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Nov 10th

Transitions

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I am transitioning in the business, this means new changes are coming next year. I am changing the way I practice, will go online soon to serve more people globally and also change the way I prescribe and treat each patient. Naturopathy is just the beginning and a stepping stone of my knowledge bank which […]

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Mar 31st

Understanding Autoimmune conditions

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Source What is autoimmunity? Autoimmunity happens when the immune system goes awry and attacks the body – as misdirected immune responses. This can be detected through the presence of autoantibodies or T lymphocytes. What is Autoimmune disease? Autoimmunity is present in some form in everyone. However autoimmune diseases are a progession from benign autoimmunity to […]

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Feb 5th

A Playlist for Meditation Practice at Home

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The human brain is externally and internally stimulated with thoughts 365 days a year. The goal for meditation also known as mindfulness is not to remove all thoughts completely, but to be mindful of them and to observe them. Emotions such as anger, irritability, sadness and negative thinking have a mind body connection. When you […]

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Oct 26th

What is SIBO? (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth)

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SIBO is a digestive condition that affects the small intestine. It involves a buildup of bacteria that causes fermentation in the small intestine. Fructose malabsorption sufferers also interchangeably have SIBO. Almost 60% of the human population have undiagnosed SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth). This is due to current lifestyle habits, diet and medications. Common risk […]

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Sep 26th

Downplaying the Stress Response

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What is Stress? It is Life can just be a rollercoaster ride for most individuals. Please see below, The Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory. Difficulties with personal lives, business, work and finances are just some areas that stress becomes too overwhelming.  It lists the highly stressful situations at the top, see below:   Source Pinterest Fight […]

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Aug 11th

Digestive function and skin health are related

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Dietary habits die hard, especially if you are used to comfort foods – be it chips, chocolate or junk food. Feeding your body well is essential to improve digestion and skin health. In fact, skin health – its appearance (colour, texture, roughness, dryness) indicates what is happening within the digestive system. Many modern foods (sugar, […]

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Jun 13th

We are moving to Balwyn North end of July!

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I knew Naturopaths Ann and Ben for a while, let’s say 3 years? I was always struck by Ann’s passion for natural medicine. She knew I was looking for another clinic, having experienced my Bowen treatments she really wanted to have a Bowen therapist and Naturopath on board. I am really honoured to be invited to […]

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May 12th

Get your health on track

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Getting your health on track takes time, commitment, determination, support and accountability. I use the analogy of a leaking roof, imagine your roof starts leaking water and you procrastinate repairing it. Months pass and the hole gets bigger, the more rainwater leaks through and another hole appears in the ceiling. Only then you panic and […]

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Apr 30th

Sugar binge – how to manage that craving for sugar

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 Source -          Manage your stress and emotional health. This can include stress reduction techniques such as meditation, deep breathing, yoga or pilates. Stress and poor mood leads to dependence on sugar as it raises serotonin (the feel good hormone). That is why most people reach for sugar when they feel down or sad. By raising […]

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Apr 16th

Meal preparation tips

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  Source If you work 5-6 days a week, dedicate one day a week for meal preparation. The most important meals are breakfast for sustained energy, healthy snacks for blood sugar regulation and dinner. Don’t expect yourself to cook all your 3 meals for the week in 1 day. Prioritize the meals you lack time […]

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