Putting the ‘C’ in Covid

By Matthew Fellows

Putting the ‘C’ in Covid Most animals are able to produce vitamin C within their bodies, naturally transforming glucose into ascorbate and ascorbic acid. Humans and other primates however, have lost this ability somewhere along the evolutionary ladder, which means we can only get this essential nutrient through our diet. Gorillas for example need to …

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Modern ills, Ancient pills

By Matthew Fellows

Modern ills, Ancient pills   With the next wave of the virus seemingly upon us and a new strain that doesn’t seem to be that interested in whether we are vaccinated or not, it is probably a good time to try and make sure our immune system is functioning to its full capacity. There are …

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Google Docs

By Matthew Fellows

Google Docs It’s probably true to say that most of us have at some point googled a set of symptoms from which we are suffering and come to the conclusion that we have a serious life threatening illness. Certainly many clients have come to me panicking after a quick internet search that suggests that they …

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Yi Dao, Qi Dao

By Matthew Fellows

  Yi Dao, Qi Dao If you have ever studied Qi Gong or any of the other Eastern arts you may have come across old Chinese saying that states ‘yi dao qi dao’.  It is usually translated as ‘where the mind goes the energy will follow’, however it is probably more accurate to say ‘where …

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Take a Deep Breath

By Matthew Fellows

Take a Deep Breath   Once you manage to get the air past our tiny, deformed blocked up nostrils (see previous article) it’s beneficial to take it deep in to our lungs. The most obvious function of the lungs, the transference of oxygen and carbon dioxide between our bodies and the outside world, clearly gives …

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Free the Nose

By Matthew Fellows

Free the Nose! Human beings are the worst breathers in the animal kingdom. Respiratory diseases, a group that includes asthma, COPD, bronchitis, emphysema and pneumonia, are collectively the third biggest killer in the UK, behind only cancer and heart disease. On top of this some forty percent of us suffer from chronic nasal obstruction, with …

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Calming the Storm

By Matthew Fellows

Calming the Storm Despite what you may have heard lately, the human immune system is a truly wondrous thing. One part of this highly complex defence mechanism are the white blood cells or leukocytes. There are many different types of these but one of the most common are the macrophages, with an estimated 200,000,000,000 of …

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What’s in a name?

By Matthew Fellows

What’s in a name?   “If names be not correct, language is not in accordance with the truth of things.”  Analects of Confucius   Did you know that there are two Matthew Fellows in Glastonbury? An unremarkable fact but one that has caused a fair bit of confusion over the years, particularly as we randomly …

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New World Dis-Order

By Matthew Fellows

New World Dis-Order The winter solstice that just passed marked the peak of Yin energy within the Northern Hemisphere. It is at this point when Yin is at its most full, that Yang energy is born. From here onwards we start heading towards mid-summer, where Yang energy reaches its peak and this eternal cycle can …

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Scientific Questioning

By Matthew Fellows

Scientific Questioning   Have you ever had a psychic experience? Have you ever had a premonition of some kind? Have you ever had an experience that is beyond current scientific reasoning? If not, what would it take for you to accept such things are possible? According to various surveys and polls somewhere between 25% and …

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