Kangaroo as an Alternative Source of Meat

Kangaroo as an Alternative Source of Meat

Have you tried Kangaroo as an alternative source of meat – Here’s some reasons why it is worth giving a go…. Kangaroo meat is a good healthy way of increasing protein and adding diversity to your diet. Especially if you are currently working on the AIP (Autoimmune) diet with your Lucy Rose practitioner or even just trying to […]

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Cooking Methods, Cancers, and Carcinogens

Cooking Methods, Cancers, and Carcinogens

Food preparation is a wondrous thing, it will often increase the food value in nutrition and taste. Poorer cooking methods may also decrease the health value of food in our diets. Many of the changes are easily visible to the human eye, like as meat cooks we see the colour and texture of it change, […]

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Iodine and Thyroid

Iodine and Thyroid

Is Iodine The Missing Link To True Health? Iodine deficiency is a serious health problem. The real evidence is overwhelming. Iodine is the most important nutrient involved in thyroid health. For this reason it is imperative we have adequate intake to maintain optimal health. All cells in the body need iodine. There is a lot […]

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Candida, Thrush and the Thyroid

Candida, Thrush and the Thyroid

Thrush is a condition caused by the fungus Candida albicans. It occurs because the immune system — especially cellular immunity and nutrition— is depressed. Therefore, one would expect the infection to remain as long as immunity is suppressed. It can occur on any mucus membrane in the body including the mouth, digestive tract and genital […]

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Check your own Thyroid by Temperature

Check your own Thyroid by Temperature

Dr. Broda Barnes’s Temperature Testing Protocol You will need a mercury thermometer (digital thermometers can be used but aren’t as accurate). This needs to be done first thing in the morning before getting out of bed. Leave the thermometer on your bedside, so as soon as your alarm goes off you can reach for it […]

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Thyroid Cancer in Australians

Thyroid Cancer in Australians

Although the rising incidences of Cancer are well recorded, information on thyroid cancer is not often in the papers. In 2012, thyroid cancer was estimated to account for 2,100 disability adjusted life years (DALYs) in Australians. Of these, 1,200 were years lost due to premature death and 880 were years of healthy life lost due […]

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Support when diagnosed with Cancer

How do we get support? People often feel overwhelmed, scared, anxious and upset after a diagnosis of cancer. These are all normal feelings. Having practical and emotional support during and after diagnosis and treatment of any type of cancer is very important. Support may be available from family and friends, health professionals or special support […]

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