Acne

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Acne vulgaris is an inflammatory disease of the skin that affects those areas containing the largest sebaceous glands, including the nose, central forehead, cheeks, middle chin, back, and trunk. Acne is characterised by small cystic eruptions and inflammatory lesions that … Read More

Osteoporosis

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In 2008, an estimated 692,000 Australians were diagnosed with this condition and, as osteoporosis is known to be under diagnosed, these numbers are almost certainly an underestimation. Osteoporosis is a condition where decreased bone mass leads to fragile bones, which … Read More

Stress

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Clinical studies consistently confirm a connection between chronic elevated stress and a poor diet.  It is a reasonable assumption that the majority of us are living with chronic stress. Underlying tension is so much a part of contemporary life that … Read More

Smoothie deliciousness

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   Delicious and Nutritious Smoothies are an easily absorbed, convenient and popular way to supplement nutritional needs – particularly for busy adults, fast growing adolescents and young children – ideally, involve the children in the making of their own smoothie, … Read More

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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The accurate identification of the most problematic foods via functional pathology testing will often provide valuable symptom relief and allow for much more effective treatment outcomes Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a functional bowel disorder of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. … Read More

Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis

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‘…..a highly accurate and clinically informative functional pathology test, which provides an overview of digestion, absorption, intestinal function and microbial flora’.     The long-standing focus of natural therapists with gut health, bowel function and nature of faeces has been … Read More

Osteoarthritis

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‘…..A healthy, non-inflammatory aggravating diet is a valuable way to optimise wellbeing…’     Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of inflammatory joint disorders, characterised by a breakdown of the protective cartliidge which surrounds joints, progressively leading to a … Read More

Chia Seed Crackers

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  Delicious, nutritious, low glycaemic, gluten free crackers – perfect for dips, etc       Chia” is the ancient Mayan word for strength and was a prized food for this ancient civilisation. The tiny seeds, which were valued for … Read More

Metabolic Syndrome

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    Insulin resistance is fixable, and will result in enormous short and long-term health benefits – make some better choices – NOW!     First identified in 1988 by researchers at Stanford University, ‘Syndrome X’ (SX), also called ‘Metabolic … Read More

Time for Tea

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    Research is showing that L-Theanine is effective in improving anxiety, insomnia, poor concentration and memory loss.     It is likely that the Japanese have been drinking Green Tea for over 5000 years.   According to Eisai, who brought … Read More

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