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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 »
  • Depression & Anxiety Today Tonight

    In this interview on Australia’s Today Tonight program, Dr Sandra Cabot discusses how to treat anxiety and depression. These conditions can really affect a person’s life and, so, it is very important to understand and treat depression and anxiety adequately. ... 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 »