Have You Lost Yourself?

So often we see ladies – and men – with fatigue, depression, anxiety, brain fog, no vitality or zest for life, aches and pains…. And did I mention fatigue?? They go to the doctor, but everything comes back normal. They are not themselves, they don’t feel right, and they have no answers. So they continue […]

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Is Your Blood Work ‘Normal?’

Have you been to the GP to get your thyroid tested only to find out your test results have come back ‘normal?’ We hear this time and time again at The Lucy Rose Clinic; you are not alone. The reason your test results come back normal is because the GP will usually test for TSH, […]

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Have you tried Kangaroo as an alternative source of meat – Here’s some reasons why it is worth giving a go…. Kangaroo meat is a good healthy way of increasing protein and adding diversity to your diet. Especially if you are currently working on the AIP (Autoimmune) diet with your Lucy Rose practitioner or even just trying to […]

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Fatigue and Brain Fog: The Thyroid Link

Fatigue and Brain Fog: The Thyroid Link

How well is your brain working for you? Is it like greased lightning, ready to recall without hesitation, remember jokes and names, and help you navigate life seamlessly? Are you exhausted? Do you have ‘cotton wool’ brain? Would you like to know how to improve your brain function?   Then this article is for you! […]

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Love Your Liver

Love Your Liver

  The Role of the Liver: The liver is our vital detoxification organ, it is the gateway to the body and in this modern chemical age is possibly the most congested and overloaded organ in the body. Some of the Liver’s many functions include A storehouse of blood, vitamins and minerals Carbohydrate metabolism and glycogen […]

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Thyroid Health & Alcohol Intake: What’s the problem?

Thyroid Health & Alcohol Intake: What’s the problem?

To understand the pathway of damage that alcohol does to the thyroid, we first need to look at all the key players that are also affected by alcohol. These are the liver, oestrogen, progesterone, prolactin, glycogen and cortisol. There has been many scientifically published articles on how alcohol affects the liver; in basic terms, moderate to high long […]

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