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Merran Lusher

Stress is a natural part of life and it affects us all in different ways. With all that’s happening in the world right now, socially, politically, economically and environmentally - many of us are feeling the pressure! But fear not. Help is at hand. There are an abundance of natural remedies we can use to mitigate stress from... [read more]

Merran Lusher

Over the last 30 years, the drive towards convenience foods to support our busy, working lives has sky rocketed and with that – sugar cravings, and the evolution, or should I say devolution of our taste buds. The advance in technology and demands of our modern age have had a massive impact on our diet, lifestyle and subsequent physical,... [read more]

Areti Grigoriou

Do you feel exhausted? Check your adrenals. What is the adrenal fatigue? Adrenal exhaustion can develop after lengthy periods of intense physical or emotional stress when chronic overstimulation of the glands leave them unable to meet your body's needs. Adrenal fatigue is one of the most common hormonal health disorders that we see as naturopathic specialists in hormone health.,... [read more]

Linda Burke

The T H I N K Protocol: Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Cognitive Decline are preventable and reversible. Personalized Detoxification, Diet and Lifestyle Plan helping to beat Cognitive Decline. (based on the research of  Dr. Dale Breslin.) If you fear your mental powers are slipping and suspect you may be developing Alzheimer's disease, or even if you have been... [read more]

Adam Przygoda

Thyroid Disorders - holistic approach

Posted by Adam Przygoda 2488 Days Ago

Hypothyroidism I have had quite a few requests with regards to thyroid problems and therefore decided to share some information about Thyroid disorders in general starting from hypothyroidism.  I believe that a holistic approach is the best solution agreeing in that with what dr. Brwonstein and prof. Lustig.   What is hypothyroidism? In simple terms, it is a situation in... [read more]

Gillian Day

1. Make some space - Take 15 minutes per day and do something nice for yourself; read something you love, take a walk, phone or Skype an old friend (texting and whatsapp are not the same!), or soak in a warm bath (for a deep relaxation and detoxification epsom salt bath – click here). If you are... [read more]