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We often hear it said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and trying to put a healt...
Lactation consultants around the world have been extensively studying the process of muscle movement...
Courtsey of our nutritional therapist, Sophie Crosswaite.This is a recipe that I’ve adapted fro...
As the wonder of Spring starts to emerge with blossoms and seeds creating a new cycle of life with r...
One of the most frequent complaints during pregnancy is lower back pains and up to 80% of women will...
Most women will experience symptoms three to five days after the birth, such as mood swings, tearine...
How is it December already? Did I blink and miss a couple of weeks somewhere? Does it feel as though...

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Welcome to The Maris Practice Blog. Here you will find musings, reflections and information about best practice in alternative therapies. We hope you find it useful and interesting.

Turmeric Chicken Skewers - a recipe

Chicken-skewers
Courtsey of our nutritional therapist,  Sophie Crosswaite . This is a recipe that I’ve adapted from one my Mum used to make as soon as it was warm enough to get the BBQ out. It is now a firm favourite...
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Coping with the symptoms of Menopause

Coping with the symptoms of Menopause
Some women sail through the menopause without much trouble, however, many others do not.  Hot flushes, sweating, mood swings, sleepless nights, memory problems, irritability and depression are all symptoms associated with the menopause and can affect you, with varying degrees,...
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Eating for Hormonal Balance

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We often underestimate the importance of our hormones when it comes to our health and well-being. We also forget that what we put in our mouths really does have an impact on our bodies hormonal balance. Often unless we have...
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Positive planning instead of New Year’s resolutions

Positive planning instead of New Year’s resolutions
Do you make New Year’s resolutions? This year consider a different approach by making positive plans. ‘I want to’ plans are much easier to achieve that ‘I will not do x, y or z’ restrictive resolutions. For example, instead of...
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