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History Of Naturopathy

The history of naturopathy as a preventive & healing practice has been around for centuries. With its roots dating back to the ancient Greeks who believed in the power of nature’s healing. Naturopathy offers an effective & holistic approach to healthcare that can help people reach their health goals. Whether you seek alternative treatments or want to take charge of your health.

What is the 10 cranial nerve?

What is the Vagus Nerve?

What is the vagus nerve? It is an important part of the human body, playing a key role in health & wellbeing. Its primary function is to regulate various physiological processes within the body. Including heart rate & digestion.
It plays an integral role in hormonal interaction. Helping to keep stress hormones such as cortisol & adrenaline in check.

Brain To Gut Connection

The brain-gut connection is a vital part of our health and wellbeing. Our digestive system is responsive to the way we think, feel & act. It’s an intricate web that helps to keep our gut functioning at an optimum level.
                                                                                                                                                       

Lemon-Herb Couscous

Lemon/herb couscous. Whole-grain couscous is a good source of fiber. Fiber is good for you in a lot of ways. It can stop your blood sugar from spiking and can keep you fuller longer. It also can help lower cholesterol, which can reduce your chances of heart disease. 

Dal Palak & Tzatziki

Hope you enjoy these two dishes, high in protein and extremely taste.

Can be combined with brown rice to Herb & lemon couscous, just to add the extra taste. Enjoy!!

Mediterranean Couscous Salad

Mediterranean couscous salad: Couscous is a popular North African dish made from semolina & water. It was also enjoyed across the world for centuries due to its unique flavour & health benefits.

The Effects Of Stress On The Body

Stress happens when a body responds to any kind of excessive demand, stress is caused by both good and bad experiences. When a body is under stress it releases chemicals such as adrenaline, noradrenaline & cortisol into the blood.

Mediterranean Salad

Mediterranean salad: Here is a very healthy, quick & easy recipe.
Mediterranean diet is about keeping it simple, eat a healthy balanced diet that does not require you to stress about portions of protein, carbohydrates & fats consumed.  

Circadian Rhythm

The circadian rhythm is the 24-hour cycle that all living things use to regulate the bodies biology.
It regulates sleep and wakefulness, body temperature, hormone production, metabolism, & other functions. Circadian rhythms play a critical role in maintaining our health & wellbeing. Disruption of these rhythms can have serious physical & mental health consequences.

Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is where you alternate between periods of eating and fasting. The fasts last between 16-24 hour.
The 16/8 method: Skipping breakfast and restricting your daily eating period to 8 hours, such as 1pm –9 p.m. , then you fast for 16 hours. Or it can be eating from from 7am -3pm, then fast for 16 hours.

High Levels Of Cortisol & Stress

Cortisol is a steroid hormone that your adrenal glands produce & release. Cortisol has effects on several aspects of your body, one is helping to regulate your body’s response to stress. Not getting enough rest can influence the cortisol levels.

Quinoa Salad

Quinoa salad is an excellent source of a variety of essential vitamins & minerals. It contains high levels of magnesium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, & manganese. Plus, red capsicum and chickpeas added to the salad, increases protein, fibre & vitamins. Quinoa has anti-inflammatory properties which can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases.