This is a video interview conducted by Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH, BHSc, ND with Barbara James who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Multiple sclerosis is a neurological disorder, of unknown origin, which is the most common of nerve disorders affecting people of all ages.
The main feature of the disease is the progressive disappearance of the myelin sheath which is … Read More
If you’ve been a patient at my naturopathy, nutrition and hypnotherapy clinic, you’ll remember that I advised you to eat a plant-based diet.
Maybe you followed that advice or perhaps you thought I was a left-wing radical hippy with lots of letters after my name.
Let’s review what’s happening at the moment as the COVID-19 coronavirus is killing thousands of … Read More
You may believe that you’re entitled to health and when you get sick the doctor, surgeons or hospitals can fix it.
But this is an illusion, because, just like the rest of us, you’re subject to the influences of perpetual advertising.
The truth is that in many cases illness is the end of a process of dysfunction and self-neglect, not … Read More
Most people cheat sleep in an whole range of different ways with explanations such as:
“The children won’t stay in their bed and keep coming into our room waking us up.”
“I watch the television to relax before I go to bed, so I stay up late.”
“I lay awake half the night worrying about work the next day.”
And … Read More
Are you lacking core strength?
Failing to hold up your body and now have bad posture?
Is your digestive system sluggish?
Pain from discs in your spine being compressed?
Is your skeleton crumbling?
Have you lost control of your bladder?
As creatures we are basically a tube with limbs and head added on, all to facilitate the digestive process. Never … Read More
Most people talk about physical prowess as if it left their life at the beginning of their twenties and everything since then has been a downhill slide.
You may make hundreds of excuses about why you can’t make time to exercise: Life, work, family, lack of motivation or money, or you’re too busy.
Did you know dance is one … Read More
We continually hear in the media that older people become calcium deficient. This is true to a certain extent but often not as journalists or GPs understand. The real physiological and social understanding is much more complex.
Calcium serves many functions in your body. It helps your bones form, stay hard and renew themselves. Calcium is very important to the … Read More