IBS

Is Your Bowel Irritable?

Do you have a bloated tummy and experience pain more often than not? We all experience digestive upsets occasionally, but if it’s not the norm, this may indicate that you have something called irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Can Reiki be used in IBS

Can Reiki be Used in Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Research shows that ‘the addition of healing therapy to conventional treatment was associated with improvement in symptoms and quality of life in IBS”.

Low FODMAP Salmon and Corn Patties Recipe

Omega-3 fatty acids are some of the most important nutrients you can put into your body. The reason, we need the omega-3 fatty acids in our diet is because we don’t make our own. They are an essential fat, and needed for us to survive.

How to Unwind Stress and Overwhelm

At the moment many of us will be on red alert, since we don’t know what is going to happen because of Covid-19. Our reptilian brain will be getting the message that we are not safe.

Immune Boosting Carrot, Ginger and Turmeric Soup Recipe

This is the time when you need immune boosting nutrients to help you keep healthy during the winter months and to fight of any rogue viruses such as Covid-19.

immune systems

Boost your immune system for Covid-19

We have been well-advised on how to limit our exposure to the Covid-19 virus through hand washing and social distancing. Another hugely important step you can take, is to strengthen your immune system.

Microbiome

What is the Gut Microbiome

A healthy interaction between our immune system and the gut microbiome is critical for the maintenance of our body’s homeostasis and health. So what affects the health of the gut microbiome, what is dysbiosis and what is the solution?

Coronavirus NZ

Covid-19

Coronavirus continues to affect people’s lives all around the globe. Let’s explore what this virus is all about and what your risk of exposure is and what you can do to be proactive.

Chicken Broth Recipe

Gut Healing Turmeric Chicken Broth Recipe

When restoring your gut, you can help your body by providing it with nourishing foods that contain key ingredients to promote the healing of the intestinal walls and the growth of the ‘good’ bacteria within them.

Slippery elm and ginger tea

Gut-soothing Ginger and Slippery Elm Tea

Today’s recipe is for internal use. Drink one to three cups of tea per day to reduce inflammation. For stomach and upper intestinal problems such as heartburn or stomach ulcers, it is best taken after meals.