Fermented foods are “hot” health topics these days, and tempeh is an excellent example as well as being a great source of protein.
Hemp seeds do not contain hallucinogenic THC but they do contain a rich array of nutrients that make them a powerful healing food.
Also known as “wolfberries”, goji berries originated in China, Tibet and Nepal where they have been used for over 2000 years as a major rejuvenating and anti-ageing tonic.
WellBeing’s resident holistic practitioner details one patient’s struggle with heartburn and how she treated the condition naturally.
Eating two kiwifruit per day is showing positive health benefits for many of the conditions that affect us today.
Tribulus has also been shown to increases libido in women, particularly in postmenopausal women, indicating an increase in testosterone levels, and to reduce the severity of the symptoms of menopause.
We explore the healing powers of fennel for digestion, alleviating menopausal symptoms and improving respiratory function.
Our resident holistic health expert explores one patient’s battle with insomnia and a natural approach to insomnia treatment.
A favoured Ayurvedic medicine, today research is showing the wide-ranging therapeutic potential of gotu kola, from supporting memory to reducing risk of blood clots.
This traditional fermented Korean food made from wombok has a wide array of health benefits.
Resveratrol is a substance naturally found in plants that has a variety of health benefits when taken as a supplement by humans.
Our resident holistic health expert Dr Karen Bridgman explores one patient’s diagnosis of skin cancer from diagnosis to treatment.
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