Hi guys.. Im sitting here this morning in the clinic, sifting through a number of different test results that i have lined up for people later in the week, and it dawned on me that whenever i get people come in with undiagnosed alleriges, they have usually gone down the same path from GP to … Continue reading Allergy Testing; Why Skin Prick testing doesnt always cut it
So today I wanted to have a quick ramble about a thing called Hormesis. Hormesis revolves around the concept that certain systems of the body will adapt to, and even thrive from different types of shock, volatility and stressors. Hormesis is responsible for the adaption you experience after things like exercise, intermittent fasting, vaccinations, and … Continue reading Hormesis; The way nature intended
Hi everyone.. I hope you're all keeping warm and enjoying the school holidays. Today i wanted to take a few moments to talk to you about this condition that everyone seems to be talking about at the moment, Pyrroles. Pyrroles is not a new thing in my clinic, and but i do find it interesting … Continue reading Pyrroles is not a condition; It is a symptom
Yeasts and Moulds. Two things we may relate to decomposing foods or dark bathrooms, yet both yeasts and moulds are a common infection within the human body. Really, yeasts and moulds are almost the same thing. They both belong to the Fungus part of the plant kingdom, however yeasts are single celled organisms, where moulds … Continue reading Yeast and fungal infections; The hidden culprit ?
Today I'd like to talk about the liver, and the absolutely crucial role it plays in the detoxification of anything that comes near your body, including vaccines. In part one of my articles,Toxins in vs Toxins out, I referred to the 'total load' that is placed on the body by chemicals and heavy metals which … Continue reading Vaccination pt 2; Toxins in vs toxins out
Gene testing is becoming one of the hottest and fastest ways to identify underlying drivers for all sorts of health conditions. From something as simple as a saliva swab, your genetic 'blueprint' can be unlocked to display a wide of body processes and how you, as an individual, perform them. Unlike the recently-publicized BRCA1 genes … Continue reading Nutrigenomic Gene profiling
One of the most frequently asked questions in clinic, is about SOY and its effects on the hormones, in particular Estrogen. The 'SOY debate' is a very well published one, and it frequently divides a room with opinions... Most of the research you hear about is VERY out of date. Soy isoflavones (the active phytoestrogen … Continue reading How chemicals can impact your hormones; Xenoestrogens