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"Being responsible for your own health, deciding to change your eating habits, taking up exercise, becoming more aware of the toxic environment you live in, are all steps to Self Healing".


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“Detox, why should I. What good, will it do?”

To reduce toxin build up in your body. An appropriate detox plan, raw plant foods, and plenty of water are the best way to increase your energy levels, boost your immune system, lose weight, banish cellulite, and improve your complexion amongst other things.


Detox starts with a change in your diet. You Spring Clean your houses, detox is a Spring Clean of Yourself. It provides the body with energy to operate efficiently in repairing damage caused to the liver and kidneys, (for example effects of prescribed medication; toxic environment) and helps the body rid itself of toxin build up from contaminated and cooked foods, smoking, the consumption of alcohol and all other environmental constancy. A detox programme if followed correctly will completely clean the body’s system. It will enhance digestion, circulation, improve immune resistance, sustain optimum health and improve the body’s elimination process. Using supplements that include high level anti-oxidants plus a combination of comprehensive vitamins and minerals the body will maintain a healthy internal environment. Oxygen supplement, Colosan powder is useful for colon cleansing and as part of detox programme.


Detox programme and Diet plan produced with the specific intention of own personal practice. For information purposes only, it is not meant as individual therapy or cure. You must decide for Yourself what is, or what is not good for You.


Anyone considering changing their diet should first consult their General Practitioner, Dr of Naturopathic Medicine or Holistic Practitioner, particularly pregnant, breastfeeding women and, those with specific medical requirements. Any decisions or actions taken are care of your own choice.




“Be Wise and Exercise!”

Books, Exercise DVD’s, Gyms, Online fitness videos, Personal regime, Personal Trainers, the list is endless and choice is all yours.


Physical exercise is a bodily activity that enhances / maintains physical fitness, health and wellbeing. Before undertaking any exercise programme consult your GP, Dr of Naturopathic Medicine or Holistic Practitioner.


A specific exercise program that you begin with should be designed for you and based on your current condition and capabilities. If you really want to you can  get fitter and healthier within weeks.


If exercise has not been undertaken for some time, start off with a gentle warm up of about 5 minutes. Continue gently working within your comfort zone with light exercises of your choice for about 10 minutes. (total 15mins exercise) do this daily, increasing your effort gradually over several weeks.


It is important to maintain regular breathing throughout exercise, try not to hold your breath as your muscles will need plenty of oxygen. It is not recommended to undertake any form of exercise if you feel dizzy, feel faint, feel unwell, or in pain. If any of these symptoms occur whilst exercising stop immediately.

Regular exercise can help:


                         • Improve balance

                         • Improve memory

                         • Improve psychological health

                         • Increase bone strength

                         • Increase flexibility

                         • Speed up body reaction time

                         • Sustain a sense of wellbeing

any form of exercise if good for your health and wellbeing

Exercise can also help with other health problems such as:


• Blood pressure control

• Bone rebuilding for those suffering with osteoporosis

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• Relief from constipation

• Insomnia (or other sleep problems)

• Joint lubrication and increased range of motion for those suffering with arthritis

• Strengthens abdominal muscles of those experiencing lower back pain


Exercising in a social setting alleviates loneliness and gives participants a more positive outlook on life. Taking part in dance or exercise classes at a senior or youth community centre is great for socialising.



Magnesium Therapy


When the body is deficient in magnesium over 300 enzymes are unable to function correctly. Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body - it can be found in human bones, teeth and red blood cells, and activates more enzyme systems than both Iron and Zinc combined.


Magnesium deficiency is a common health risk factor and is often undiagnosed. This mineral is principal in regulating how well the human body converts food into energy. Metabolism of carbohydrates and fats require numerous magnesium-dependent chemical reactions.


“What are the symptoms of magnesium deficiency can it be treated?”


Abnormal heart rhythm / Loss of appetite / Fatigue / Foot pain / Insomnia / Leg cramps / Low energy / Migraine / Nausea / PMS and Hormonal Imbalances / Vomiting.


Magnesium Oil is a natural concentrated form of Magnesium Chloride. It is applied directly to the skin for intense effect. (ingredients: 100 per cent natural source sea bed mineral salts and 31 per cent magnesium chloride)



Oxygen Therapy


“Without oxygen, the planet and its’ inhabitants wouldn’t survive. So what’s oxygen therapy”?


The administration of oxygen as a medical, natural or holistic intervention, which can be for a variety of purposes in both chronic and acute patient care.


The air we breathe contains oxygen, vital to every cell in the body. Body cells need oxygen to burn the food they get from the blood. A few minutes starved of oxygen the body loses consciousness and eventually it will expire.


Air normally contains about 21 per cent oxygen and 0.03 per cent carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide at that level does not poison the body.

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Air to Blood

Oxygen in the air passes quickly through lung tissue making it easy to absorb into the bloodstream. Oxygen rich blood is bright red and travels through arteries on the way out from the heart.


Oxygen supplements such as Aerobic Oxygen and OxyPlus are available and prescribed by Holistic Practitioners. These products detox and alkalize the body effectively.



Water (H²O) 


Dehydration is one of the most basic causes of disease.


Water accounts for about 60 per cent male weight and 50 per cent women weight. Total body water content must be kept within limits for the healthy function of cells and tissues. In temperate climates a minimum of 1.5 litres of water is lost by an adult every 24 hours through the skin as perspiration, from the lungs into the air, and in the urine to rid the body of toxic waste products.


In hot climates 2 to 5 litres of water may be lost in perspiration every day; if engaging in hard physical work loss can increase up to 10 litres. Large amounts of water are also lost in vomit or diarrhoea particularly in cases of cholera, and urine in cases of uncontrolled diabetes, mellitus, diabetes insipidus and some types of kidney failure.

Symptoms of Dehydration include:


•  Severe thirst

•  Dry lips

•  Dry tongue

•  Increase in heart rate and breathing rate

•  Dizziness

•  Confusion

•  Coma (only in the event of severe dehydration)


Coma treated with fluid and salt replacement. Fluids must be administered intravenously and carefully monitored by blood test.

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• Urine passed is small in quantity, dark coloured sometimes slightly pungent odour.

• Lethargy

• Headache

• Cramps

• Dry skin


The simplest rule to prevent dehydration is to drink enough water. Sometimes this means drinking well beyond the point of thirst.

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