Diet & Neurochemical imbalance

March 11, 2010

All vitamins and minerals are involved in one or more biochemical pathways and/or physiological actions which influence the function of the human brain. Most vitamin and mineral deficiencies result in psychiatric symptoms in a significant number of people. For example, Low Vitamin D levels – extremely common –  have been linked with SAD – SEASONAL […]

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Diet & Detoxification to Overcome Stress

February 15, 2010

Why do we need to detox? Our bodies are continually loaded with toxins and detoxing helps the body to remove those toxins, helping you to lose weight, feel healthier and prevent health problems. Toxins cause stress in our physical bodies such as contribute to weight gain, poor skin, headaches, fatigue, lowered immunity and a general […]

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Stress & Diet & Intestinal Micro-organism Balance

February 10, 2010

Are you feeling stressed & suffering from a sluggish or irritable bowel, bloating or wind? It may be that your bowel is over-run with the wrong kind of bacteria. It is difficult for you to be healthy if your bowel is sick! The home guard in the digestive tract are what we call “friendly” bacteria. […]

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Oxidative Stress & Diet

January 24, 2010

What is Oxidative Stress? An increased level of free radicals and other oxidation-promoting molecules associated with disease, immune activation, and/or aging. www.sfaf.org/custom/glossary.aspx An imbalance of pro-oxidant (damaging) /antioxidant (protective) chemicals in the body. This imbalance can be the result of inadequate dietary intake of antioxidants or chronic health conditions. www.kirkmanlabs.com/roadmap_glossary.html ————————————————————————————– An overload of free […]

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Inflammation & Nutrition Medicine to Overcome Stress

January 11, 2010

I interviewed Blake Graham, Clinical Nutritionist and Director of Nutritional Healing, Western Australia on Nutrition Healing – Vitamins, Minerals, Fatty Acids and Mental Health. (Chapter 4 in my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally) I asked Blake to tell me about his background and Nutritional Healing. “I became passionate about the role diet can play […]

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Meeting HH The Dalai Lama

December 20, 2009

Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive. The Dalai Lama I woke at 3.15am on Thursday 10th December to pick my dear friend Kate Brighton up at 5.30am and we headed to our job for the day as Volunteers for His Holiness The Dalai Lama Public Talk in Melbourne. We […]

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How To Overcome Stress Naturally – Book Launch 11th Dec

December 6, 2009

“Every individual has a responsibility to help guide our global family in the right direction. Good wishes are not sufficient…we must become actively engaged.” HH The Dalai Lama I am motivated daily by the words and actions of HH The Dalai Lama. My newly released book How To Overcome Stress Naturally is blessed with the […]

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How To Overcome Stress Naturally – Book Launches

November 27, 2009

Announcing Melbourne Book Launches for How To Overcome Stress Naturally with a foreword by HH The Dalai Lama. Southern: Thursday 3rd December at 10am – 11.30am KIDNA BOOKS -422 Hampton St, Hampton Northern: Friday 11th December at 10am – 11.30am AUSTRALIAN SHIATSU COLLEGE, 103 Evans St, Brunswick Join me for an Inspiring talk and a […]

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Change your Food to Change your Mood

November 10, 2009

This book will dramatically improve your health and your wealth in a truly down to earth way and easy to implement on a day-to-day basis. Dr Gordon Ku, Author “Dr House’s Prescription to Escape The 9 to 5” There are many explanations for the cause-and-effect relationship between food and mood. Here are some examples: 1. […]

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Stress Less and Be Kind to Yourself

October 24, 2009

Be Kind Whenever Possible. It is always Possible. Dalai Lama One way to overcome stress in our daily life is to stay focused on someone or something that inspires us. To lift our spirit, to lift us up out of our day to day turmoils, to lift us up to remember we are not alone. […]

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