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Free range eggs?

I love my eggs scrambled in butter, side of bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms and spinach leaves, sprinkled with Himalayan salt, and sour dough bread with avocado on the side – makes for a happy girl! But I am careful to buy organic or free-range eggs and have done so for as long as I can remember. ...

Green Soup

Not quite the weather for a green smoothie – how about a green soup instead? This is a low carb, nutrient dense green soup, great for everyone. The “magic” ingredient is watercress! Hippocrates used watercress back in 400BC for his hospital, Culpepper in the 1700s believed it could cleanse the blood, and modern science has ...

Functional Medicine vs. Pathology

Prevention based (lifestyle) medicine vs. Disease based (reactive) medicine Medicine and health care are undergoing a paradigm shift. At Core Naturopathics we are seeing more and more demand for our services to assist clients with the sky rocketing incidence of chronic disease in society and the resulting complex health challenges they are facing. Despite the ...

Why We All Need To Personalise Our Health

  At Core Naturopathics we have designed a really special type of clinic. It’s based on some important Naturopathic philosophies & one of the top priorities of any Naturopath is to recognise that you are working with a very unique individual. Our whole clinic is centred on achieving the best outcome for your individualised health, ...

Nutrigenomics

Nutritional genomics, or nutrigenomics, is the study of how foods affect our genes and how individual genetic differences can affect the way we respond to nutrients (and other naturally occurring compounds) in the foods we eat. Nutrigenomics has received much attention recently because of its potential for preventing, mitigating, or treating chronic disease, and certain ...

Three ways to improve your health long term

Become proactive with your health: Seek information regarding health from a qualified holistic practitioner, to help prevent ill health and support individual health long term. Take charge of your own body and learn from it. Even when you may feel well, it’s important to also track your health and monitor changes over time. This way ...

Food for Energy – Hypoglycemia

It’s 3pm, you had lunch at 12pm, you had breakfast at 7am, were too busy to have morning tea, and now you are tired, cranky and looking for an energy boost/sugar hit to get you through to dinner. Maybe instead you feel nauseous, experience heart palpitations, light-headed, headaches, or even feel nervous or anxious. If ...

Surviving Stress and Recovery

I thought balancing home life, with two young children, work and study would be a reasonable challenge, with just the usual amount of stress expected. For one, the very late study sessions once my two young boys are tucked in bed asleep. Although, yes its tiring, I found the sleep deprivation for me could often ...

Core Potential Test

  Core Potential A Simple Test Changing Lives Our Core Potential test is giving incredible information to those clients that have been unable to find answers to simple health problems as well as complex diseases. What is the test? This test identifies (holistically) what may be some of the simplest answers to sometimes complex situations. ...

Why see a Nutritionist?

With so much nutrition and diet info about it can be easy to think you can learn all you need to have a healthy diet by ‘Googling’ and looking through magazines. The problem with this however is that so many short terms fads come and go, many articles are written with an agenda (i.e. they ...