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.
- Vitamins & MineralsVitamin: BIOFLAVANOIDS Purpose: Works with Vitamin C, antioxidant, antiviral and helps stabilize collagen matrix, anti-inflammatory properties. Deficiency can be linked with eczema, immune sluggishness, gum bleeding, glaucoma, heavy menstrual bleeding (with vitamin C), herpes, vaginitis, bruising. Found: Bilberry, citrus fruits, green tea, berries, legumes, parsley, red wine, strong colored fruits and vegetables, buckwheat. Vitamin: CHOLINE […]
- 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 can you believe how outdated that system of weight management is??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 […]
- Healthy Bunch CookbookThis cookery book has been created to support the series by Trisha Stewart on diet and lifestyle, Healthy Tart, Healthy Idol and Healthy Dude This book is deliberately focusing on vegetarian/vegan foods, not only to support these great lifestyle books, but also to encourage those people who eat flesh and dairy to try some great […]
- Phytochemicals and the foods you need to eat to get them.Phytochemicals are the gifts from nature, which are responsible for the colour, taste and aroma of plant based foods. As well as these pleasant attributes, they protect us from environmental and ingested carcinogens and have anticancer properties. It is not a surprise then that the World Cancer Research Fund and other academic bodies, report that […]