The ‘Health Matters’ Radio Show starts Monday 16th October 2017. Replays of each show will be available here shortly after going on air.
19th Feb 2018 (Show 15)
Guest Dee Stringer from Swelling Matters and I chat about Lymphoedema and Lipoedema, as well as the benefits of ‘Brown Fat’ and the dangers of ‘ultra processed’ foods – plus we go back to 1977 with music from The Eagles, Tom Robinson and The Sex Pistols.
12th Feb 2018 (Show 14)
Guests Julian and James from South Eastern Tennis and Learn Chess chat about the health benefits of Tennis and Chess, and I also discuss the topics of the dangers of Ibuprofen overdose and the nasties in many ‘healthy’ protein bars – plus we go back to 1988 with music from Yazz & the Plastic Population, Climie Fisher and The Proclaimers.
5th Feb 2018 (Show 13)
Guest Julie Murray from JM Hypnotherapy and I chat about Hypnotherapy and Hypnobirthing, and we also chat about the issues around Fatty Liver Disease and the hidden sugars in 7 common day to day foods – plus we go back to 1979 with music from Pink Floyd, The Buggles and Rainbow.
29th Jan 2018 (Show 12)
Guest Maureen Chiana from Apogee Skills and I chat about Neuroscience, what it is and how it can benefit you and your business, and we also chat about the warning signs of undiagnosed Type II Diabetes and strategies to help you give up smoking – plus we go back to 1991 with music from Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, Simply Red and Michael Jackson.
22nd Jan 2018 (Show 11)
Guests Bev Crossland and Julie Stenhouse from KCHFT and the OneYou shop in Ashford chat about the services offered by the OneYou programme and their forthcoming Business Event in Ashford on the 29th of January 2018 (www.kent.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/health/one-you-kent), and I talk about how your diet might be affecting your sleep, the differences in types of bread, and about the B-vitamin, Choline – plus we go back to 1982 with music from Survivor, Toto and Madness.
15th Jan 2018 (Show 10)
Guest Miranda Chapman and I chat about the forthcoming Wellbeing Symposium in Ashford on the 21st of February (www.thewellbeingsymposium.co.uk), and also about the dangers of crash dieting and how to fix adrenal fatigue – plus we go back to 1983 with music from Katrina and the Waves, Irene Cara and Prince.
8th Jan 2018 (Show 9)
Guest Denise Holland and I chat about the benefits of Curcumin and also the symptoms indicating adrenal fatigue. We also discuss Transformative Performance Coaching and its benefits to you – plus music from KC & the Sunshine Band and Katy Perry.
18th Dec 2017 (Show 8)
Guest Margaret Holvec and I chat about the amount and the dangers of sugar in soft drinks and hot drinks, and what Type II Diabetes is, the dangers and how those with undiagnosed Type II Diabetes might be able to spot some symptoms. We also discuss essential oils, what they are and how they can help people, and we briefly revisit the ‘party season’, alcohol and driving ‘the morning after the night before’ – plus music from Robbie Williams, Midnight Oil and Taylor Swift
4th Dec 2017 (Show 7)
Guest Alison Nixon and I chat about one of the most powerful antioxidants that most people have never heard of and things to be aware of in relation to the ‘party season’, alcohol and driving ‘the morning after the night before’ – plus music from Ed Sheeran and The Zutons.
27th Nov 2017 (Show 6)
Guest Sara Green and I chat about the dangers of high blood pressure, the benefits of Magnesium and how to spot Magnesium deficiency, plus the Million Calorie Challenge – plus music from Squeeze, The Jam and Oasis
20th Nov 2017 (Show 5)
Guest Kizzie Nicholson and I chat about Persimmon fruits, hidden sugars (how to spot them and avoid them) and Kizzie’s inspirational weight loss journey – plus music from The Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Imagine Dragons.
6th Nov 2017 (Show 4)
Guest Stephanie Unthank and I chat about PPI’s (Proton Pump Inhibitors), ways to improve sleep quality and quantity, more ways to relax and de-stress, and more ways to improve health in the workplace – plus music from Phil Oakey, David Gray and Stevie Wonder.
30th Oct 2017 (Show 3)
Guest Chris Doel and I chat about chocolate, sleep, more ways to relax and de-stress without alcohol and more ways to improve health in the workplace – plus music from Tears For Fears, Tom Petty and Wilson Picket.
23rd Oct 2017 (Show 2)
Guest Deni Booker and I chat about Antibiotics, ways to relax and de-stress without alcohol, artificial sweeteners, and about ways to improve health in the workplace – plus music from Justin Timberlake and The Killers.
16th Oct 2017 (Show 1)
The *first* Health Matters show.
Guest Paul Andrews and I talk about all things health, including gut health, the flu and sweeteners. Plus music from ELO, P!nk and Prince.
Listen to my radio interview on Channel Radio’s Business Bunker show from Tuesday 20th June 2017
Channel Radio's Business Bunker - Tuesday 20th June 2017
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"I’m delighted with the results so far and also delighted that I have a framework and awareness that I can continue to use in the future"Dave DiCara
"Neil is a qualified health professional who offers invaluable advice and support as well as the lifestyle tips"Peter Allen
"I exercise more, eat better, drink more water, have loads more energy and tolerate excuses less and less. This is the result of working with Neil"Andrew Priestley
"Neil’s programme is not difficult to start or maintain – controlled, everything happening in the correct way – it’s a mind-set. Bad habits are broken, new healthy habits are formed – and actually it’s great fun"Annie Watsham