milk to show it could be causing her eczema

Our naturopathic nutritionist Rhi Hepple gives the lowdown on foods linked with eczema. If you are an eczema sufferer these foods could be triggering, or aggravating, your flare-ups   Top foods associated with eczema: dairy eggs gluten sugar high-histamine foods like alcohol, fermented foods, dried fruit fruits, particularly citrus some grains deadly nightshade family of…

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Young girl applying steroid cream to eczema on her arm

Topical steroids really help eczema, no doubt about it. But they don’t always work, and often their effect is only short-lived. Here are five reasons to avoid using them – don’t go for the easy fix! Come and see one of our experts for natural, drug-free solutions to eczema. We work on solving your eczema…

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The word eczema highlighted in a dictionary

This week is Eczema Awareness Week (14-22 September). Do you or any of your loved ones suffer with eczema? At The Hub our team of experts offer natural, drug-free alternatives to treating eczema. We work by looking holistically at the whole picture of why you suffer from this debilitating skin condition. We believe in finding the…

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Woman thinking about new year resolutions, having a lightbulb moment

Kids back at school, weather nippier, getting dark earlier. Welcome to September. September is like a New Year: time to take a pause – and reflect. Bet there are a few things you’d like to change in life. Now’s the time to do them. Let The Hub help you get your act together in September! Autumn…

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family laughter protection holidays summer

When the children break up from school it finally seems like summer has arrived – nothing quite like the sound of kids’ laughter as they play outdoors to say hello to the holidays. Fingers crossed we continue with this good run of fabulous weather! Whether it’s staycation or vacation for you this year, we’ve got…

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