Cardiovascular Health


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In my clinic, I estimate that around 90% of patients who come to see me list ‘weight loss’ as one of their key areas they are needing support with.  And while there are more than a few weight-loss strategies around (all promising miraculous results), the reality is that most of […]

Why Balancing Your Metabolism Just Makes Sense…



When it comes to working out what we should (or shouldn’t) be eating for optimal health and weight management, the task can seem overwhelming.  There are a million different diets and plans out there – all promising the world, but not always delivering. With all this ‘noise’ around nutrition, finding […]

Nutritional Analysis: Insight Into Your Food & Health



One of the best things about being a natural healthcare practitioner is working with my long-term patients.  This is one of the perks of my job, and I always get excited when I see certain familiar names come up in my calendar.   Don’t get me wrong – I also […]

Why The Long Game Is The One That Matters


Having our blood pressure checked (whether this is performed by a healthcare practitioner or you are monitoring your readings at home) is something most of us are familiar with.  And we know that it is not great to suffer from hypertension, or high blood pressure.  Continuously high blood pressure puts […]

Hypertension – Managing High Blood Pressure, Naturally


Omega 3's fatty acids have a vital role to play in our bodies.   These are what is known as 'essential fatty acids' meaning that we need to obtain them from our food.  The most well-known Omega-3's have the tongue-twisting names of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).  These […]

Are You Getting Enough Omega-3’s?



For the past 50 years, we have heard much of the evils of having high cholesterol.  At some point most people would have had their levels checked by their doctor, would be aware that we have ‘good’ cholesterol and ‘bad’ cholesterol, and that getting these numbers right on that test […]

Cholesterol – A Natural Approach


** National Diabetes Week 10th-16th July 2016 **   By the year 2031, it is estimated that 3.3 million Australians will be living with diabetes*. There are 2 different types of diabetes, and most of us are familiar with the basics:   Type 1 diabetes is also known as ‘juvenile […]

National Diabetes Week July 2016


Think eggs are bad for your cholesterol levels? Actually, no. Eggs have been vindicated! A recent study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition compared the effects of a high intake of eggs (one group of people ate 2 eggs per day, 6 days a week) and a low-egg diet […]

Eggs & Cholesterol