Page: Blog

Search

How To Manage Stress and Acne – A Naturopathic Perspective Part 2

Are stress and acne tag-teaming against your clear skin goals? Don’t worry, because a naturopathic approach has got your back! It’s all about addressing the underlying causes and giving your body the support it needs to heal naturally.  In the following sections, we’ll explore a range of naturopathic recommendations to help you effectively manage both stress and acne. These recommendations encompass personalised lifestyle changes, dietary modifications, functional testing, and the

Read More »

The Link Between Stress and Acne: A Naturopathic Perspective Part 1

Acne is a common skin condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Whilst many factors can contribute to the development of acne, stress is a significant contributor that is often overlooked. In this blog, we will delve into the ways in which stress impacts various bodily systems and functions, and how these effects can contribute to the occurrence of acne outbreaks. The Connection between Stress and Acne Stress is a

Read More »

Healing Soup for the Soul

As Autumn is upon us and winter is fast approaching, its the perfect time to expand your soup repertoire and get the nourishment soup season offers. This is a staple soup in my house and something both my kids and partner all love. The healing bone broth and simplicity of the veggies and pulses is a lovely, balanced mix and you’re not left feeling starving like after some other soups.

Read More »

Bio-Hacking Essentials For Modern Life

By Master Chiropractor and ALTR Practitioner Nick Dawe People are tired, and perhaps wary also, of a list of benefits for a product or service. The real question someone could ask themselves is… Why don’t I surround myself with nourishment and good feelings all the time? Why do I settle for sub par energy, quick un-gratifying stimulants/relaxants or cheap entertainment, poor sleep, a perception of having no time for ourselves

Read More »

How To Have High Vibrations in 2023!

By pH Clinic Psychotherapist Eloise King If there’s one truism in life (more interesting than death and taxes) it’s that life, itself, is motion. Never static, always changing, and never within your undivided control. Whether it’s a variation in weather patterns, the fluctuating economy, a global pandemic, or changing priorities of your friends and family members (think marriage, divorce, becoming parents, empty nesters, redundancies, career highs, new love, monetary windfalls,

Read More »

Unlock the magic of protein for breakfast

Written by resident Naturopath Ali Berecry @the_forensic_naturopath When I studied nutrition at uni we were taught you needed between 0.8-1.2g of protein per kg body weight each day. So, if you weighed 65kg you needed (on average) 65g of protein, unless you did significant amounts of training.Since then there’s been a real explosion of research into how crucial lean body mass (i.e. muscle) is for healthy ageing and optimal metabolic

Read More »

Could poor breathing be effecting your Iron levels?

Do you struggle with having low iron levels, even after supplementation and iron infusions? One of the many contributing factors could be the way that you breathe. We breathe 30,000 times a day and as a species, the majority of humans are not in fact breathing correctly.  There will be too much Oxygen (O2) and not enough Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in your bloodstream. This results in High (O2), and low

Read More »

My Breath Work & Ice Bath Experience

Hi! My name is Talia and I am the latest addition to the pH Clinic team as the full time Clinic Co-ordinator. I am so excited to be part of the pH family. I have been a long time health enthusiast dabbling in mindfulness/meditation, yoga, essential oils and crystals, homeopathy, personal development and am also a qualified meditation teacher. I really enjoy surrounding myself with like-minded individuals, and am so

Read More »

Stop turning the Sauna up too HOT!🔥

Saunas, especially Infrared Saunas are getting extremely popular due to the huge number of health benefits that they can provide and because they feel great.  However, there is a massive lack of understanding about what settings to use when in the Sauna. I’m often left baffled when I hear some of my patients or other people in the clinic proudly telling me they can sit in the sauna at 70ºc

Read More »

Healthy Winter Fat

Winter is over and many of us may have loosened the reigns on our healthy habits and hibernated more than we intended to? Perhaps our fat stores are a little over supplied and we’re only noticing it now we are taking some layers off? Packing on a few extra kg’s over winter is a natural process to assist with thermal regulation but there is a fine line of what’s healthy

Read More »
Search

How To Manage Stress and Acne – A Naturopathic Perspective Part 2

Are stress and acne tag-teaming against your clear skin goals? Don’t worry, because a naturopathic approach has got your back! It’s all about addressing the underlying causes and giving your body the support it needs to heal naturally.  In the following sections, we’ll explore a range of naturopathic recommendations to help you effectively manage both stress and acne. These recommendations encompass personalised lifestyle changes, dietary modifications, functional testing, and the

Read More »

The Link Between Stress and Acne: A Naturopathic Perspective Part 1

Acne is a common skin condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Whilst many factors can contribute to the development of acne, stress is a significant contributor that is often overlooked. In this blog, we will delve into the ways in which stress impacts various bodily systems and functions, and how these effects can contribute to the occurrence of acne outbreaks. The Connection between Stress and Acne Stress is a

Read More »

Healing Soup for the Soul

As Autumn is upon us and winter is fast approaching, its the perfect time to expand your soup repertoire and get the nourishment soup season offers. This is a staple soup in my house and something both my kids and partner all love. The healing bone broth and simplicity of the veggies and pulses is a lovely, balanced mix and you’re not left feeling starving like after some other soups.

Read More »

Bio-Hacking Essentials For Modern Life

By Master Chiropractor and ALTR Practitioner Nick Dawe People are tired, and perhaps wary also, of a list of benefits for a product or service. The real question someone could ask themselves is… Why don’t I surround myself with nourishment and good feelings all the time? Why do I settle for sub par energy, quick un-gratifying stimulants/relaxants or cheap entertainment, poor sleep, a perception of having no time for ourselves

Read More »

How To Have High Vibrations in 2023!

By pH Clinic Psychotherapist Eloise King If there’s one truism in life (more interesting than death and taxes) it’s that life, itself, is motion. Never static, always changing, and never within your undivided control. Whether it’s a variation in weather patterns, the fluctuating economy, a global pandemic, or changing priorities of your friends and family members (think marriage, divorce, becoming parents, empty nesters, redundancies, career highs, new love, monetary windfalls,

Read More »

Unlock the magic of protein for breakfast

Written by resident Naturopath Ali Berecry @the_forensic_naturopath When I studied nutrition at uni we were taught you needed between 0.8-1.2g of protein per kg body weight each day. So, if you weighed 65kg you needed (on average) 65g of protein, unless you did significant amounts of training.Since then there’s been a real explosion of research into how crucial lean body mass (i.e. muscle) is for healthy ageing and optimal metabolic

Read More »

Could poor breathing be effecting your Iron levels?

Do you struggle with having low iron levels, even after supplementation and iron infusions? One of the many contributing factors could be the way that you breathe. We breathe 30,000 times a day and as a species, the majority of humans are not in fact breathing correctly.  There will be too much Oxygen (O2) and not enough Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in your bloodstream. This results in High (O2), and low

Read More »

My Breath Work & Ice Bath Experience

Hi! My name is Talia and I am the latest addition to the pH Clinic team as the full time Clinic Co-ordinator. I am so excited to be part of the pH family. I have been a long time health enthusiast dabbling in mindfulness/meditation, yoga, essential oils and crystals, homeopathy, personal development and am also a qualified meditation teacher. I really enjoy surrounding myself with like-minded individuals, and am so

Read More »

Stop turning the Sauna up too HOT!🔥

Saunas, especially Infrared Saunas are getting extremely popular due to the huge number of health benefits that they can provide and because they feel great.  However, there is a massive lack of understanding about what settings to use when in the Sauna. I’m often left baffled when I hear some of my patients or other people in the clinic proudly telling me they can sit in the sauna at 70ºc

Read More »

Healthy Winter Fat

Winter is over and many of us may have loosened the reigns on our healthy habits and hibernated more than we intended to? Perhaps our fat stores are a little over supplied and we’re only noticing it now we are taking some layers off? Packing on a few extra kg’s over winter is a natural process to assist with thermal regulation but there is a fine line of what’s healthy

Read More »

Stay up to date

Join our newsletter to get the latest news, updates and special offers.