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Does Saturated Fat Increase the Uptake of Endotoxins?

In an ASLM Tweet I shared this weekend, I mentioned our own 'Gut Guru', Jason Hawrelak reported dietary saturated fat (including coconut oil) increases GIT endotoxin uptake and boy did that stir the pot!  The social media switchboard lit up! It's ok I know there isn't...

1 Egg, 1 Banana

I've been travelling a lot for work lately, so in my absence my teens have been under the influence of others and as a result they've returned with new & improved habits.  This one is gold: 1 egg  + 1 banana beat egg & add to mashed banana pour into a hot pan, coated...

Are you feeling your AGE?

Ever got to the end of a day or a week and felt like this?  Or woken up to find your skin looking like this?! Just quietly, me too.  When my son was about 3 he was sitting in the back of my car with my mum (she would have been in her early 70s) and he asked how people...

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A New Mental Health Education Initiative in July!

“Access the Experts with Rachel Arthur” is a month long intensive webinar series focusing on the best of Mental Health Education. Every Thursday night for the month of July, Rachel will be interviewing a hand-picked guest speaker about a particular area of expertise...

Drop in for a Chat Tomorrow?

The New Practitioner Drop In Class is a monthly drop in class that focuses on providing an easy to access drop in opportunity for integrative health practitioners to participate in some of the most accelerated form of post-graduate education and clinically relevant...

Emotional Pain…Pop a Paracetamol?

During a mentoring session this week a practitioner asked me, 'How could paracetamol relieve anger?'.  After the initial, 'What the..??.' reflex, I thought well the placebo response is really a wonderful thing, the potency of which should never be under-estimated. I...

Finding YOUR point of difference

I really enjoy mentoring practitioners in business - it's a real privilege to be able to hear about each practitioners' aspirations and challenges.  A few weeks back I had the good fortune to speak with a fresh one!  A practitioner who has only been in business for a...

Bone Broth Warning

Perhaps you've been keeping abreast of the bone broth debate?  The practice of preparing broths made from slow boiled animal bones and made popular by the GAPS diet as well as many Paleo advocates, has come under scrutiny thanks to a small pilot study that evaluated...

What’s the OCP really doing? An update on its physiological impact

How many of your clients are on a combination OCP? Do you know the full extent of the physiological impact as a result and are you able to identify to key pathology indicators of the size of that impact? Like you I see a lot of clients who are on the OCP - whether...

Anti-Epileptic Medications & Nutrient Interactions 101

Ok here's a gripe I'm having currently.  I have a number of patients who are taking anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) and most of these are children who require them for seizure control.  Naturally, working alongside such serious pathology and these critical medications...

What Does the new RACGP Guideline re Naturopathic Requests Mean?

It's taken a little while for me to collect my thoughts on this one. Initially there was a little flash of anger, frustration and a good deal of huffing and puffing when I heard about the RACGP guidelines recommending GPs say no to any requests from naturopaths for...

Ten Quick Tips for Identifying High Oestrogen & its Causes

During mentoring sessions over the last week I've been prompted to ask a few practitioners if their patient had any signs, either clinically or in their pathology results, of high oestrogen.  Each time it kind of caught the practitioner off guard because their...

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