Health & Wellbeing

Eating for improved health & wellbeing for anyone living with (or without) epilepsy

We hope that the Health and Wellbeing part of our website will help to encourage you to try more whole foods and a wider variety of foods which can help to make you FEEL better. As with everything, we encourage one step at a time towards your goal. Don’t put yourself under huge amounts of pressure and always discuss things with your doctor before making any significant changes to your diet.


If chapter 1 suits you then stay with it, if you feel comfortable with the progress you have made with chapter 1 and wish to look into things further then progress to chapter 2 and make use of the Soul Nutrition website which we have partnered with. If you are eventually wanting to look at lowering the amount of carbohydrates you are currently eating then you might be interested in reading through chapter 3 about our involvement with the Public Health Collaboration.

All our chapters will be updated and added to over time – so please keep checking in.

Our choice of food, how much we eat and how often we eat, can have an enormous impact on how we feel from day to day. Relatively simple adjustments can really make a difference, leading to enhanced energy levels, improved weight control and enabling us to feel better equipped to cope with the everyday challenges of life. If you are looking to explore changes, but are not quite sure where to start, then please read on for some tips. Time-wise, it’s worth planning moderate and sustainable meal changes over a period of weeks and months. Quick fix diet changes, rarely adjust our comfortable old habits for long.

capegooseburyFor further guidance on making changes that really matter to you, please also refer to Balance by Soul Nutrition as well as the Soul Nutrition website. We would also recommend that you watch the online tutorials on how to use the Soul Nutrition website and you will find them via the above link.