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Why Is A Japanese Diet Good For your Heart?

Studies spanning decades investigate several Japanese staple foods as being potentially responsible for lower cases of CVD in Japan when compared with CVD in other countries such as Australia

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The Macrobiotic Diet: A Holistic Wellness Solution

The Japanese macrobiotic diet has a fascinating history that dates back several centuries. Its roots can be traced to the teachings of George Ohsawa, a Japanese philosopher, who believed that food plays a critical role in achieving physical and spiritual balance.

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Eczema Relief With Natural Medicine

Did you know that eczema is not just a surface issue? In fact, it goes beyond the skin and can indicate a deeper imbalance within your body. Eczema can be a clear sign of an overactive immune system and even point towards poor gut health. 

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Why Am I Tired All The Time?

It is ok to be fatigued for a day or two but if it is constant, there is something more going on. What is the reason you are tired all the time?

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Recommended Daily Intake vs Therapeutic Dosages

When you look on any nutritional label for a food product, you see a reference for a RDI which is also known as the Recommended Daily Intake. But is this enough?

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A Naturopath's Life : From Dawn till Dusk Routine

The naturopath's day starts with a harmonious symphony of self-care, patient care, and continuous learning. As the first rays of the sun grace the horizon, a naturopath starts the day by nurturing their own well-being before a patient's.

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Outsmart Glandular Fever Naturally: Unconventional Strategies for a Full Recovery

While medications and rest play a crucial role to overcome glandular fever, incorporating unconventional strategies can support a full recovery. Prioritising a nutrient-rich diet is essential to boost the immune system and help the body combat the virus. Including foods high in vitamins C, E, and B-complex, as well as zinc and omega-3 fatty acids

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Is Your House Making You Sick?

Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) refers to a condition in which occupants of a building experience a range of symptoms and discomfort that are associated with spending time in that particular environment. These symptoms, which can vary in severity, include headaches, fatigue, respiratory issues, eye irritation, dizziness, and even difficulty concentrating.

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Finally, Escape the UTI Struggle: Solving Difficult UTIs

A difficult urinary tract infection can be a distressing and challenging experience for both men and women. This type of infection occurs when bacteria enter the urethra and multiply, causing irritation and inflammation in the urinary tract. What makes it particularly challenging is that it often recurs despite treatment, leaving individuals feeling frustrated and desperate for relief.

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