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More about the dangers of sugar

Is Sugar Toxic? Check out the effects Sugar has had on society, report by Catalyst on Youtube  Click the links below to be taken to the origional source : Gut reactions Part 1  From Catalyst  Gut Reaction Part 1 Report by Catalyst from Youtube Gut Reaction Part 2 Report by Catalyst from Catalyst Website   

Don’t make your cold worse

  Why complementary medicine is better than Ibuprofen or Paracetamol in the prevention and treatment of respiratory infections (common cold and ‘flu). An article by Russell Setright, Naturopath and more Most people at one time or another will catch a common cold or ‘flu. Many different types of viruses cause these infections and it is … Read more

Add colour to your life

Feeling motivated, driven and focused in our day-to-day lives depends on a number of environmental circumstances and influences in addition to your mood, energy and stress resilience status. Dopamine is a modulating neurotransmitter synthesised in the brain (as a monoamine), and the adrenal medulla (as a catecholamine), which governs motivation of positive reinforcement and reward, cognition, … Read more

Sleep is not a luxury

Staring at the ceiling at 2:30 am, unable to sleep, is usually low on people’s list of favourite pastimes. Affecting anyone at any age, insomnia (difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep) and/or waking unrefreshed can be some people’s reality. Research shows that adults who get fewer than seven hours of sleep (whether for just one … Read more

Brain Health & Alzheimer’s Disease

September is Alzheimer’s month.  The following article was written by Glen Gillard, Naturopath and owner of Natural Remedies Group. We are looking at brain health and Alzheimer’s – the most common type of dementia – this month. It’s a . We have many viewpoints of what is the real cause, hence many opinions of which … Read more

How effective is chemotherapy?

The following report is courtesy of Daniel Weber, Panaxea International: An important paper has been published in the Australian journal Clinical Oncology. This meta-analysis, entitled “The Contribution of Cytotoxic Chemotherapy to 5-year Survival in Adult Malignancies” set out to accurately quantify and assess the actual benefit conferred by chemotherapy in the treatment of adults with … Read more

Pesticides and Parkinson’s disease

A possible link between widely used pesticides in Australian food with Parkinson’s Disease uncovered by university studies. Parkinson’s disease is the second-most prevalent neurodegenerative condition in Australia, with an estimated 70,000 Australians living with the disease1 Recently, ABC News reported on research showing a cluster of Parkinson’s disease cases in rural Victoria that may be … Read more