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Dry Skin Brushing – Easy Detoxing

  The skin is the largest and most important elimination organ in the body and is responsible for 1/4 of the body’s detoxification each day . Benefits of dry skin brushing Dry skin brushing stimulates the lymphatic system, liver and adrenal glands, and assists these...

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MTHFR – Do you even need activated B’s?

The MTHFR ride is in true swing!! Weeeeeee!!!!   Supplement companies are offering practitioners seminars and bringing out supplements left right and center; there are websites springing up everywhere; there are MTHFR facebook groups till the cows come home; multiple...

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Turmeric Late – Anti-inflammatory built in your kitchen

The recipe below is a simple, CHEAP, and tasty way to get some of this amazing herb into your body.  It keeps for ages in the fridge, so make extra large batches so its easy to reheat each day.   Golden Milk ▪       2 cups of nut milk or coconut milk ▪       1 big...

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Excess Estrogen – What can you do to keep it at bay?

Dietary and environmental exposures can influence estrogen levels in the body   Dietary Recommendations Choose organic foods whenever possible.  Many pesticides have been found to stimulate estrogen receptors. A diet low in saturated fats and high in EFAs (Omega 3)...

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DIY Natural Cleaning Recipes

  Dishwashing Liquid Juice from 3 lemons 1 ½ cups of water 1 cup of salt 1 cup of vinegar Mix and boil for 10mins while stirring, until liquid thickens. Pour into glass container while still warm   Glass Cleaner ¼ cup white vinegar 1 tbsn cornstarch 1ltr water Add to...

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Calcium Supplements – You’re barking up the Wrong Tree

  It's not uncommon for people to be supplementing with large doses of calcium, based on seemingly low calcium levels in blood work.   But what does low Calcium really mean?   Pathology testing can reveal quite a lot of information about a person’s biochemistry, but...

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Crazy Crackers

Good health is often a collaboration between myself and my patients.  I offer them advice all the time, but it takes a mutual effort to really get results. So when patients bring in things for me to read, or recipes to make, i really like to offer  the same respect....

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Mouth Breathing & Nervous System Activation

"The mouth is for eating, the nose is for breathing"   The autonomic nervous system includes the Sympathetic Nervous System (SNS), and Parasympathetic Nervous System (PNS).  The sympathetic component controls the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to virtually every...

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Water Kefir

Water Kefir - Nature's Probiotic   Water Kefir is an amazing home made probiotic that tastes a bit like soft drink; it’s fizzy but no where near as sweet… and it’s GOOD for you! Many of the kefir grains claim to contain 33 different strains of Probiotic bacteria, but...

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Coffee Enemas

Coffee Enemas are Nothing New Enemas have been used for detoxification purposes for over 2000 years, but coffee made its appearance during the 1st World War, where it was used in hospitals to relieve pain for injured soldiers.   Benefits Coffee enemas increase the...

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Chia Pudding Recipe

Chia Pudding Recipe Chia pudding is a great breakfast for those trying to avoid gluten and grains, but still like the feel of sitting down for a bowl full of something for breakfast. Chia seeds have huge nutritional benfits, which include providing high amounts of...

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BIOLOGY OF BELIEF

This is well worth watching. Bruce Lipton is the grandfather of epigenetics in my opinion. And he's a really entertaining presenter.

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VEGGIE WALNUT “COUS COUS” with LEMON-BASIL CREAM

Walnut Cous Cous Ingredients 3 cups walnuts 2 Tbsn nutritional yeast 2 Tbsn olive oil Salt & pepper to taste   Lemon-Basil Cream Ingredients 3/4 cup cashews, soaked overnight 2 Tbsn fresh lemon juice 1/4 cup water (don't use the cashew soaking water) 1/2 cup fresh...

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VITAMIN B2 – RIBOFLAVIN

Riboflavin Riboflavin is one of the eight B-group vitamins that are responsible for converting glucose into energy.  It’s also involved in fat and protein metabolism.  All of the B vitamins are water soluble, which means the body doesn’t store them, but instead...

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GLUTEN, GRAIN & YEAST FREE BREAD

  Ingredients Almond meal - 1 cup Chia seeds - 2 tbsn Water - 30ml Arrowroot (sifted) - 3/4 cup (can also use Tapioca) Bicarb soda (sifted)- 1 tbsn Apple cider vinegar - 2 tbsn Eggs - 3 A good pinch of salt   Method Preheat oven to 175C Soak chia seeds in the water...

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THYROID TESTING

Recommended TSH levels by most labs are quite misleading. They advise that levels between 0.5-4.0mIU/L are considered acceptable.  Research shows that TSH levels greater than 2.5mIU/L are predictive of evolution to hypothyroidism, and an increase in TPO...

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UNIQUE PROTEIN SUPPLEMENT

A unique protein supplement was just released which is specifically designed for pregnant and breast feeding mums who have trouble achieving good nutrition, or who need a hand maintaining their health. The only one of its kind. I was lucky enough to be involved in...

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COCONUT YOGURT RECIPE

Here's the coconut yoghurt recipe I've been playing around with lately.... It has more of a sour taste like greek natural yoghurt. Experiment by adding blueberries and strawberries to it to suit your personal tastes. INGREDIENTS 3 tins of coconut milk 1 tsn agar agar...

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