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  • Six natural ways to reduce pain

    Six natural ways to reduce pain

    Chronic pain is a big problem in modern society. We know this because analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs are some of the most widely used medications. Many people cannot get through their day without them. Chronic pain is a terrible, inescapable stress, especially when the pain reduces the ability of a person to sleep. Modern pain relieving drugs, therefore definitely have their place and enable millions of people to function and live a normal life. Problems arise when pain relieving drugs cause side effects such as stomach and digestive problems, or an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. Some pain relieving medication can even be highly addictive. I’d like to make you aware that there are several inexpensive and easy ways to reduce the amount of pain you experience. The food you eat or don’t eat, as well as the vitamins and minerals you obtain through your diet and supplements can affect the level of inflammation in your body. More inflammation means more pain, so you want to keep inflammation down as much as possible. Making these suggested changes to your diet can reduce your requirement for medication and improve your quality of life. Read More »
  • An alcoholic’s perception of life

    An alcoholic’s perception of life

    Get your FREE copy of Recovery from Alcoholism With thanks to one of the greatest Psychologists of our time, Albert Ellis, here are 10 specific thoughts that must be recognised, evaluated, challenged and changed by the alcoholic. It is rigid ... Read More »
  • Salmon and beet salad

    Serves 2 6 oz canned salmon, drained 2 large handfuls torn lettuce leaves ½ avocado, diced 3 red radishes, sliced 1 handful snow peas, cut in half 1 medium cooked beet, diced ½ small red onion, sliced ¼ cup finely ... Read More »
  • Hepatitis C Virus – Tammie’s Story

    Hepatitis C Virus – Tammie’s Story

    My daughter, Tammie, at the age of 17, was finally diagnosed with endometriosis after many years of severe period pain. This required numerous laparoscopies and after the last of these Tammie developed severe abdominal infection (peritonitis) for which she received ... Read More »
  • Reversing Diabetes Type 2 Naturally

    An interview with Margaret Jasinska, Naturopath and co-author of ‘Diabetes Type 2 You can reverse it naturally’. Diabetes is the fastest growing chronic disease in the world today. Find out how you can fight this with the right diet, nutritional ... Read More »
  • Six natural ways to reduce pain

    Six natural ways to reduce pain

    Chronic pain is a big problem in modern society. We know this because analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs are some of the most widely used medications. Many people cannot get through their day without them. Chronic pain is a terrible, inescapable stress, especially when the pain reduces the ability of a person to sleep. Modern pain relieving drugs, therefore definitely have their place and enable millions of people to function and live a normal life. Problems arise when pain relieving drugs cause side effects such as stomach and digestive problems, or an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. Some pain relieving medication can even be highly addictive. I’d like to make you aware that there are several inexpensive and easy ways to reduce the amount of pain you experience. The food you eat or don’t eat, as well as the vitamins and minerals you obtain through your diet and supplements can affect the level of inflammation in your body. More inflammation means more pain, so you want to keep inflammation down as much as possible. Making these suggested changes to your diet can reduce your requirement for medication and improve your quality of life. Read More »