Increased pressure on the lower oesophageal sphincter from food lingering in the stomach leads to regurgitation into the sensitive tissues of the oesophagus. The underlying principle of treating Heartburn is to increase digestive function.

Author: Lia Pellizzeri   Date Posted: 17 April 2017


Yogurt, particularly unsweetened Greek is packed full of beneficial nutrients such as protein, calcium, magnesium, B vitamins, vitamin A, potassium and omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. It is a great healthy snack for any age.

Author: Angela Fleming   Date Posted: 24 March 2017

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It is absolutely crucial you take care of your heart. We all know that prevention is better than cure. Following lifestyle modification and using other natural supplements can help support and maintain cardiovascular health in the vicinity of 60-70%.

Author: ANCP   Date Posted: 26 May 2016


The seed husks of Psyllium are rich in soluble fibre - which simply means the fibre soaks up water - and with this water the little husks turn into a gel-like substance that is great for digestive health. Here are our top uses for Psyllium Husks.

Author: ANCP   Date Posted: 19 April 2016


Our top 10 most interesting facts about ginger!

Author: Kaylee Dunbar   Date Posted: 22 December 2015


When you want to boost the quality of your diet you may want to consider adding some Superfoods. Superfoods are certain nutrient-rich foods with increased nutritional benefits that can help bolster your health.

Author: ANCP   Date Posted: 23 September 2014


Easiyo is not only the freshest yogurt you can get, with more beneficial live cultures in every spoonful, it contains no artificial ingredients and more calcium than store bought yogurt. We go over some of your FAQ's about this tremendous health food!

Author: ANCP   Date Posted: 11 June 2014


Naturopathic philosophy views poor health as beginning in your bowels and it’s little wonder that if waste matter sits in the bowel for too long, toxins may be reabsorbed into the bloodstream and put an extra burden on our system.

Author: Amber Houghton   Date Posted: 21 May 2014


Paw Paw has long been eaten for its great taste and digestive benefits. Many eat it for relief from constipation, diarrhoea and ulcers. It is common for the Paw Paw fruit to be fermented and made into an ointment which is useful for many common issues.

Author: Amber Houghton   Date Posted: 24 April 2014