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  • Alcohol and the Paleo Diet

    Alcohol and the Paleo Diet

    Some people inherit a special body chemistry called sugar sensitivity, which sets them up to develop specific behavioural and psychological traits. Sugar-sensitive people generally have a family history of alcoholism and are very fond of sweet foods and carbohydrates. They ... Read More »
  • Nourishing chicken soup

    Nourishing chicken soup

    1 whole chicken 8 cups of filtered water or vegetable stock 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 1 large onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 large carrot, chopped 1 medium zucchini, chopped 2 celery sticks, sliced ½ medium cauliflower, chopped ... Read More »
  • NAFLD no more

    Raenie's weight problem started when he first went to school through what I guess was stress (he has autism). I have been back and forward to the local children's hospital with him with no luck - Raenie was told that he only has to do more exercise and eat less. His eating was not the problem - we are a large family and I prepare every meal from scratch. I have always monitored what and when Raenie ate but his weight kept creeping up. I was so scared and worried by this but kept finding that we ended up sitting in front of doctors who disbelieved I was doing everything possible to help Raenie - he is my son and he is my main priority. The last straw came when they told me he had non alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Read More »
  • Your Thyroid Problems Solved

    Our very talented naturopath, Margaret Jasinska, discusses thyroid health conditions and the contributing factors. Margaret also talks about what we can do to help improve the health of our thyroid gland and to reduce the risk of thyroid disease. Recommended ... Read More »
  • Selenium – the cancer fighting mineral

    Selenium – the cancer fighting mineral

    Selenium is a very important trace mineral in human nutrition. It displays powerful ‘cleaning up” or anti-oxidant abilities which neutralize toxic substances in the body. People living in western societies such as the U.S., often don’t get enough selenium in ... Read More »