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Natural solutions for worried kids and anxious teens

By Corrin Ainley Naturopath ND, Nutritionist, Body Talk PractitionerAs a parent it can be heartbreaking to see your child or teen struggling with anxiety.  In this article I share some effective and natural treatment options.Did you know?Teenagers and young adults are facing an epidemic of anxiety. From bullying to exam pressure, children can feel anxious […]

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Qi, Blood, Yin, Yang and winter warming in menstrual health and fertility.

By Rebecca Tanner Naturopath ND, Midwife, Acupuncurist, Natural Fertility SpecialistThe Chinese medicine concepts of Qi blood, yin and yang are really helpful to understanding hormones, menstrual cycles and for identifying the root of fertility issues. Ideally your menstrual cycle should be 28-30 days in length with good mid cycle fertile mucus, very little pain or discomfort or […]

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Immune Enhancing Tea

By Mike Reid Naturopath ND, Acupuncturist, Live Blood AnalysisAll true teas come from the plant Camellia sinensis. In Chinese medicine they are classified as bitter in flavour and cool in nature.There are six varieties of tea; White, Green, Yellow, Oolong, Red and Black which all have different concentrations of caffeine. Correspondingly, White has the least caffeine […]

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How can Bicom bioresonance therapy assist to improve overall health and thus the immune system in particular?

By Colaudia WarnerNaturopath ND, Bicom Bioresonance TherapistWith the colder months upon us it is particularly important to make sure we support our immune system. To do this a varied, mainly plant based and preferably organic diet is essential, and we are very lucky here with the sheer endless variety and freshness of available produce. A […]

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What can we do NOW to make our immune systems more resilient?

By Corrin Ainley Naturopath ND, Nutritionist, Body Talk Practitioner​While we don’t yet know everything about COVID-19, we do know that nutrition plays a major role in influencing our immune defenses and susceptibility to infectious diseases.​Although I’m a very optimistic person, there have been times where I felt stressed and frustrated. The good news is, most of […]

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Bone Broth

A.M. CLEANSE :  Benefits: Cleanse, Detoxify, Boost Immune System The perfect zesty start to your day and all natural flu killer for when you’re feeling under the weather. A.M CLEANSE kills two birds with one stone combining all the benefits of Bone Broth with traditional alkalising and immune boosting superfoods – lemon, ginger, organic apple […]

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Kids, ADHD and Food Intolerances

By Corrin Ainley Naturopath ND, Nutritionist, Body Talk PractitionerAbout me… ‘As a Qualified Nutritionist and Naturopath specialising in children’s health for over 6 years, it has been rewarding and exciting to see children flourish at school, build friendships and have better health. It’s a true pleasure to support parents and see the positive changes it […]

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Roast Vegetable & Buckwheat Salad

​PREP TIME : 10 min       COOK TIME : 35 min      SERVES : 4ENERGY : 1948kj   FAT TOTAL : 21g    SATURATED FAT : 5g    FIBRE : 11g    PROTEIN : 18g   CARBS (total) : 52gAll nutrition values are per serve2 bunches baby rainbow carrots, trimmed, scrubbed2 red capsicums, coarsely chopped1 red onion, cut into wedges2 tablespoons Extra […]

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5 Ways You Might Upset Your Microbiome And What To Do About It

​By Metagenics Technical TeamMicrobiome 101‘Microbiome’ is a hot topic right now for anyone interested in health; but you may be wondering what exactly it is?    You’ve potentially heard about the good bacteria living within your digestive system, and may have even thought about taking a probiotic to support them. Well it’s this internal community – […]

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Back To School: Natural Solutions To Improve Focus And Attention

By Corrin Ainley Naturopath ND, Nutritionist, Body Talk PractitionerNow it’s back to school many children are still struggling to focus and stay on task in class. This can impact a child’s school experience, the family home and their confidence.As a parent it can be difficult knowing what to do, and if there’s a natural alternative […]

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From The Inside – Out

​By Maria MinielloJin Shin Jyutsu PractitionerEnergy is constantly spiraling through all of the layers in the body. Spiraling in and down from the outside-in, and then spiraling back up and out again from the inside-out.Energy never tires but we can impact that smooth transition with our daily lifestyle choices, which will impact on our core, […]

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Plantar Fasciitis is such a pain in the ‘Foot’!

By Jo BlomquistBowen TherapistThis condition can be extremely limiting and debilitating affecting your ability to participate in daily activities and if persistent, can lead to you feeling quite despondent and sad about the whole situation.If you have experienced or are experiencing this problem, you will be nodding your heads in agreement, and for those of […]

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Ready, Set, Tired…

​By Kim Scott NDNaturopath, Nutritionist, Western HerbalistAre you exhausted?Here’s how to stop feeling exhausted – the natural way.Exhaustion and lack of energy have three defining characteristics:1. Feelings of excessive fatigue and lack of energy2. Increasing irritability3. Feeling low in motivation, or ‘flat’Energy levels can fluctuate at the best of times – when we are exhausted […]

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Are You An Emotional Eater?

By Corrin Ainley Naturopath ND, Nutritionist, Body Talk PractitionerEver noticed how your mood directs your food. Sometimes we find ourselves feeding our feelings rather than our bodies. Both psychological and physiological factors affect what we choose to put in our bodies, and dictate the relationship we have between food and emotions.The link between food and […]

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Acupuncture Vs Dry Needling by Mike Reid Naturopath ND, MSc Acupuncture

​Many of my clients who are new to acupuncture ask me if there is any difference between acupuncture and dry needling.Traditional Chinese Acupuncture is best known for pain management from registered acupuncturists. Moreover, as acupuncture is within the body of Chinese medicine it is internal medicine in nature and can treat a wide variety of […]

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Ketogenic Diets: Learn the basics by Corrin Ainley Naturopath ND, Nutritionist

Following my last article on how to choose the right diet, this month I’m discussing the Ketogenic approach. This low carbohydrate, high fat diet puts your body into a metabolic state called Ketosis, and when this happens your body becomes incredibly efficient at burning fat for energy.Scientists have found Ketosis to be effective in the treatment […]

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