We can help with a range of issues if conventional medicine isn’t working for you. There’s lots you can do yourself, too.
Here are some of our blog posts on managing asthma:
Soluble fibre for asthma (Posted March 2017) Research from Newcastle Uni NSW on asthma, gut health and inflammation
Here are some of our blog posts on blood pressure and hypertension:
Hypertension research review (Posted December 2013) New information on when medication is necessary.
Here are some of our blog posts on bronchitis:
Beware the overuse of antibiotics in treating bronchitis. (Posted February 2016)
Here are some blog posts on managing/preventing dementia:
5 easy ways to minimise dementia in over 70s. (Posted April 2017)
Depression and Anxiety
Here are some of our blog posts with advice and ideas around anxiety and depression:
Nutritional treatments for the ‘black dog’ of depression (Posted September 2014) References the latest research on nutrition being undertaken in Australia.
Anxiety or depression refusing to shift? (Posted June 16th 2015) Further nutritional information about B group vitamins and the impact of the MTHFR gene.
Good bugs to help tackle sadness (Posted August 2015) What do probiotics have to do with sadness? Recent research findings.
Folic acid and depression – we’re complex systems! (Posted November 2015) Unexpected side effects of post-cancer regimes.
Our blog posts on food sensitivities include:
Talk about having a gut full – Nexium for children? (Posted February 2015). Understanding food sensitivities.
Our blog posts on gut health include:
Get more of the good bugs (Posted November 2014) Suggestions for improving gut health (and your health) naturally.
Talk about having a gut full – Nexium for children? (Posted February 2015). Strategies for managing reflux.
Here are some of our blog posts with advice and ideas around menopause:
Menopausal madness?? (Posted October 2014) on diet, stress management and hidden risks.
Some of our blog posts on women’s health issues include:
Women, ageing and the contraceptive pill (Posted November 2015) Unexpected developing side effects of “the pill”.