In natural medicine, client-centric care is important to establish all reasons why the condition has developed and continues to exist – these may include social, emotional, physiological, or psychological factors.
While it is commonly known that food can either harm or heal, tailoring your food choices to suit health challenges & environmental interactions can truly provide personalised nutrition, optimising wellbeing in ways you never thought possible.
Adaptogenics are a class of herbs that help the body respond to stress, and increase physical and mental performance. They do this by acting on the adrenals directly or the hypothalamus.
When it comes to digestive health, understanding the importance of the bacteria that live in our gut and their subsequent contribution to wellbeing is vital.
Feeling tired? Having difficulty losing weight? You’re not alone. It’s become such a common problem that almost of all us can relate. Find out how to beat fatigue and regain your energy naturally.
The various links between stress and mood are well documented – but where chronic stress and low mood are present, sleep deprivation is likely to exist as well. The reverse is also true; sleep disturbances are strongly related to increased cortisol levels and the development or exacerbation of mood disorders.
Our world is increasingly full of chemicals and environmental pollutants that act as metabolic disruptors. Mental health, gut & liver function, immunity, even fertility are affected by these ubiquitous substances.
Alcohol, medications, poor diet and environmental toxins can seriously affect liver function. Find out how to reduce toxic load and support a happy, health liver!
The further we recede from our origins and connection with the natural world, the more our mental and physical health suffer.
Stress forces us to adapt, to improve and bring about positive change. But long-term stress is damaging and can potentially cause huge metabolic damage.