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Cholesterol – hazards of having too low levels

Your body needs cholesterol for the production of cell membranes, hormones, vitamin D and bile acids that help you to digest fat. It’s not hard to see then why too little cholesterol can have such detrimental effects on your body—especially your brain, where it helps your brain form memories and is vital to your neurological … Read more

Science validates century old practice

THE POWER OF MEDITATION No longer is Meditation the exclusive domain of Buddhists, Taoists, Sikhs, spiritualists and the like. They have used it as a practical avenue for accessing inner states of tranquility, clarity and One-ness. Now, it is popular across the world, encouraged by psychologists, psychiatrists, personal trainers and even mainstream medicos. They see it … Read more

Inner Cleansing

Is toxicity the reason you feel unwell? Ask yourself these questions:  Are you often tired or lethargic?  Do you regularly suffer from bloating, diarrhoea, constipation or other digestive disturbances?  Do you get recurrent headaches?  Are you regularly suffering from muscle aches and pains?  Does poor short-term memory and concentration affect your ability to function at … Read more

Lobby for your freedom of choice

Here is a letter which you can send to the following Members: Minister for health : Minister.Plibersek@health.gov.au Parl Sec for Health & Aging Hon Shayne Neumann: www.aph.gov.au/S_Neumann_MP   Sample letter for you to send: Dear I am writing in relation to the Natural Medicine review by the Department of Health and Aging, the TGA, and the NHMRC. … Read more

Antacids enable bacterial overgrowth

The preferred medical treatment for reflux or GORD is proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) or other forms of antacid medication. PPI treatment, at standard effective dosage, almost completely abolishes the gastric acid barrier with an increase in bacterial density higher than 1000-fold and gastric and duodenal bacterial colonisation in more than 50% of patients. So what … Read more