She Woke Up

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I can’t describe the pain of losing my mammy but also the intense gratitude for how she passed, for the insight into the removal of all her fear, and the arrival of intense peace and joy. She felt safe, and I really want you to know that when our loved one’s pass, they feel safe.

Me, Myself & Isolation: My Sunrise Cacao Experience

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Like a lot of you reading this, I have struggled during this period of isolation. Everyone’s experiences are different, our feelings originate from an extensive range of circumstances, so understand that what you’re feeling now, what you’ve already battled through, or what might come in the future is completely valid. We’ve been forced into a […]

What is Candida & could you have an overgrowth in your system?!

K Therapy Ireland Blog Candida

Candida is a fungus, (a type of yeast), which lives in small amounts in your mouth and digestive system. It’s main job is to help with digestion of food and absorption of nutrients. With our busy lifestyles nowadays, eating diets high in refined carbohydrates and sugar, consuming large amounts of alcohol and using antibiotics more […]

Depression, Mental Health & BioKinesiology

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By Maeve Sherlock- There are many neurotransmitters and hormones involved in how we feel physically and mentally and these chemicals need to be balanced to result in feeling good and achieving good mental health. To ensure good quality hormones, we must ensure we have a good quality diet and optimal digestive health, as the protein […]

Nightshade Vegetables – Your Friend Or Foe?!

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By Maeve Sherlock What are nightshades? Members of the family Solanaceae, common nightshades include potatoes (not including sweet potatoes), tomatoes, aubergine and peppers (including chilli peppers and sweet peppers!) Do you suffer from gluten or dairy intolerance, mood swings, indigestion, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis or another skin condition? If so, the hidden culprit could be nightshades. […]