Evidence from the research and medical world for the wholistic approach

In this newsletter we cover a wide range of subjects but the common theme is we are reporting on current research results from WHO,Universities or larger clinical trials. The significance of a clear decision  to quit smoking Most people quit smoking unaided -this is the message that P
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Sustainable Wellbeing

With joy I would like to let you know that the book so often talked about over the last few years has been published and available at the Center or online from Balboa Press  http://bookstore.balboapress.com/Products/SKU-000932537/Sustainable-Wellbeing.aspx.  The purpose of the book is
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Fun Drawing Classes

Kim Roth has begun his art classes again. He is running 6 week cycles for beginners to advanced.  He makes learning fun and de-stressing! For more information you can call the clinic on 99668666 or rothart@msn.com
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Vitamin C Clinic

Dr Ruby Bloomfield, has been administering Vitamin C, B vitamins and glutathione for many decades with great benefits for her patients. To cope with the demand the clinic now has a specialist nurse to assist her. Janet is here on Monday and Friday mornings at this stage. This may be e
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EFT and Dowsing with Martine Negro

Sunday October 20th Venue: Community Hall 44 Gladesville Road , Hunters Hill Start 2:00pm sharp EFT (emotional freedom technique) is a simple yet powerful energy tool for transforming emotional states that does not serve you. It is safe ,effective and fast. Research has shown that it
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Bean + vegetable soup

          Contributor – Dana Cohen (Medical Nutritionist) Serves 6 Get this soup in before the weather gets too warm. This soup is a delicious and perfect way to get a variety of veggies into your diet and will help you meet your quota of minimum 5 veget
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Heart Disease And Lowering Your Cholesterol

According to Heart Foundation Australia, coronary heart disease (CHD) affects around 1.4 million Australians, and is Australia’s leading single cause of death. On average, one Australian dies as a result of CHD every 24 minutes. In the last 10-15 years cholesterol has become a househo
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Radiance Stress Management Workshop

RADIANCE STRESS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP SUNDAY 26th MAY 9 to 5pm Simple hands on technique , self help invaluable tool to support your well being and your capacity to cope optimally with life stresses! From first aid emergencies to deep revitalizing recharge and meditation. you will have
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Mediterranean diet cuts risk of first heart attack by 30%

MINNEAPOLIS: A Mediterranean diet with extra servings of olive oil or mixed nuts reduced the risk of a first heart attack, stroke and death by almost 30 per cent in less than five years, according to a study by Spanish researchers. Hi Dana I was thinking of putting this article on our
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Recovery from overindulgence with Chinese medicine

The result of overindulging is often headaches, hangovers, constipation, stomach problems or diarrhea. Over time it can cause you to add unwanted pounds, damage your digestive system, cause you to be tired .The most affected organ is the liver because of it’s role in metabolizin
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