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As well as featuring regular contributors from different brands and practising nutritionists we also like to include guest contributors which may include but not exclusively opinions from nutritionists, dieticians, health practioners and other key influencers in the health area. These articles and opinions will fall under our Yourtonic banner and represent interest areas that we feel represent current topics or health issues that our customers want to hear more about.

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yourtonic's Blog

As well as featuring regular contributors from different brands and practising nutritionists we also like to include guest contributors which may include but not exclusively opinions from nutritionists, dieticians, health practioners and other key influencers in the health area. These articles and opinions will fall under our Yourtonic banner and represent interest areas that we feel represent current topics or health issues that our customers want to hear more about.

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Stephen Terrass's Blog

Stephen Terrass MRNT, is one of Europe’s leading authorities in natural medicine, with a particular focus on nutraceutical and botanical science. Stephen has over 30 years experience in the natural healthcare field, including more than a decade as Technical Director of Solgar UK. Stephen has presented over 400 lectures in 16 countries and is the author of eight books, an award-winning series of audio tapes and several magazine articles, as well as participating in many interviews in the press, radio and television.

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Olive Curran's Blog

Olive Curran a Nutritional Therapist from the British College of Nutritional Health has an extensive background and life-long interest in preventative medicine and optimizing health. For the past 12 years, she has worked for PPC Ltd, a company which offers a wide range of nutritional products to practitioners nationwide. Olive also runs a private practice in Galway where she conducts one-to-one consultations for health concerns, specializing in digestive health, blood sugar regulation, children, female health issues, and weight loss.

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Christine Monson Dip ION's Blog

Nutritionist

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Annie McRae Dip I.O.N's Blog

For 15 years Annie has been helping people with their food choices to reach their health goals. Through a questionnaire and discussion with you Annie assesses the underlying problems, devises an action plan of foods to eat and foods to reduce/avoid, how to eat them along with a food supplement program to aid the healing process. Ill health often results from malfunctioning cells. This can be due to toxicity and nutrient deficiency. The way forward is simply "to get the bad out and put the good in" Annie's speciality is the gut. You must have good digestion and absorption to use the nutrients you are consuming. You do not have to suffer with IBS and other digestive disorders the rest of your life, if you know how to treat your body.

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Jan De Vries 's Blog

Jan de Vries was born in Holland. As a result of growing up during World War II, he learnt the value of life and health and developed a very strong ambition to help those most in need. This desire was firstly expressed in his wish to study pharmacy from which graduated in 1958. Following a chance meeting with the famous naturopath Alfred Vogel in 1960, Jan de Vries became fascinated by plant medicine and went to work with Alfred in his clinic in Teufen, Switzerland. There he learnt the differences between allopathic and phytotherapeutic medicine and the benefits of treating the body as a whole rather than just the symptom of the illness. He later went on to Germany to study osteopathy and also travelled to China to learn about acupuncture. Jan de Vries set up the first naturopathic clinic in Holland together with Alfred Vogel. With others, they also set up the company Biohorma, importing A.Vogel herbal and homoeopathic medicines to Holland from Bioforce in Switzerland. Biohorma expanded rapidly and is now one of the biggest suppliers of herbal remedies in Holland. Although Jan loves to promote living more naturally to people, he has put a great deal of work into several projects which have brought alternative medicine and orthodox medicine together. Jan believes that a combination of these two differing methods of medicine, resulting in 'complementary' medicine, will be of tremendous benefit for many suffering from ill health. In 1971, he set up a residential clinic, Mokoia, in the small seaside town of Troon on the west coast of Scotland. The clinic flourished and after finding it necessary to move to larger premises, he set up the non-residential clinic ‘Auchenkyle’. Recently this clinic was re-located to the nearby town of Ayr. He has also set up clinics in other locations most recently in Drumcondra, Dublin.

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