A journey to

better metabolic health


Taking a global approach to metabolic issues and insulin dysfunction

What are the driving factors behind problems with insulin? The most researched factors in the scientific literature include diet, a sedentary lifestyle and stress, but there are other important factors to cover such as circadian rhythms, lack of sunshine, air pollution and exposure to other synthetic chemicals and mitochondrial dysfunction. We will also look at psycho-emotional and energetic factors as deeper drivers of these physical issues because the way we eat, our exercise levels and our ability to handle stress can be heavily influenced by our beliefs about ourselves and the world around us, our relationships as well as our early childhood experiences.

Circadian rhythms

Diet & nutrition

Physical exercise

Sleep quality

Psychological Stress

Sun exposure

Childhood trauma

Social interaction

Microbiome

Air pollution

Industrial pollutants

Technology use