Over the last few weeks, the RCH put out a series of videos on the topics of womens' hormones and contraception. Suffice to say that after watching two of them, I was left gobsmacked at the level of MISinformation that was relayed in them. Two female ‘specialists’ in the field, flicked loaded Q & A’s … Continue reading Natural Progesterone vs Synthetic Progestins; Know the difference!
Painful (or heavy) periods are not a normal event - yes it may be extremely common, but still this doesn't make it 'normal.' Painful periods, technically known as Dysmenorrhoea, is one of the leading causes of all female school and work absences. Usually, the pain begins on either the day before, or the day of … Continue reading Period Pain is NOT normal!
Life is busy. Society commands it on many levels. I would honestly have to say that around 3/4 of the people that I see in clinic, are there because they have hit some sort of wall and are beginning to burn out- emotionally, physically, or both. It is now very well documented that 'stress' is … Continue reading Heart rate variability (a talk from the SuperHuman conference)
The Shikimate pathway is an enzymatic process used by bacteria, fungi, algae and plants, in order to make Folate. It is also responsible for the creation of three vital amino acids (tyrosine, tryptophan and phenylalanine), all of which CANNOT be made by animals, including humans. Glyphosate was deliberately made to BLOCK the Shikimate pathway, and … Continue reading Glyphosate, the silent antibiotic
Ok… so you’ve just heard the current ad on the radio, talking about how low Iron can lead to fatigue and dizziness.. and the statistic that around half of all women are low in Iron. The ad then quickly prompts you to run out and purchase a certain brand-named Iron supplement, which is then … Continue reading Why are you low in Iron?
With the holiday season fast approaching, I thought it was prudent to let everybody know that I am taking a full two weeks off over the Christmas and New years period this year. I will be going away so phone reception will not be reliable. All emails and text message enquiries and questions will be … Continue reading Christmas Closure Dec 22nd – Jan 7th
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