The basics of weight loss will never change – energy out needs to exceed energy in. We need to eat a healthy wholefood diet that excludes sugar and maintains healthy levels of good fats and lean proteins. If your diet is at least half full of vegetables, then you’re on the right track. Most weight […]
Babies under 6 months aren’t ready for solid foods; the gut of an infant is still developing until they turn 2 years. Introducing solids too early can lead to long term gut irritation, inflammation, food allergies or intolerances and a range of health conditions and disease. When parents of the child have a history of […]
So we know that alcohol isn’t good for us, but everything in moderation, right? Just remember that “moderation” can be interpreted widely, especially when it comes to counting our weekly alcohol intake. This recent meta-analysis looked at all the studies that have evaluated the increased cancer risk from “light drinking”; defined as having up to […]
Our future health depends largely on what we are doing and eating RIGHT NOW! Amidst the barrage of information on living a healthy lifestyle, there are some excellent ways to ensure your diet and lifestyle now will lead to a happy and healthy experience of older age. Click here on Healthy Aging for details.
More and more people are discovering they are intolerant of wheat or allergic to gluten. Some have major damage to their gut lining caused by their immune system’s over reaction to the gliadin protein in gluten (Coeliac disease). Whatever the case, if you need or want to avoid wheat or (more broadly) gluten*, bread becomes […]
Loneliness has been shown to be bad for our health. The question is, what can we do about it? A recent study has shown that meditation not only reduces loneliness, but reduces the increased inflammatory signals that are found in those who are lonely. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/08/120814213630.htm
To celebrate the 8th Birthday of our clinic this week, we are offering 15 minute Iridology analyses as our birthday gift to you! Just call reception on 9783 9990 before the end of the week to book your complimentary iris analysis. Iridology is analysis of the iris or coloured part of the eye. Patterns in […]
Keeping up good levels of protein allows the body to heal – go for lean meats, fish, eggs, dairy. Vegan options include the full range of vegetables, legumes, lentils, nuts and seeds and soy products (keep away from GMO modified and fermented soy is especially good for your health). http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/06/120621124940.htm
Some cancer cells (particularly tumors) can survive without oxygen, but they need sugar. New research shows it’s very beneficial to “starve” cancer cells of sugar. The best way to do this is to eliminate refined carbohydrates from your diet – sugar, lollies, biscuits, cakes, processed and packaged foods including highly processed breads (if they’re light […]
A lot of media coverage and cancer research focuses on the role of genetics in determining our risk of getting cancer. It’s important to remember that we still don’t have the full picture on what causes cancer; genes can increase our risk of developing a certain disease, but that’s not the end of the story. […]
Jane has written a book for anyone going through medical treatment for cancer. It outlines which natural therapies are helpful in reducing the side effects of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and hormone therapy.
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