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Adrenal Fatigue

Building Resilience For Optimal Mental Health

How would you describes your average day? Busy but fun? Productive and joyful? Or stressful and feeling like you are never achieving much? Are you reacting to ever mad driver cutting you off or running into difficult situations at every turn? The difference between being resilient and no is about adaptation to constant challenges and being able to let the

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Functional Hormone Testing
Female Hormones

Oestrogen and Functional Testing

Out of all the hormones, most of us have heard of Oestrogen (US spelling estrogen). Today I will shed a little light on the different types of Oestrogen. Our bodies make three different forms oestrogens: Oestrone (E1) Oestradiol (E2) Oestriol (E3) Oestrone (E1) is usually considered an “unhealthy” oestrogen.  It is still bio-identical, but you do not want an excess

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Identifying the Causes of Inflammation
Autoimmunity

Identifying the Causes of Inflammation

Two of the most common complaints that patients approach doctors for are pain and inflammation. When pain and inflammation won’t go away, it starts impacting the patient’s quality of life. Consequently, patients can become quite desperate for immediate relief and adding a natural approach can magnify positive outcomes. In natural medicine, the holistic approach would be to provide symptomatic relief

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Maximising Men's Fertility
Detoxification

Maximising Men’s Fertility

When trying to conceive, couples tend to focus only on the woman’s health, overlooking the man’s. When the man’s health is below optimal state, it has a negative impact on the whole fertility. Poor diet, and poor lifestyle choices both change the genes that get passed on. This may have lasting damaging effects on the offspring’s health. Not only will

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Resolving Inflammation to Overcome Chronic Disease
Anxiety

Resolving Inflammation to Overcome Chronic Disease

Chronic disease cases have been on a rise recently. In fact, half of the Australian population is diagnosed with one. In other countries, it has reached epidemic levels. Chronic inflammatory diseases can occur throughout the body, affecting most of its systems. Asthma, allergies, obesity, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, ulcerative colitis

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Do you have inflammation?
Adrenal Fatigue

Do you have Inflammation?

Have you had a splinter or a cut before? How about a sprained ankle? Do you remember the affected site to have gotten red, hot, and swollen? Your body does this so that the immune system can take action and send fighters to help ease the injury and fight any pathogen that might have gotten inside the body before it

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