Minerals are naturally occurring substances found in soil and rocks.  They are essential nutrients required to carry out key functions each day for your child’s optimal health.  We get minerals from our diet when we eat plant foods that have absorbed the nutrients directly from the soil.  Minerals are also found in meat from plant-grazing animals. If a growing child is deprived of any one of the important minerals, various functions may be impaired and therefore a contributing and underlying factor in many common childhood illnesses Minerals play the following roles in Children's Health ✅ Bone and teeth health ✅ Energy production ✅ Nerve and...

Minerals are naturally occurring substances found in soil and rocks.  They are essential nutrients required to carry out key functions each day for your child’s optimal health.  We get minerals from our diet when we eat plant foods that have absorbed the nutrients directly from the soil.  Minerals are also found in meat from plant-grazing animals. If a growing child is deprived of any one of the important minerals, various functions may be impaired and therefore a contributing and underlying factor in many common childhood illnesses Minerals play the following roles in Children's Health ✅ Bone and teeth health ✅ Energy production ✅ Nerve and...

Minerals are naturally occurring substances found in soil and rocks.  They are essential nutrients required to carry out key functions each day for your child’s optimal health.  We get minerals from our diet when we eat plant foods that have absorbed the nutrients directly from the soil.  Minerals are also found in meat from plant-grazing animals. If a growing child is deprived of any one of the important minerals, various functions may be impaired and therefore a contributing and underlying factor in many common childhood illnesses Minerals play the following roles in Children's Health ✅ Bone and teeth health ✅ Energy production ✅ Nerve and...

Fiona Stock - Fertility Naturopath The creation of life is a beautifully complex time and contemplating a healthy journey into conception provides your baby with the best possible start in life – the greatest gift a parent can give their child. The time a couple spends optimising their health before conception goes a long way towards achieving an enjoyable pregnancy and a healthy baby.  Prior to conception you will most likely have experienced a lifestyle that involves the exposure to stressors and toxins.  These factors are understood to impact the health outcomes of future generations. Fiona can naturally support you through preconception,...

Anti-Mullerian hormone or AMH is a hormone produced by the granulosa cells in your ovarian follicles and is a reflective of your ovarian reserve. The ovarian reserve is like a  basket of eggs and you are born with a basket full of eggs, and these eggs get used up over your lifetime. An AMH test can tell you your egg count and AMH level points to a diminished ovarian reserve (DOR)  or low egg count, which is why the hormone is linked to fertility. In other words, if you have DOR, this suggests the eggs in your basket are starting...

Temperature Your core body temperature can detect the presence of progesterone, which is the hormone you make following ovulation. Progesterone raises your core body temperature by approximately 0.3 degrees Celsius, which is enough to indicate that you’ve ovulated. It is important to start measuring your body temperature within a few days after your period has ended as this will capture any obvious rise in body temperature on your chart. Equipment: You will need a digital basal body temperature thermometer that measures to one decimal place (0.1) in Celcius. Method: Take your temperature under your tongue first thing in the morning before...

The Healthy Child Healthy Gut book helps you to achieve the best foundation to nurture your child’s health and wellbeing from birth into school-age years and beyond. Fiona Stock combines a wealth of naturopathic wisdom alongside the latest scientific research. Upon completion of each chapter you will be able to set in motion our easy-to-follow recommendations to nurture and restore your child’s health. Upon completing the book, you give your child the greatest gift that lasts a lifetime: A robust immune system and healthy cognitive function for optimal wellbeing and happiness. What's In the Book...

PANTRY ESSENTIALS As a parent, you want to choose nutritious foods that are naturally full of goodness.  Having a well- stocked pantry is your first step on the journey to eliminating processed foods from your cupboard.  It may seem a little daunting at first but once you begin the process of swapping your staples for healthier alternatives, the rest will fall into place.  Of course you don’t have to stock all of these suggestions. Canned food Sirena Tuna Organic Tomatoes Organic Chickpeas - easily whipped into a tasty hummus or used in soups, casseroles or salads. Organic lentils – add to soup,...

INGREDIENTS 12 cups of water 500g of pasture fed gravy beef 1.3kg of pasture fed beef soup bones 2 large carrots 1 large leek 2 large onions 3 cloves of garlic 2 stalks of celery 3 bay leaves 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar 3 teaspoons of black pepper (coarsely ground) 2-3 pinches of sea salt Method Best done in a slow cooker on low for 8-24 hours but a large stock pot will work fine. Roast soup bones on a baking sheet in a 200c oven for 30-40 minutes. Add bones, marrow, and all fat drippings directly to the slow cooker or stock pot. Be sure to collect the fat stuck to the baking...

Temperature Your core body temperature can detect the presence of progesterone, which is the hormone you make following ovulation. Progesterone raises your core body temperature by approximately 0.3 degrees Celsius, which is enough to indicate that you’ve ovulated. It is important to start measuring your body temperature within a few days after your period has ended as this will capture any obvious rise in body temperature on your chart. Equipment: You will need a digital basal body temperature thermometer that measures to one decimal place (0.1) in Celcius. Method: Take your temperature under your tongue first thing in the morning before...

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