Tag: Naturopath

1 Dec

Blueberry: The Memory Super Fruit

Life is a collection of moments, and our brains are a marvel of endless storage of those collections. Memories and our lifetime’s knowledge are our most precious assets. But is there a way to preserve our knowledge for longer? In other words, how can we optimize our brain’s memory capacity? The answer could be in […]

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15 Jun

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a complex metabolic and endocrine (hormonal) disorder. As a leading cause of infertility it affects up to 20% of women. Diagnosis includes an ultrasound scan of ‘polycystic’ ovaries (ovaries with multiple fluid filled sacs) however, only approximately 40% of women with PCOS have polycystic ovaries. The most common experiences include […]

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14 Sep

The Mother of all herbs “Motherwort”

It can be challenging navigating the stressors of life. Quite often I see women who have been busy for years even decades, who have been taking care of everyone else around them and have forgotten to take care of themselves. Historically the Greeks and Romans have used this plant to treat emotional and physical problems […]

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11 Apr

Alleviating anxious family traits

Have you noticed how anxiety and stress can feed off anxiety? When your child is anxious you also feel anxious and vice versa? In the busy lifestyles we lead we have forgotten to take care of ourselves and our children are learning from our unintentional behaviours. Two national Australian studies showed that 7% of 4 […]

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2 Aug


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is diagnosed when 2 out of 3 following criteria are present: -Oligoovulation (infrequent or irregular cycles) and/or anovulation (no cycle) -Excess androgen activity -Polycystic ovaries Here are some natural and holistic approaches our Naturopath Kim uses to support clients. Emotional Wellbeing It is well known that women with PCOS have higher […]

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11 Jun

Are your bowels doing this???

Do you experience abdominal pain or discomfort that is usually relieved by passing wind or a bowel motion? Do you suffer from abdominal bloating, chronic diarrhoea, constipation or alternate between the two? These symptoms are associated to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) which can be triggered by a food intolerance, stress, medication or infection. Symptoms are […]

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