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The new sleeping beauty: How to relieve insomnia for better health and wellbeing

It’s often said sleep is the best medicine, but if you’re the one in around three people suffering occasional mild insomnia[1] you need to deal with that first. 

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Have an anti-inflammatory day

Around 2.1 million Australian suffer from osteoarthritis, an inflammatory joint condition. Hands, the spine and joints like hips, knees and ankles tend to suffer most, with pain and stiffness usually getting worse over time.

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Talking turmeric: Why this culinary spice is fighting more than just inflammation

Putting the word ‘inflammation’ into Google garners around 108 million results (well it did the day we did) – talk about a chronic response!  Inflammation—the body’s natural response to injury or infection that often causes redness, swelling, pain or heat

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Happy tummy, happy mind?

Mental Health Week – October 10-17. Forget the NBN! Your ENS ‘enteric nervous system’ is your personal high-speed, communication super highway linking your gut to your brain 

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The link between your gut & inflammatory arthritis

Healthy gut bacteria may play an important role in managing inflammatory arthritis, according to a 2017 international meta-analysis

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Naturopath Teneille Newton shares her five tips for a healthy trip

There’s no greater feeling than travelling to a new city or country. The excitement, anticipation and joy of discovering a new town, new people and new food. There’s so much to see and do – so many places to go – so there’s no time to get bogged down on the toilet with a dodgy tummy.

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Why supplements are important to your health, Dr Joe Kosterich

Dr Joe Kosterich explains how best to supplement your diet to support the immune system to help ward of change-of-season colds and allergies. Every year we tend to get around two to four colds[1], with symptoms and severity ranging from mild to severe. 

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Foods that boost brain health, Q&A with Teresa Mitchell-Paterson

Our brain is arguably the most important organ in our body. It controls and coordinates actions and reactions; manages how we walk, talk and learn is responsible for our feelings; regulates breathing, sleep and hormonal balance; and even determines the mates we choose.

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Don’t be bone idle: Discover five simple ways to maintain bone health through menopause

Menopause is a fact of life for women, yet can be an empowering transition into a new chapter of life. By adopting or continuing a healthy lifestyle during menopause, women can help reduce their symptoms (most will experience them), from hot flushes, sleep disturbance and joint pain to night sweats, bladder changes and anxiety

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Balancing the fight or flight response

Fight or flight. It’s how our bodies respond to stress. And this modern malaise can manifest into adrenal exhaustion – a term often used to umbrella symptoms including fatigue, body aches, low blood pressure, mild anxiety, sleep disturbances and digestive issues.

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The 8 pillars for taking charge of your health, Dr Joe Kosterich

Most of us drive cars. We know there are many different things needed to keep the car running smoothly. This includes putting the right petrol in the tank, having correct air in the tyres and the correct engine oil. 

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The mighty mineral: discover why magnesium is essential for promoting holistic health

Your nervous system is integral to controlling your heart rate, breathing, digestion and skeletal muscle movement – and it is magnesium that is the mineral most critical to proper nervous system function.

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5 tips to incorporate into your daily routine to help prevent colds this winter

We are exposed to viruses all day long, but some people seem more susceptible to catching colds or the flu. Here are a few tips that may help you to ward off the nasty symptoms of a cold or flu this winter.

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A rainbow of fruits & veg to ward off that winter cold!

Everyday we are exposed to germs on public transport, the work place and even home. Here are a few foods that will help fight off colds and flu when you get run down. 

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Probiotics & prebiotics, the beneficial bacteria within

Are you aware that we have more bacteria living within our digestive system than we have cells in our body? Ten times as many in fact!

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Managing your blood glucose

Australians are consuming more added sugars than ever before, according to a 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics report.

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Ubiquinol for healthy hearts

Your heart literally never takes a rest but it needs constant supply of energy to ensure it doesn’t skip a beat.

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Antioxidants for good health

Antioxidants are the buzz words of the health world but what exactly are these mystical ingredients and what do they do?

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Naturopath & nutritionist Teresa Mitchell-Paterson shares her thoughts on supplementation

It would be nice to think we could achieve all our nutrient needs from food – however modern life, illness, eating patterns, farming, transport and storage disrupts our ability to fulfill all our vitamin and mineral requirements.

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Boosting health for mum & bub

Congratulations you’re a mum! Like pregnancy, the newborn phase can be joyous but exhausting. 

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Fishing for more essential omega- 3s

Just one in five Australians is getting enough omega-3 fatty acids for good health, according to a recent study.

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Zinc: a building block for good health at every age

Zinc is a master-mineral of good health but many of us don’t get enough each day. Zinc deficiency is one of the world’s most prevalent micronutrient deficiencies

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Nourishing your pregnancy

While you may not need to ‘eat for two’ during pregnancy, it is encouraged to follow a well-balanced diet to provide optimum nutrition to you and your baby.

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Symptoms of iron deficiency & how to boost your intake

Anaemia affects roughly a third of the world's population with half the cases due to iron deficiency, according to the World Health Organisation.

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Stress & your hormones

Almost three quarters of Australians say that stress is impacting their physical health, according to a study by the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

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Vitamin D shines bright for immune health

We live in the sunburnt country so it’s perhaps ironic that up to three in 10 Aussies are deficient in the ‘sunlight vitamin’- Vitamin D.

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