Has your struggle with allergies hit an all-time high? If stepping outside on a sunny, spring day makes your eyeballs feel like they are on fire, it’s time to heal your gut… hang on, what? Let me explain… Allergies occur when your immune system overreacts to something normally harmless, such as pollen or dust mites, triggering inflammation and producing allergic symptoms. These range from hay fever (also known as allergic rhinitis), digestive discomfort, eczema and asthma, to life-threatening anaphylaxis. While quick-fix medications, such as antihistamines, provide symptomatic relief, targeting the underlying drivers of allergy, particularly your gut health and function, can provide long-term...

Do you yearn for a good night’s sleep, only to find that sleep does not yearn for you? Quality rest is an important part of getting through the daily grind, yet nearly 50% of Australian adults experience two or more sleep-related problems, including difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep and daytime sleepiness.1 While the occasional night of poor sleep is annoying, ongoing sleep disturbances can lead to bigger issues including emotional difficulties, brain fog, poor job performance, and even accidents or injury. Even more alarming, long-standing insomnia is associated with many chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and mood disorders.2 The good...

If you have ever browsed the shelves of your local supermarket or Pharmacy, you will have seen bottles of omega-3 capsules, typically recommended for maintaining a healthy heart and for reducing inflammation in conditions such as arthritis. Did you know that these essential fatty acids are also vital for a healthy pregnancy and for the health of your baby? Omega-3: Vital for Baby’s Brain Development Essential fatty acids act as building blocks for your baby’s brain and eye development, and an omega-3 deficiency during pregnancy can have permanent effects on your child’s cognitive function. Scientific studies found that children whose mothers did...

Whether due to an intolerance or allergy, the choice to follow a vegan diet, or the want to reduce environmental impact, the number of people choosing to go dairy-free has risen dramatically. To meet this demand, the range of non-dairy milks has never been greater. Derived from grains and legumes, each type of milk alternative comes with its own benefits. However, some milks may have hidden pitfalls, such as additives or greater ‘food miles’. Given the myriad of dairy-free options, how do you choose the right one for your needs? To help you make an informed choice, read on for...

Taking collagen for its health and healing properties has become a popular trend in recent years. Naturally found in the connective tissue of animals,1 it is the main protein responsible for keeping the tissue that connects, supports, binds, or separates other tissues or organs firm and flexible.2 Making up 30% of our physical architecture,3 your body needs plenty of collagen to help it heal and regenerate. As such, supplementing collagen can help to support and enhance the repair of your body. Read on to learn how collagen can help you from the inside out! Culinary Collagen Because collagen is found within connective tissue rather than...

The vital function of vitamin C include producing and maintain healthy collagen, the fibrous protein that gives strength to connective tissues, skin, cartilage, bones, teeth and joints. Vitamin C supports the body cells and brings more rapid healing to injured tissues and broken bones.   With its collagen function, adrenal support and immune response support, it helps the body defend against infection. Collagen formation also supports and strengthens red blood cell walls.  Its antioxidant properties protect against damage to cells.  A super immune booster which helps to protect from infections such as coughs and colds.  It also facilitates the absorption of iron...

B12 maintains nerve cell function and boosts the production of red blood cells to support energy levels, memory and cognitive function.  Cobalamin also benefits mood, heart, skin, hair plus maintaining a healthy nervous system, cardiovascular system and gut health. Low B12 levels are also associated with depression.   Food high in B12 for children's natural health This is a list of foods high in vitamin B12. ✅ Liver ✅ Beef kidney ✅ Beef ✅ Chicken ✅ Clams ✅ Oysters ✅ Sardines ✅ Trout ✅ Salmon ✅ Tuna ✅ Haddock ✅ Flounder ✅ Scallops ✅ Cottage cheese ✅ Halibut ✅ Perch.   Children's natural Therapies - Deficiency Signs Here is a list of signs and symptoms that your child may display if they...

Also known as vitamin H, biotin keeps the nervous system healthy by supporting nerve signals between the cells.  It improves memory, concentration and helps provide a positive outlook on life. B7 is also essential for the production of red blood cells and blood flow to support brain function.  It’s a pillar of strength for the gut and aids with weight loss.  Often referred to as the beauty vitamin because it’s responsible for healthy glowing skin and strong nails and hair growth.   Foods high in B7 to support children's holistic health These foods are high in vitamin B7. ✅ Liver ✅ Egg yolk ✅ Peanuts ✅ Almonds ✅...

Folate is crucial for proper brain function at all stages of childhood cognitive development and therefore plays an important role in your child’s mental health and emotional wellbeing. B9 is essential for healthy red blood cells, circulation and good energy.  It also supports healthy skin and may help with healing skin conditions.   CHILDREN'S NATURAL HEALTH - FOODS HIGH IN FOLATE The foods listed below are naturally high in folate. ✅ Chicken liver ✅ Beef liver ✅ Wheat germ ✅ Asparagus ✅ Lettuce ✅ Dark leafy green vegetables ✅ Spinach ✅ Fresh orange juice ✅ Legumes ✅ Broccoli ✅ Irish potatoes ✅ Nuts ✅ Beetroot ✅ Pumpkin.   Children's Natural therapies - Deficiency signs Here is a list of common deficiency...

Pantothenic acid is commonly referred to as the anti-stress vitamin and also helps relieve irritability and anxiety.  It’s involved in the production of neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine that helps to boost memory and regulate the nervous system.  B5 is also required for energy production, fat metabolism and normal brain function. Pantothenic acid can be used to treat allergies, headaches, arthritis, psoriasis, insomnia, asthma and infections   foods high in B5 for healthy children Foods high in B5 include the following:   ✅. Liver ✅. Organ meats ✅. Eggs ✅. Soybeans ✅. Broccoli ✅. Wheat germ ✅. Wheat bran ✅. Crude molasses ✅. Wholegrain breads ✅. Cereals ✅. Peanuts ✅. Mushrooms ✅. Beef ✅. Haddock ✅. Green leafy vegetables ✅. PeaS ✅. Beans ✅....

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