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How to keep you Heart Healthy.

Heart Attack.  Stroke.  Angina.  Arrhythmia. Coronary Heart Disease.

We’ve heard all these terms before and chances are we may know someone who has suffered from one or more of these illnesses.   500 more words

Nutritional Therapy

SIBO Part #3 - Diet & Fermentable Carbohydrates

Anyone dealing with a SIBO diagnosis will know treating SIBO isn’t straightforward.  It can be a long and drawn-out process, with many people experiencing relapse or struggling to eradicate the bacteria in the first place. 616 more words


Gut Health & Autoimmune Disease

Autoimmune diseases are fast on the rise in our modern society.  In fact, at least 5% of Australians are thought to be suffering with some form of an autoimmune disease… 424 more words


Behold the Lowly Turnip

By Cynthia Hill, NTP

Behold the turnip! It’s time to elevate the lowly turnip to royal status! From my own personal experience growing turnips here in the Midwest, they are super easy to grow, thrive in less than ideal soil and weather conditions and don’t appear to suffer from pests and disease. 545 more words

Nutritional Therapy

Not Living up to the Nutrition Stereotype

One of the best parts of my job is delivering messages to members of the public on how to eat more healthfully (note, not ‘healthily’). But it’s also a part of my job that also allows my demons to seep in. 458 more words


Chronically elevated cortisol & the Endocrine System.

Elevated cortisol is hugely significant in disrupting the delicate balance of our Endocrine System.

Cortisol definition.

First, let’s define cortisol.  Cortisol is known as the ‘ 793 more words


Talking sh*t! (and gut health)

So not one of those topics that most people are generally willing to talk about…their gut health! 

I have recently been doing more research into how your gut microflora (both good and bad bacteria) can effect your mood and I have been pretty shocked about how imbalances within our gut can have a HUGE affect on mental well being! 425 more words