Article of the Month

Here you will find an archive of previous “Article of the Month” articles.

Light at the End of the Winter Blues

An indispensable guide to living with the winter blues from a fantastic Bristol-based Nutritional Therapist, Caroline Pringle.

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Nature & Wellbeing – What’s the Story?

What are your levels of Vitamin N? Ellie Chapman discusses the benefits of nature for our health and wellbeing.

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How to Boost Immunity the Natural Way

As reluctant as we may be to let go of summer, here’s some advice on boosting immunity in preparation for winter, from Viridian’s Aimee Benbow.

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Raw Food for Vibrant Health

Guest blogger, Anna Middleton, talks raw. Learn why raw doesn’t mean cold, and the importance of balance for health on a cellular level.

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Rose and Pistachio Granola

We’ve been lucky enough to have the lovely blogger Sus from Rough Measures come aboard our #WakeUpToOrganic campaign this month! Proving that eating organic is easy and delicious, Sus has written us a granola recipe that will get your day off to the best possible start – and you can get most of the ingredients right here in Wild Oats! Join us in store on… Read More

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The health benefits of turmeric from our guest writer, Maya.

Boost your health with this amazing spice.
 By Maya Daghighi for CNM (College of Naturopathic Medicine). The Asian spice turmeric, which is often ground into a deep orange powder and used in curries, has been used for centuries in India for medicinal purposes. More recently, its active ingredient, curcumin, has been much in the news because scientists have confirmed its remarkable anti-cancer properties. There’s a… Read More

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Pam’s top tips for welcoming in the new year!

It’s that time of year where we all feel like we should cleanse our body, as a good way to start the new year, but is it really the best thing to do? Pam, one of our cherished advisers at Wild Oats, has shared her expert opinion on how best to renew our body as the new year arrives; and it’s easier than expected! To help… Read More

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Clare Chapman on postural health

This year I have been delighted to sit on the panel for two of the Wild Oats Health Connect talks. In May I joined the team for the ‘Diseases of Civilization’, and in September returned for the ‘Musculoskeletal Disorders’ discussion.  Like the other speakers and participants, I share a deep interest and enthusiasm for exploring and pursuing natural health. My contribution however is not in… Read More

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Can You Get Enough Protein In A Plant-Based Diet?

Joe Jackson,Nutritional Therapist. Bsc (Hons). mBANT. mCNHC, explains where we can source our protein if we’re leading a plant-based diet.

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August Guest Blog

This months blog written for WildOats by Zoe Gray, Nutritionist, is all about nourishing your summer body!

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