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The Risk Your Home is Making You Sick

If your home is toxic (and it likely is!), you’re NOT likely to be sleeping well,  healthy and energetic! Nevermind the autoimmune disorders, you unknowingly bring upon yourself. It’s time – in fact, way past time – to have a serious look at the toxic influence of your home. 

Can Autoimmune Disease Be Reversed?

Your body is turning on itself as you read this. You may not know the extent or when it will show up in the flesh or mind, but unless you equipped with knowledge and insight to stop or slow it down, it’s inevitable, it’s going to happen. Learn and witness whether Autoimmune Disease can be reversed and if so how.

Can Diet and Alcohol Alter One’s Sleep State and Health?

If one enjoys alchohol to relax, for its use in social gatherings or to cope with stress, at the same time would it not make sense, to mitigate some of the potential damage or consequences caused by the alcohol?

To minimise the effect of any deficiency caused by food or alcohol and the affect on sleep, additional nutrients must be provided in abundance through megadoses of vitamin supplementation.

Tart Cherries for Insomnia

A study from an international group of researchers found that drinking tart cherry juice for seven days increased sleep by an average of 34 minutes a night – by speeding up falling to sleep – and increased sleep efficiency by 5-6%. Cherries contain natural melatonin, a powerful antioxidant and free radical scavenger that helps “cool down” …

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Is 60% of the Leading Causes of Death Preventable?

Every person questioned, univocally states that they would prefer to live their life unassisted by a drug, therapy or appliance. To achieve this in a busy world of doing, a risk-based approach is utilised to focusing on the 20% that would cause the 80% of future ills. This approach asks one question: What is the 20% I must focus on to enjoy a life free of a disease or a disorder?

Insights from the Broken Brain Docu-Series

Conventional medicine has a definitive place and has served the world over. Functional medicine looks at the treatment picture and priorities treatment based on a one’s unique needs. As we all are different in genetic design, grouping treatment needs for the masses, fall short of optimised care. When we become aware of this we can seek out …

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