Holistic Health Care Facts and Statistics

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The World Health Organization estimates 65 - 80 percent of the population use holistic naturopathic medicine as a primary form of health care.   The Baby boomers-those born 1946 through 1964-are the largest population to require health care than ever before. Medical practitioners and pharmaceutical companies are focusing on what pills, potions or surgeries the...

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Fibre in fruit juices is good for diabetes

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  It is a frequent misconception that eating fruit is bad for you as it boosts blood sugar, but whole fruit with all its fibre does not do this! And as this article suggests can break down seeds so you get even more fibre and nutrients.     Published in Herald Sun 11/10/17  

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Autumn – A Chinese Medicine Perspective

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Autumn is the time to harvest and gather energy for the colder months ahead.   Autumn is a time to nurture and support our organs, fluid and blood, as the yin energy of autumn pushes the body energy in and down.  The two organs associated with Autumn are the Lung and Large Intestine. The Lungs...

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SPINAL CARE – BACK, NECK AND OTHER BODY PAIN

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At the Natural Healing Centre we specialise in handling pain with spinal care using a number of different modalities.  We do a range of techniques for back pain and disease such as arthritis, inflammation, muscle spasm, pinched nerves of the spine and joints, to help restore structural integrity of the body.  We also assist with migraines,...

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Managing Children’s Behaviour Naturally

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Tantrums and meltdowns are all very normal for a young growing child. However, when meltdowns turn into aggression, or tantrums happen daily , then nutritional and herbal support together with behaviour management may be helpful. These may help the child cope with daily stress, ease emotional tension, learn essential social skills and provide some much...

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Keeping your Kids Healthy and Happy with Osteopathy

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A child's health and well being can benefit from Osteopathy.  Infants, children and teenagers generally have plenty of energy and enthusiasm for life, bouncing back from colds, flues, accidents and other life stresses, usually quite well provided their inner health is well, their posture is balanced and habit patterns and technique with other life and...

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Natural Medicine can help with Food and Environmental Intolerances

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  There are so many different food and environmental intolerances and sensitivities that affect us these days. Hopefully you are one of the lucky ones and you are not affected by any of them! But how much do you know about these and what it means for the people living with them? We think it’s...

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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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July Practitioner of the Month: Andrew Moulton – Questionnaire

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Our Practitioner of the Month Andrew Moulton has answered our monthly Questionnaire! Here's an opportunity for you to get to know Andrew a little more!     What do you do to spoil yourself? Go for a swim in the ocean - Yes even in winter!! What do you like to do in your spare...

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May Practitioner of the Month Questionnaire

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Sam Horton is our Practitioner of the Month. Here are Sam's answer's to our questionnaire! What do you do to spoil yourself? Go out for dinner for Indian or Nepalese. What do you like to do in your spare time? I like to exercise. Lifting weights, kettlebells, or going for a run on a trail...

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