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As society still attaches a certain stigma to STI’s, it remains a taboo topic for many. But as a Practitioner I feel the need to empower people with information and encourage a proactive approach to health.


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Our top 5 blog posts of all time: 1. What your skin, hair and nails can tell you about your health. 2.Crying baby ? Treat colic in your newborn 3.Miracle magnesium – why so important? 4.Women’s health – PMS to menopause 5.Understanding chronic inflammation


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Curcuminoids 2

Curcuminoids are natural phenols found within the spice turmeric. Research shows that these phytocompounds demonstrate the ability to treat certain diseases including triple negative breast cancer, and reduce heart attack after coronary artery bypass surgery.
Curcuminoids also show cardio-protective effects, such as limiting myocardial infarction after coronary bypass surgery. Researchers believe that this cardioprotective effect is due to the ability of the curcuminoids to decrease proinflammatory cytokines during bypass surgery.


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postpartum_blues

Post Natal depression (PND) is an acute depressive illness which can occur in the period between one and twelve months following the birth of a baby. It is estimated that around 16% of mothers can be affected. Post Natal Depression is often described as being mild, moderate or severe.


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Yin Yang

Naturopathy, herbal medicine and other traditional forms of healing have traditional roots in the treatment of female reproductive disorders, which was often the realm of ‘wise women’ who often employed various herbal medicines to treat common reproductive system conditions and to aid healthy childbirth.


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pregnant_woman_holding_sprout

Pregnancy lends itself to natural treatment for a number of reasons. Although not a disease state (though unfortunately it has certainly been managed as one in the past) it is a significant life transition that encompasses the mind, body and spirituality of the mother. Pregnancy is also a time when the wonder and power of nature and the abilities of the human body become most apparent – with a greater recognition of the need to achieve optimal health.


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tango

An important thing to remember is that women are only fertile for a limited time. As an ovulation calculator will tell you, the fertile window is generally considered the six days leading up to ovulation – and the three days leading up to ovulation is when pregnancy is most likely to occur.


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Betty Draper, dealing with pain (probably not PMS related)

Many women are affected by period pain – it is the most common cause of absenteeism in young woman. Unfortunately, even in this day and age women are still routinely told to expect painful periods, or to simply put up with them and accept them as their lot. However, a normal reproductive cycle is meant to be just that—normal—and deviations such as dysmenorrhoea (period pain) reflect a disharmony, which when resolved will ameliorate the symptoms.


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PMS in Hollywood

What is PMS? The premenstrual syndrome refers to an incredibly broad array of physical and emotional symptoms occurring 7-14 days before each period. Many women are told that PMS is a natural component of the menstrual cycle, that it is just something that they need to put up with. However, even the notion of this is ridiculous…


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