German doctor Samuel Hahnemann became discouraged by the often barbaric treatments used by medical practitioners of the late eighteenth century. He relinquished his medical practice to dedicate his time to chemistry and writing. Dr Hahnemann was fluent in...read more
Pets are very emotional and respond to different situations in an emotional capacity, the same way humans do. Emotions are amazing and the effect they have on our physical body is unbelievable, and it is the same for our animals. The fear that our fur babies...read more
Low blood sugar triggers a “must eat now” type of hunger – you feel shaky, weak lightheaded and irritable because your body wants you to correct the problem. Signs of low blood sugar include hunger, trembling, heart racing, nausea and sweating. In severe cases...read more
Collagen supports every joint in our body and improves elasticity of the skin (helping those wrinkles!), so it makes sense to include collagen in your daily diet. An easy and inexpensive way to do this is good old fashioned jelly with added gelatin. Add 4...read more
There are many things that causes Chronic Fatigue syndrome but before we look at the causes, let’s look at what Chronic Fatigue means? According to the Geddes & Grosset Dictionary Chronic means: Long Lasting, Fatigue means: A tiredness from mental and/ or physical...read more
How long to get over Glandular Fever is a very difficult question to answer. It belongs in the “how long is a piece of string” category and depends on a variety of factors... The answer depends on how the virus was treated when it was first contracted. If it has been...read more
Glandular Fever is widely linked to Chronic Fatigue symptoms. Chronic Fatigue is becoming more and more common within our Society. Glandular fever gives no quarter, it does not distinguish between a physically fit athletic body or somebody that is already immune...read more
I believe that glandular fever is a major cause of the many autoimmune diseases that our population are facing. Thyroid Disease: Glandular fever affects the thyroid gland as it is part of the endocrine system. The virus may make the thyroid what is called unstable,...read more
What Is Hair Analysis?
Hair analysis is a method of examining your weaknesses and determining whether or not you are lacking in vitamins, minerals or amino acids.
More importantly, it is a way of getting a composite picture of how your condition started to weaken, if there is an inherited factor causing the problem or an undiagnosed virus or bacteria.