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Stories of Survival

Modern Age

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Sarah Booth-Henry

October 12, 2021

Stress and Digestion

After 20 years in corporate management roles, raising twin girls and studying part time, in this episode Caroline Peyton chats about the stressors and pressure of working life, the impact this can have on one’s health and wellbeing, and why health starts in the gut.

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Caroline Peyton

After 20 years in Corporate management roles, Caroline Peyton took the decision to retrain; firstly in Nutritional Therapy in 2009 and then in Naturopathy in 2014.

 

She also holds diplomas in Iridology and Wellbeing Coaching. Caroline helped establish the Naturopathic Nutrition Association and was Chair for 7 years.

 

She also became Principal of the Natural Healthcare College in 2013 and supervised final year students’ Clinical Practice training until 2018.

 

Caroline runs her own private practice and specialises in digestive gut health.
 

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The Mission House
~ Carys Davies

 

Fleeing the dark undercurrents of contemporary life in Britain, Hilary Byrd takes refuge in Ooty, a hill station in South India. There he finds solace in life's simple pleasures, travelling by rickshaw around the small town with his driver Jamshed and staying in a mission house beside the local presbytery where the Padre and his adoptive daughter Priscilla have taken Hilary under their wing.

The Padre is concerned for Priscilla's future, and as Hilary's friendship with the young woman grows, he begins to wonder whether his purpose lies in this new relationship. But religious tensions are brewing and the mission house may not be the safe haven it seems.

The Mission House boldly and imaginatively explores post-colonial ideas in a world fractured between faith and non-belief, young and old, imperial past and nationalistic present. Tenderly subversive and meticulously crafted, it is is a deeply human fable of the wonders and terrors of connection in a modern world.