The unexpected connection between gut health and hormones.
5 cold weather hacks to beat the winter sniffles.
Any holistic practitioner will tell you that the human body does not operate like a mechanical device. It is far more complex; connected and complete only when all body systems function in synchronisation. Research suggests that examining hormones from the standpoint of excess or lack may be too simplistic. As a result, researchers are now […]
How negative relationships with food are damaging our health.
Winter is an assault on the immune system, but fortunately there are plenty of ways to naturally support your immunity and keep you well!
Microbiome & mood disorders: The link between gut health & mental wellbeing
Negative relationships and associations about food are responsible for a substantial amount of disease burden in Australia (including obesity and eating disorders) and are fueled by confusing messaging and misinformation that comes from a variety of sources.
Finding the cause of fatigue.
Many people suffering from mood disorders also suffer from gut disturbances. Digestive processes can be altered by stress and emotional states, causing symptoms such as bloating, pain, cramping, constipation, diarrhoea and nausea.
Wholefood nutrition and pregnancy
Feeling tired all the time? Having trouble sleeping, or suffering from mid-morning or afternoon energy slumps? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, you are likely to be suffering from fatigue. Causes of fatigue The causes of fatigue are many and varied. They may include: Mental, emotional or physical stress Low iron […]
Neuroinflammation: The causes, treatment and how it contributes to depression.
Nutrition is even more important during pregnancy, both for you and your baby. Many nutrients are needed to fuel growth and development, while supporting maternal nutrient stores needed for breastfeeding.
Heal your body and change your life with natural medicine.
Neuroinflammation is defined as inflammation of the brain and central nervous system, and it may be responsible for a large part of global mental health burden. It is the brain’s response to disrupted homeostasis, or equilibrium.
Personalised nutrition – the science behind nutrigenomics
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.
7 things you can do right now to improve your gut health
If your body could talk, what would it tell you that you should be eating? Well, science has come up with a way to help you decipher just that. Nutrigenomics is the science of discovering how the food we eat interacts with our genes.
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.