Denise Hales is Consulting Again From 10 September

Brisbane’s gut guru and our Senior Naturopath, Denise Hales, will be back from her long-service leave and fabulous adventures around Europe in early September. Denise will be consulting again in the BNWC clinic from 10 September, as follows: Days Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays Times 8:00am – 8:00pm Book now! Call 1300 03 03 25 to make […]

Achieve Healing and Well-Being With iRest Yoga Nidra

Our guest blogger—Glenis Wilkinson, Yoga Teacher and iRest Teacher-in-training Level 2—shares her love of the ancient art of Yoga, made accessible for our busy, modern lives. What is iRest Yoga Nidra? Based on the ancient teachings of meditation, iRest is an evidence-based, transformative practice that leads to psychological, physical, and spiritual healing and well-being. (Source: […]

Golden Turmeric Latte With Coconut Milk

This golden, turmeric latte is so comforting, delish, and easy to make. Health benefits If that’s not enough, the health benefits are endless. Just look at the ingredients. The bright-orange star of the show, turmeric root, is a powerful anti-inflammatory as well as antimicrobial. Cinnamon has both antimicrobial and analgesic properties. Cardamom, the sweet aromatic […]

How to Increase Your Prebiotic Intake – Partially Hydrolised Guar Gum

Let’s discuss the importance of PREBIOTICS. One that I recommend at BNWC is Partially Hydrolysed Guar Gum. What is it? Partially Hydrolyzed Guar Gum (PHGG) is a natural vegetable dietary fibre that is derived from guar gum. It’s 100% natural, taste free, odour free, gluten free, and GMO free. It easily dissolves in liquid, and […]

Mediterranean Stuffed-Halloumi Squid Salad

Continuing on with the Mediterranean-cuisine love affair, Denise was just drooling over dinner a few weeks ago in Greece, when she order a stuffed-halloumi squid salad. We can understand why! Here is Denise’s recreation of this mouth-watering meal. Ingredients For the squid: Baby squid: you can buy these already cleaned at your local fish shop, […]

How To Get More Magnesium In Your Diet

In clinic, we often get asked “why is magnesium so important?” Why is Magnesium so important? Well young padawans, magnesium is required for over 300 biochemical pathways in our bodies, including: protein synthesis muscle and nerve function blood-glucose control blood-pressure control energy production Symptoms of Magnesium deficiency The symptoms of magnesium deficiency can include: muscle […]