Dr Michael Elstein explains the importance of the thyroid, how we should care for it and what signs of distress we should look out for.
This book explains the difference between allopathy (medical model) and wellness. One is proactive and holistic and the other is reactive and mechanistic in its approach. We need both, but knowing when and how your body works to heal, when you give it the right environment, is key.
Throughout health history, we’ve been taught there’s a pill for every ill, but the power to be well lies in you. Reclaim your power to heal because you are the healer and the practitioner is the catalyst.
Every woman will go through menopause at some point in her life, but new research shows that a huge 80 per cent of Australians don’t know what menopause is. Integrative healthcare brand Flordis is on a mission to break the taboo, educate the public and encourage women to embrace this pivotal time in their lives.
Is it possible to reverse your body clock through a healthier diet? We take a look at what reverse ageing is and how to eat your way to a younger you!
Do you suffer from painful joints and osteoarthritis? We take a look at one patient’s arthritis journey and the best natural remedies. During the lockdowns, a 70-year-old woman rang me for a consultation. She had been generally quite healthy for many years and used to walk regularly, enjoying lengthy bush walks frequently. But in the […]
What emotions do you feel when out in nature? Can a positive attitude play a role in healthy ageing? All this and more in the latest life lines.
A naturopath-approved beauty guide to ageing gracefully through healthy habits, nourishing foods and a few smart tricks for a firm and fresh complexion.
NAD+ sits at the epicentre of energy production, DNA repair and the restriction of free radicals. Boosting it could be the key to living a longer life.
The beauty of fasting is the ability to fast is conserved in our DNA. Before we became civilised by inventing foods that are impregnated with fat and sugar, we had to endure long periods of starvation, which elicited the genetic survival mechanisms that made us more resilient and resistant to the development of diseases.
We live in a busy and fast-paced world and are juggling far more day-to-day than ever before. Supporting your nervous system is therefore fundamental for vibrant health, happiness and longevity.
The more protein you ingest, especially that which is animal-based, the more you turn on an ageing- and disease-stimulating compound called mTOR.
If we have a need to show our best selves to the universe, could this drive be linked to the age-old quest for immortality and actually be doing us more good than harm?
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