Setting Boundaries - Ways to reduce anxiety, depression and stress during the Festive Season and life in general

Reduce anxiety, stress and depression by setting healthy boundaries. Find out how by reading this blog....

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Is your home making you more anxious?

This blog discusses how to make your home calming and tranquil. Read on ....

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How your supermarket is designed to make you buy junk food!

Read about how supermarkets influence your shopping decisions in this blog.

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Cultivating happiness

This blog describes 5 simple ways of creating happiness....

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How your mood is shaped by your diet

There are some foods that can help boost your mood. There are also other foods that can trigger anxiety,sadness and depression. Read more in this blog...

Read More

Mealtime design

Presentation, mindfullness and mood influence eating.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - The Invisible Illness

Chronic fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a difficult, frustrating condition with no definitve diagnostic tests or visible signs. Find out more about holistic medical and naturopathic management in this blog,...

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Is MSG as bad as it's made out to be?

Is MSG bad for your health?

Read More

The importance of deep sleep and how to get more of it!

Sleeping well is essential for great health. Find out more in this blog

Read More

Is your health being harmed by heavy metals?

Find out more about heavy metals affecting health on this blog

Read More

Is Your Thyroid Treatment Not Working?

Are you currently taking conventional thyroid medication, but still have symptoms of an underactive thyroid? Read more...

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Welcome to 2018!

Welcome to a New Year of possibilities and an opportunuity to review your goals and resolutions. Read more...

Read More

PALEO- What’s old is new again

This blog introduces some benefits of the popular Paleo Diet. Read more below...

Read More

Five Reasons For Feeling Worse When Trying To Get Healthier

This blog post discusses five reasons that may potentially block your ability to get healthier. Click below to read more.

Read More

Women, Hormones and Mood Changes

This blog post explains how the menstrual cycle and other hormone changes affect mood.Do some women need hormonal support or antidepressants? What are the roles of natural medicine, counselling, nutrition or exercise? Click below to find out more.

Read More

Is stress getting the better of you?

Stress is a big problem for many people. Click below to find out more.

Read More

How the weather can affect your mood and wellbeing

This blog post discusses how the weather can affect your mood. Click below to read more.

Read More

Is It Time To Eat Dirt? A Lesson from Parrots in the Amazon Jungle

Parrots thrive by eating clay. This blog discusses how people can also benefit from clay. Click below to read more.

Read More

All in the gut: Why your health problems probably started in the digestive system

Health problems often start in your digestive system. Read about leaky gut in this blog post by clicking below.

Read More

4 ways to stop the cravings

Do you craves sweets or chocolate? Click below to find out more.

Read More

Stand up and protect yourself from the harms of desk jobs

This blog post discusses what you need to know about healthy work posture. Click below to read more.

Read More

7 warning signs you might be dehydrated

This blog discusses 7 warning signs of dehydration and 3 benefits of drinking water. Click below to read more.

Read More

B is for bloating

Bloating is a common problem. Click below to find out more

Read More

The dangers of EMR and how you can protect yourself

This blog discusses some dangers of EMR and how you can protect yourself. Click below to read more.

Read More

Do your hormones need a check up?

Clues that hormones are out of balance include painful, heavy or irregular periods, irritability and mood changes, poor memory, fatigue, lack of motivation, craving sugar and chocolate, fluid retention, bloating, night sweats and hot flushes. The impact on a woman’s quality of life of some of these problems is often under estimated.

Read More

Do Your Hormones Need A Check Up? : Thyroid Troubles

Symptoms of an under active thyroid include fatigue, depression, constipation, weight gain and dry skin, whereas an overactive thyroid generally results in palpitations, weight loss, sweating and agitation. In practice, symptoms of thyroid problems, especially in the early stages of disease, may be vague and overlap with many other illnesses.

Read More

How Much Spare Energy Do You Have At The End Of Each Week?

Let’s face it, the demands of modern life can leave many people feeling that they just don’t have enough energy to keep up. Fatigue makes everything we do seem more difficult and can rob you of enjoyment, enthusiasm and quality of life.

Read More

How to create the perfect paleo shopping list

How to create the perfect paleo shopping list. The paleo diet focuses on everything natural which means that it logically includes some fruit., vegetables, meat and protein, herbs and spices.

Read More

How Does The MTHFR Gene Affect Methylation?

Methylation is the process of activating a molecule through the addition of a methyl group (CH3). Genetic MTHFR mutations are one cause of potential reduced methylation function. Methylation is important in numerous biochemical and metabolic reactions, acting as an "on/off switch". Relevant functions include energy production, regulation of gene expression, brain function, mood, hormones and detoxification.

Read More

How yoga can reduce stress

Yoga has been proven to have a really positive effect in reducing stress as well as improving fitness.

Read More

Functional vs Conventional Medicine

Functional Medicine aims to combine the best of conventional medicine with evidence-based complementary medicine, therapies and lifestyle interventions for the holistic treatment and prevention of disease. It enables medical practitioners and other health professionals to practice proactive, predictive, personalised medicine and empowers patients to take an active role in their own health.

Read More

Is Your Green Smoothie A Health Hazard?

Green smoothies in moderation can be a great way to get extra vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. But, excessive intake of green smoothies may increase your levels of oxalic acid and this can lead to aching muscles and joints, gout, kidney stones and other health problems.

Read More

Does Pyrrole Disorder Affect Your Energy, Stress or Mood?

Pyrrole disorder, pyrroluria or “Mauve Factor” was first identified in the 1950s by Dr Abram Hoffer. Some people have persistent elevated levels due to abnormal haemoglobin metabolism or synthesis. Elevated pyrroles have been linked with mood disorders such as bipolar disorder, anxiety and depression. Stress, nutritional deficiency, and heavy metals such as lead and mercury can significantly increase pyrrole levels.

Read More

Natural Medication to Boost Your Mood

Anxiety and depression are common concerns for many of my patients and certainly affect millions of people in our country and around the world. Natural remedies can help address stress, anxiety and depression. They can also be used to help support people taking pharmaceutical antidepressants.

Read More

The hazards of hand sanitisers!

We live in a germaphobic society.Your hand sanitiser is not as safe as many advertisements suggest and is potentially weakening your immune system

Read More

Are You Feeling The Cold?

If you're struggling with the cold weather that has recently arrived, your circulation may be to blame! This means that your body's ability to move blood around your body, giving oxygen and nutrients to the cells and removing waste products is reduced. Poor circulation can therefore be the cause of numbness, muscle cramps and tingling. So what can you do about it?

Read More

Is Your Gallbladder Unhealthy?

Gallbladder problems are common and gallstones affect 15 per cent of adults over the age of fifty. So how do you know if you might have gallstones, why do some people get gallstones, what does your gallbladder do, and what can you do to improve gallbladder function?

Read More

Acute Stress - the first stage of BAD stress

Stress is an inevitable part of every day life. Bills that appear unexpectedly, meetings or presentations with senior staff, kids falling over and injuring themselves are all good examples of your body going into acute stress.It is relatively easy to deal with short term mild stress., but serious health problems are possible when stress is severe and chronic.

Read More

You’ll never guess where gluten has been hiding…

Coeliac disease is an extreme allergy to gluten and avoiding gluten in foods is essential. In addition many people with fatigue, bloating, diarhoea or constipation are sensitive to gluten and feel better when they avoid gluten. But did you know that many medications also contain gluten?

Read More

Autoimmune Conditions – Bringing Back the Balance

Autoimmune disease is where your body mounts an immune attack against itself. Some common autoimmune conditions include Rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus (SLE), Psoriasis, Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative colitis and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

Read More

Got The Moody Blues?

Mental health disorders are common. It is natural to feel like you are the only one that may be feeling low or experiencing anxiety or depression. Stress, poor health, loss and trauma, and changes in life circumstances can all be triggers. Thankfully, there are some natural medicines and positive lifestyle habits that can help improve your mood and set you on the path to greater emotional wellbeing.

Read More

Top 5 herbs and spices to keep you healthy through winter

Winter is a challenging time for health and often results in winter flus and colds. But, before you pop into the chemist to stock up on cold and flu tablets or to book in for a flu shot, did you know that there are natural remedies to keep you healthy during the colder months? Here are some of the best herbs and spices to throw into your diet which can help boost your immune system and lessen any symptoms of colds:

Read More

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - The Invisible Illness

Chronic fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a difficult, frustrating condition with no definitve diagnostic tests or visible signs. Find out more about holistic medical and naturopathic management in this blog,...

Read More

The importance of deep sleep and how to get more of it!

Sleeping well is essential for great health. Find out more in this blog

Read More

Is your health being harmed by heavy metals?

Find out more about heavy metals affecting health on this blog

Read More

Five Reasons For Feeling Worse When Trying To Get Healthier

This blog post discusses five reasons that may potentially block your ability to get healthier. Click below to read more.

Read More

How Much Spare Energy Do You Have At The End Of Each Week?

Let’s face it, the demands of modern life can leave many people feeling that they just don’t have enough energy to keep up. Fatigue makes everything we do seem more difficult and can rob you of enjoyment, enthusiasm and quality of life.

Read More

Are You Feeling The Cold?

If you're struggling with the cold weather that has recently arrived, your circulation may be to blame! This means that your body's ability to move blood around your body, giving oxygen and nutrients to the cells and removing waste products is reduced. Poor circulation can therefore be the cause of numbness, muscle cramps and tingling. So what can you do about it?

Read More

You’ll never guess where gluten has been hiding…

Coeliac disease is an extreme allergy to gluten and avoiding gluten in foods is essential. In addition many people with fatigue, bloating, diarhoea or constipation are sensitive to gluten and feel better when they avoid gluten. But did you know that many medications also contain gluten?

Read More

Is Your Thyroid Treatment Not Working?

Are you currently taking conventional thyroid medication, but still have symptoms of an underactive thyroid? Read more...

Read More

Women, Hormones and Mood Changes

This blog post explains how the menstrual cycle and other hormone changes affect mood.Do some women need hormonal support or antidepressants? What are the roles of natural medicine, counselling, nutrition or exercise? Click below to find out more.

Read More

Do your hormones need a check up?

Clues that hormones are out of balance include painful, heavy or irregular periods, irritability and mood changes, poor memory, fatigue, lack of motivation, craving sugar and chocolate, fluid retention, bloating, night sweats and hot flushes. The impact on a woman’s quality of life of some of these problems is often under estimated.

Read More

Do Your Hormones Need A Check Up? : Thyroid Troubles

Symptoms of an under active thyroid include fatigue, depression, constipation, weight gain and dry skin, whereas an overactive thyroid generally results in palpitations, weight loss, sweating and agitation. In practice, symptoms of thyroid problems, especially in the early stages of disease, may be vague and overlap with many other illnesses.

Read More

The hazards of hand sanitisers!

We live in a germaphobic society.Your hand sanitiser is not as safe as many advertisements suggest and is potentially weakening your immune system

Read More

Autoimmune Conditions – Bringing Back the Balance

Autoimmune disease is where your body mounts an immune attack against itself. Some common autoimmune conditions include Rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus (SLE), Psoriasis, Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative colitis and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

Read More

How your supermarket is designed to make you buy junk food!

Read about how supermarkets influence your shopping decisions in this blog.

Read More

How your mood is shaped by your diet

There are some foods that can help boost your mood. There are also other foods that can trigger anxiety,sadness and depression. Read more in this blog...

Read More

Mealtime design

Presentation, mindfullness and mood influence eating.

Read More

Is MSG as bad as it's made out to be?

Is MSG bad for your health?

Read More

PALEO- What’s old is new again

This blog introduces some benefits of the popular Paleo Diet. Read more below...

Read More

Is It Time To Eat Dirt? A Lesson from Parrots in the Amazon Jungle

Parrots thrive by eating clay. This blog discusses how people can also benefit from clay. Click below to read more.

Read More

All in the gut: Why your health problems probably started in the digestive system

Health problems often start in your digestive system. Read about leaky gut in this blog post by clicking below.

Read More

4 ways to stop the cravings

Do you craves sweets or chocolate? Click below to find out more.

Read More

7 warning signs you might be dehydrated

This blog discusses 7 warning signs of dehydration and 3 benefits of drinking water. Click below to read more.

Read More

B is for bloating

Bloating is a common problem. Click below to find out more

Read More

How to create the perfect paleo shopping list

How to create the perfect paleo shopping list. The paleo diet focuses on everything natural which means that it logically includes some fruit., vegetables, meat and protein, herbs and spices.

Read More

Is Your Green Smoothie A Health Hazard?

Green smoothies in moderation can be a great way to get extra vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. But, excessive intake of green smoothies may increase your levels of oxalic acid and this can lead to aching muscles and joints, gout, kidney stones and other health problems.

Read More

Is Your Gallbladder Unhealthy?

Gallbladder problems are common and gallstones affect 15 per cent of adults over the age of fifty. So how do you know if you might have gallstones, why do some people get gallstones, what does your gallbladder do, and what can you do to improve gallbladder function?

Read More

Top 5 herbs and spices to keep you healthy through winter

Winter is a challenging time for health and often results in winter flus and colds. But, before you pop into the chemist to stock up on cold and flu tablets or to book in for a flu shot, did you know that there are natural remedies to keep you healthy during the colder months? Here are some of the best herbs and spices to throw into your diet which can help boost your immune system and lessen any symptoms of colds:

Read More

Setting Boundaries - Ways to reduce anxiety, depression and stress during the Festive Season and life in general

Reduce anxiety, stress and depression by setting healthy boundaries. Find out how by reading this blog....

Read More

Is your home making you more anxious?

This blog discusses how to make your home calming and tranquil. Read on ....

Read More

Cultivating happiness

This blog describes 5 simple ways of creating happiness....

Read More

Welcome to 2018!

Welcome to a New Year of possibilities and an opportunuity to review your goals and resolutions. Read more...

Read More

Is stress getting the better of you?

Stress is a big problem for many people. Click below to find out more.

Read More

How the weather can affect your mood and wellbeing

This blog post discusses how the weather can affect your mood. Click below to read more.

Read More

Stand up and protect yourself from the harms of desk jobs

This blog post discusses what you need to know about healthy work posture. Click below to read more.

Read More

How yoga can reduce stress

Yoga has been proven to have a really positive effect in reducing stress as well as improving fitness.

Read More

Does Pyrrole Disorder Affect Your Energy, Stress or Mood?

Pyrrole disorder, pyrroluria or “Mauve Factor” was first identified in the 1950s by Dr Abram Hoffer. Some people have persistent elevated levels due to abnormal haemoglobin metabolism or synthesis. Elevated pyrroles have been linked with mood disorders such as bipolar disorder, anxiety and depression. Stress, nutritional deficiency, and heavy metals such as lead and mercury can significantly increase pyrrole levels.

Read More

Natural Medication to Boost Your Mood

Anxiety and depression are common concerns for many of my patients and certainly affect millions of people in our country and around the world. Natural remedies can help address stress, anxiety and depression. They can also be used to help support people taking pharmaceutical antidepressants.

Read More

Setting Boundaries - Ways to reduce anxiety, depression and stress during the Festive Season and life in general

Reduce anxiety, stress and depression by setting healthy boundaries. Find out how by reading this blog....

Read More

Is your home making you more anxious?

This blog discusses how to make your home calming and tranquil. Read on ....

Read More

How your supermarket is designed to make you buy junk food!

Read about how supermarkets influence your shopping decisions in this blog.

Read More

Cultivating happiness

This blog describes 5 simple ways of creating happiness....

Read More

How your mood is shaped by your diet

There are some foods that can help boost your mood. There are also other foods that can trigger anxiety,sadness and depression. Read more in this blog...

Read More

Mealtime design

Presentation, mindfullness and mood influence eating.

Read More

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - The Invisible Illness

Chronic fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a difficult, frustrating condition with no definitve diagnostic tests or visible signs. Find out more about holistic medical and naturopathic management in this blog,...

Read More

Is MSG as bad as it's made out to be?

Is MSG bad for your health?

Read More

The importance of deep sleep and how to get more of it!

Sleeping well is essential for great health. Find out more in this blog

Read More

Is your health being harmed by heavy metals?

Find out more about heavy metals affecting health on this blog

Read More

Is Your Thyroid Treatment Not Working?

Are you currently taking conventional thyroid medication, but still have symptoms of an underactive thyroid? Read more...

Read More

Welcome to 2018!

Welcome to a New Year of possibilities and an opportunuity to review your goals and resolutions. Read more...

Read More

PALEO- What’s old is new again

This blog introduces some benefits of the popular Paleo Diet. Read more below...

Read More

Five Reasons For Feeling Worse When Trying To Get Healthier

This blog post discusses five reasons that may potentially block your ability to get healthier. Click below to read more.

Read More

Women, Hormones and Mood Changes

This blog post explains how the menstrual cycle and other hormone changes affect mood.Do some women need hormonal support or antidepressants? What are the roles of natural medicine, counselling, nutrition or exercise? Click below to find out more.

Read More

Is stress getting the better of you?

Stress is a big problem for many people. Click below to find out more.

Read More

How the weather can affect your mood and wellbeing

This blog post discusses how the weather can affect your mood. Click below to read more.

Read More

Is It Time To Eat Dirt? A Lesson from Parrots in the Amazon Jungle

Parrots thrive by eating clay. This blog discusses how people can also benefit from clay. Click below to read more.

Read More

All in the gut: Why your health problems probably started in the digestive system

Health problems often start in your digestive system. Read about leaky gut in this blog post by clicking below.

Read More

4 ways to stop the cravings

Do you craves sweets or chocolate? Click below to find out more.

Read More

Stand up and protect yourself from the harms of desk jobs

This blog post discusses what you need to know about healthy work posture. Click below to read more.

Read More

7 warning signs you might be dehydrated

This blog discusses 7 warning signs of dehydration and 3 benefits of drinking water. Click below to read more.

Read More

B is for bloating

Bloating is a common problem. Click below to find out more

Read More

The dangers of EMR and how you can protect yourself

This blog discusses some dangers of EMR and how you can protect yourself. Click below to read more.

Read More

Do your hormones need a check up?

Clues that hormones are out of balance include painful, heavy or irregular periods, irritability and mood changes, poor memory, fatigue, lack of motivation, craving sugar and chocolate, fluid retention, bloating, night sweats and hot flushes. The impact on a woman’s quality of life of some of these problems is often under estimated.

Read More

Do Your Hormones Need A Check Up? : Thyroid Troubles

Symptoms of an under active thyroid include fatigue, depression, constipation, weight gain and dry skin, whereas an overactive thyroid generally results in palpitations, weight loss, sweating and agitation. In practice, symptoms of thyroid problems, especially in the early stages of disease, may be vague and overlap with many other illnesses.

Read More

How Much Spare Energy Do You Have At The End Of Each Week?

Let’s face it, the demands of modern life can leave many people feeling that they just don’t have enough energy to keep up. Fatigue makes everything we do seem more difficult and can rob you of enjoyment, enthusiasm and quality of life.

Read More

How to create the perfect paleo shopping list

How to create the perfect paleo shopping list. The paleo diet focuses on everything natural which means that it logically includes some fruit., vegetables, meat and protein, herbs and spices.

Read More

How Does The MTHFR Gene Affect Methylation?

Methylation is the process of activating a molecule through the addition of a methyl group (CH3). Genetic MTHFR mutations are one cause of potential reduced methylation function. Methylation is important in numerous biochemical and metabolic reactions, acting as an "on/off switch". Relevant functions include energy production, regulation of gene expression, brain function, mood, hormones and detoxification.

Read More

How yoga can reduce stress

Yoga has been proven to have a really positive effect in reducing stress as well as improving fitness.

Read More

Functional vs Conventional Medicine

Functional Medicine aims to combine the best of conventional medicine with evidence-based complementary medicine, therapies and lifestyle interventions for the holistic treatment and prevention of disease. It enables medical practitioners and other health professionals to practice proactive, predictive, personalised medicine and empowers patients to take an active role in their own health.

Read More

Is Your Green Smoothie A Health Hazard?

Green smoothies in moderation can be a great way to get extra vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. But, excessive intake of green smoothies may increase your levels of oxalic acid and this can lead to aching muscles and joints, gout, kidney stones and other health problems.

Read More

Does Pyrrole Disorder Affect Your Energy, Stress or Mood?

Pyrrole disorder, pyrroluria or “Mauve Factor” was first identified in the 1950s by Dr Abram Hoffer. Some people have persistent elevated levels due to abnormal haemoglobin metabolism or synthesis. Elevated pyrroles have been linked with mood disorders such as bipolar disorder, anxiety and depression. Stress, nutritional deficiency, and heavy metals such as lead and mercury can significantly increase pyrrole levels.

Read More

Natural Medication to Boost Your Mood

Anxiety and depression are common concerns for many of my patients and certainly affect millions of people in our country and around the world. Natural remedies can help address stress, anxiety and depression. They can also be used to help support people taking pharmaceutical antidepressants.

Read More

The hazards of hand sanitisers!

We live in a germaphobic society.Your hand sanitiser is not as safe as many advertisements suggest and is potentially weakening your immune system

Read More

Are You Feeling The Cold?

If you're struggling with the cold weather that has recently arrived, your circulation may be to blame! This means that your body's ability to move blood around your body, giving oxygen and nutrients to the cells and removing waste products is reduced. Poor circulation can therefore be the cause of numbness, muscle cramps and tingling. So what can you do about it?

Read More

Is Your Gallbladder Unhealthy?

Gallbladder problems are common and gallstones affect 15 per cent of adults over the age of fifty. So how do you know if you might have gallstones, why do some people get gallstones, what does your gallbladder do, and what can you do to improve gallbladder function?

Read More

Acute Stress - the first stage of BAD stress

Stress is an inevitable part of every day life. Bills that appear unexpectedly, meetings or presentations with senior staff, kids falling over and injuring themselves are all good examples of your body going into acute stress.It is relatively easy to deal with short term mild stress., but serious health problems are possible when stress is severe and chronic.

Read More

You’ll never guess where gluten has been hiding…

Coeliac disease is an extreme allergy to gluten and avoiding gluten in foods is essential. In addition many people with fatigue, bloating, diarhoea or constipation are sensitive to gluten and feel better when they avoid gluten. But did you know that many medications also contain gluten?

Read More

Autoimmune Conditions – Bringing Back the Balance

Autoimmune disease is where your body mounts an immune attack against itself. Some common autoimmune conditions include Rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus (SLE), Psoriasis, Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative colitis and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

Read More

Got The Moody Blues?

Mental health disorders are common. It is natural to feel like you are the only one that may be feeling low or experiencing anxiety or depression. Stress, poor health, loss and trauma, and changes in life circumstances can all be triggers. Thankfully, there are some natural medicines and positive lifestyle habits that can help improve your mood and set you on the path to greater emotional wellbeing.

Read More

Top 5 herbs and spices to keep you healthy through winter

Winter is a challenging time for health and often results in winter flus and colds. But, before you pop into the chemist to stock up on cold and flu tablets or to book in for a flu shot, did you know that there are natural remedies to keep you healthy during the colder months? Here are some of the best herbs and spices to throw into your diet which can help boost your immune system and lessen any symptoms of colds:

Read More

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