It is important to have your immune system preforming at peak condition, especially now that Winter is just around the corner. Your immune system is the body’s first line of defence against illnesses and infections such as – bacterial, viral or parasitic infections. (www.delimmune.com) Your white blood cells are the key players in having a […]
Whats all the hype about gelatine? Gelatin is a translucent, colourless & flavourless substance, derived from collagen found in animal bones, skin and tissues. It is commonly used as a gelling agent in food & pharmaceuticals. While most of us have eaten gelatin at some point in our lives, its medicinal use has been lost of the […]
According to Dr Alison Siebecker, Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth is a chronic bacterial infection of the small intestine. The infection is of bacteria that normally live in the gastrointestinal tract but have abnormally overgrown in a location not meant for so many bacteria.
Want the easiest heathy hot cross bun recipe this Easter?
The Roar Foodies faux crème egg recipe will make for a delicious healthy easter alternative!
These gluten, dairy and refined sugar free pancakes curtesy of the Roar Foodie are sure to be a hit with the family this Easter long weekend.
I started my career as a registered nurse in 1970, specialising in Paediatrics. My passion for providing high quality health care led me to study naturopathy. After completing my bachelor degree, my focus and passion led me to concentrate on the GUT and BRAIN connection.
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These top tips will make it easier for you to stay healthy and avoid that heavy, bloated feeling after over-indulging. · If you stick to your mostly raw diet with a few treats in-between you won’t feel like you are missing out. · Remember the 80/20 rule: 80% alkaline, 20% acid (ie 80% salad or veggies with […]
ANTIBIOTICS – used so much more now with our children. Unfortunately, antibiotics not only kill the bacteria which is causing the infection, they also destroy a lot of the bacteria which live in our digestive tract (gut)….. the ‘good bugs’ . These good bugs help to provide us with ongoing immunity and the correct balance also helps to […]