Stress forces us to adapt, to improve and bring about positive change. But long-term stress is damaging and can potentially cause huge metabolic damage.
The analysis of the iris can provides valuable information regarding overall constitution, hereditary traits, past disease states, presence of toxins, lymphatic circulation, nutritional requirements or imbalances, status of the nervous system and the health of the bowel.
Our digestive tract is the main site of digestion/absorption of all nutrients the human body requires for survival.Observing the digestive system from this angle helps us to understand how important a well-functioning, efficient, healthy gut is to the wellbeing of the rest of the body.
Spring is the season of new beginnings, and there's no better time to think about how you'd like your future to look. How would you like to restore balance to your health, home and wellbeing?
Natural medicine provides a gentle, yet effective method to tackle allergies and reduce unpleasant symptoms.
Nowadays, Western society is largely overfed and undernourished. We are heavier and more unhealthy than ever. Why? Our relationship with food.
It's true that our bodies are fragile and can break - but if they are nourished correctly, they can heal themselves.
I see evidence of nutrient deficiencies all the time. Most people don't even know they have them. "But I eat well!" people tell me. So how do these deficiencies come about? Let’s face it, food isn't what it used to be. Commercial farming practices, including the use of pesticides and herbicides, rob fresh food of …
Probiotics are one of the most commonly prescribed natural treatments for digestive dysfunction. They come in many varieties, but what's the theory behind their efficacy and how do they work to promote a healthier gut? Gut bacteria are an organ unto themselves There are over 10 trillion organisms that populate the gut, weighing between …
The gut & enteric nervous system function as a sensory organ which digest & absorb nutrients, but in doing so, they gain information from the food we eat. This information is then used by the body to regulate genetic expression.