Trisha Stewart Author & Nutritionist and Lifestyle Coach, has over 25 years in the Health and Wellness Industry.
Trisha is a highly experienced professional therapist, her extensive studies have included Electro Dermal Screening, Anatomy & Physiology, Nutritional Therapy, Naturopathy, Hydrotherapy, Disorders of Diet, Stress Management, Corrective and Lymphatic Massage, Sports Massage, Thermo-Auricular Therapy (Hopi Ear Candles) and Fitness Instructor.
Having worked in the health industry for over twenty five years, Trisha has a wealth of experience with not only the skills she has learned and practiced but the "people skills" that are required to enable her to get her patients re-energized and well again, she believes in a team effort.
- Calorie Counting?Who counts calories today?? Did you know that calorie counting was invented back in 1922 when an American Nutritionist Dr Lulu Hunt Peters published her book Diet and Health: With key to calories! can you believe how outdated that system of weight management is?? Yet look at it today, calorie-counting is ubiquitous. The food in […]
- It is at epidemic level!!! DiabetesType 11Type II Diabetes is at epidemic levels and has been for more than 2 decades. This type of Diabetes used to be named ‘Late Onset’ due to the fact that people got this later in life for various reasons, often due to obesity but also due to poor diet, other health issues, prescribed medicines […]
- WHO Processed Meat is CarcinogenicHi Trisha here…. After 25 years experience as a qualified Nutritionist and Naturopath I want to shed some light on the recent World Health Organization’s classifications of processed and red meat. Meat and Cancer – Its Official WHO have now classified processed meat is the same category as Asbestos and Tobacco smoking which is GROUP […]
- Herbs: Cooking & BenefitsBasil (sweet): The Italian ingredient for pesto…the French dash for Provencal soupe au pisto…with its wonderful aroma, fresh is definitely best here. It's ideal with tomatoes, tomato soup, salad, eggs and more. Therapeutic uses for basil include use as a sedative and anti-spasmodic; it's also helpful with digestion, nervous disorders, headaches, vertigo and even colic […]