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Tips To Stay Motivated

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We often have big plans when the New Year comes around. Make resolutions, aspire to goals. Some we’ve tried to achieve before, while others are brand new. Often we go hard to start with and then very quickly loose our way. So how is it we can stay on track and achieve what our heart...

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Easy Banana Berry Muffin Recipe

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Yummy recipe - easily converted to a Gluten, Dairy and Soy Free snack! Ingredients 2 ½ cups self-raising flour ¾ cup milk 1 egg, lightly beaten 1 cup macadamia oil ¼ cup brown sugar (or Xylitol for sugar free or you can just omit altogether) 1-2 over ripe bananas - mashed 1 teaspoon vanilla extract...

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Women’s Hormones and Naturopathy

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Do you have a nagging feeling something just isn’t right with your body? Did you know many women who come into our clinic feel like that? Naturopathy can help with many women’s health concerns. How to balance your hormones naturally using a Naturopath Tired, exhausted, moody, difficulty losing weight, changes in temperature sensitivity, brain fog,...

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Spiced Christmas Cookies – Gluten, Dairy & Soy Free

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Spiced Christmas Cookies Ingredients: 1 ¼ cups Gluten free flour mix (we used Orgran brand) ¼ cup polenta (fine) 2 tbs pure cocoa powder 1/3 cup brown sugar 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp mixed spice ½ tsp ground ginger ½ tsp ground cloves ¼ tsp bicarb soda 40g butter (for dairy free we used nuttlex)...

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Iridology: Shedding Light on Your Body’s State of Health

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We have often heard that the eyes are "the windows to the soul".  But for Iridologists, the eyes are the windows to the body's state of health.  You may not be aware of it, but your eyes can reveal past medical problems, current health conditions and potential health risks through a form of Naturopathic testing...

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Digestive Disorders and What You Need to Know about Your Digestive Health

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Digestive disorders are more common than you think.  In fact, according to The Gut Foundation Australia, half the population complain of a digestive problem in any 12-month period.  And what's alarming is that the number of people acquiring different types of digestive disorders is rising. Your digestive health demands your attention   Many people feel...

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Remedial Massage: More Than Just Rest and Relaxation

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It’s finally the weekend.  The long week at work is over and you’re looking for some rest and relaxation.  For many of us, the answer to our sore muscles and tired minds is a massage.  But did you know that there are more benefits to a massage that goes beyond rest and relaxation? What is...

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Osteopathy: Taking Care of Your Body in a Holistic Way

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Do you frequently have headaches?  Is your lower back pain or knee pain preventing you from doing sports or other activities that you enjoy?  Or do you have body pain that just won’t go away?  Osteopathy can help. What is Osteopathy? Osteopathy recognises that all the different parts of our body - skeleton, joints, muscles,...

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About Osteopath Paul Turner

In Natural Medicinces, Practitioner News, Practitioner of the Month, Treatments, What’s new in alternative therapies by 0 Comments

Our Osteopath at Ferny Creek Paul Turner has written a little about himself, and we would love to share this with you! "I seem to feel the most inspired and passionate when I am teaching (sharing information) about health, self- awareness and assessment (running workshops etc) and also when, in treatment, very interesting and wonderful...

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What You Need to Know about Lichen Sclerosus

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Lichen sclerosus (pronounced as like-en skler-oh-sus) is a chronic skin disorder that mostly affects the genital and anus areas.  Sometimes, it may also affect the upper body, breasts and arms.  Those that have lichen sclerosus have patches on their skin that are white, thick and crinkly.  These patches can be itchy, painful and cause long-term...

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