Wellness Articles

Are You Inflamed?

Inflammation can be a good thing Everyone has experienced the remarkable phenomenon of acute inflammation – a sprained ankle, splinter, or cut – and as a result have witnessed the affected area turn red, puffy and hot as your immune system rushes to your aid to assess the injury and […]

The Mayo Clinic defines Metabolic Syndrome as

“a cluster of conditions — increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels — that occur together, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes.”

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Winter is Coming!

You’ve had the chimney swept and stacked the firewood, bought a new electric blanket, stocked up your emergency supplies, taken your car for its Winter service, and cleaned the gutters and downpipes. But is there anything you can do to prepare for common Winter ailments? Yes! Read on… Just like […]

Winter is coming - are you prepared?

Behavior medicine

Wellness is something to be claimed and experienced on a daily basis to enable us to dream bigger and better. We should be able to nurture and build our body each time it complains. I believe we have inbuilt systems that are capable of coping with almost any circumstances. But […]

Case Study — Management of the Gut Flora in a Child with Autistic Disorder

Autistic disorders, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and common childhood disorders are all accelerating exponentially in the 21st century. It is time to stand back and ask what is the underlining problem and solution. Clinically the eight year old was diagnosed with sensory integration disorder. His mother believed there was more […]

Case Study: Management of Glycated Haemoglobin Using Modern Nutrition Biochemistry and Lifestyle Changes

by Dr Gloria Hettige PhD & Dayandra Hettige MBA Diabetes is on the increase globally. It currently affects 246 million people worldwide and is expected to affect 280 million by 20151. Measurement of glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) is a fundamental strategy for tracking patients with diabetes. HbA1c is used to monitor […]

Does Nutrition Make a Difference?

I find it interesting to read articles and comments on the rising number of ADD/ADHD cases. I have found that an effective strategy for handling the problem is with proper nutritional support and by avoiding inflammatory food (e.g. sugar, gluten, wheat, soya and dairy). Avoiding the inflammatory food encourages detoxification […]