What is this "Functional Evaluation" and "Lingual Neuro Testing" that Nutritional Therapy Practitioners talk about?
Blood sugar regulation, a fundamental and vital role for hormone health.
I'm talking about stomach acid! It's your first line of defence from all those outside nasties that we put inside our bodies along with the food we eat.
Many of us search the world to find those that can help us achieve the health that we desire, yet few of us realise that the ability to achieve health awaits us in our own 'backyard'.
You may have heard that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result. Why do we do this to ourselves? When it comes to diet, we definitely need to break habits.
Can you remember being told to slow down and chew your food? How irritating! Life's too short to spend time masticating your dinner. But what if your life depended on it?
As we head back for another school term, the biggest obstacle to achieving healthy lunches is finding healthy food that our loved ones look forward to eating.
A little bit of self-care goes a long way for your self-worth and mindset. Here's how to do it .
NTA's Nutritional Therapy Practitioners use the body's innate intelligence to assess their client's needs. What exactly is it?
Are you ageing or deteriorating? Because ageing should not be a progression toward disease.
Is male menopause simply a part of the ageing process? Or is loss of sex drive, strength, energy and enthusiasm for life preventable?
Think that injuries requiring anti-inflammatories, pain killers, cortisone and physiotherapy are just part of life? Here's a different perspective for you.
You won't enjoy optimal health without it! Dysregulation disrupts all aspects of human physiology e.g. energy; integrity of tissues in every organ and blood vessel; hormonal balance; and brain health.
It's the start of a New Year - a great time for an annual health check up right? Off you go to the Doctor and say "Doc give me the full work up!". But then your results come back and everything is "normal"... but is it? Do you feel "normal"?
Tips to help you survive the temptations of festive feasts.
Inflammation and high cholesterol can be effectively managed through nutritional therapy.
And why it's critical for good health.
Digestion. Not the most appetising dinnertime conversation. We don’t talk about it often, but so many of us suffer from the ill effects of digestive dysfunction.
Do anti-inflammatory pain killers work for you? Here's why.
Inflammatory bowel disease is on the increase throughout the world, with the potential to become a global epidemic. The worst thing you can do is ignore it.
Don't let 'little' health concerns turn into big ones by ignoring their warning signs.
We've all heard the phrase 'you are what you eat'. How about 'you feel what you eat?' or 'your children are what you eat?' Get ready to learn about the awesome power of food!
Is our low fat phobia really keeping us healthy inside and out?
Terri is an NTP, Registered Nurse and Reiki practitioner. She takes a multi-dimensional approach to working with clients and can be found at https://www.terricheyne.com/
Rob Jones, NTP graduate of 2016 is originally from Manchester and has a marketing role with the Natural Therapy Industry across Australia, NZ and the UK, for which he intends to apply his newfound knowledge of functional nutrition.
Thomas is a student of the NTA with a special interest in soil biology. He plans to help people with severe Ulcerative Colitis make the same remarkable recovery through nutrition. Watch this space!
Cush is a graduate of NTA Australia's Class of 2015. She is a Naturopath and Body Talk Practitioner with a clinic in Wellington, New Zealand. Cush works with remote clients, and you can find her at www.cushreid.co.nz
Ilse is a graduate of NTA Australia's Class of 2015. She lives in Emerald and is passionate about health and nutrition. Find her at balancedbodiesnutritionaltherapy.com.au
Morgan is a graduate of NTA Australia's Class of 2015. From North Queensland, she is part of the team at Pure Core Nourishment in Townsville.
Kerrie is a graduate of NTA Australia's Class of 2015. She combines energetic healing modalities with Nutritional Therapy and resides in Canberra.
Mick Wilson is a graduate of NTA Australia's Clas of 2015. He resides in North Queensland and is looking forward to helping people understand ulcerative colitis and how to manage it.
Leanne is a very busy certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Integrative Health Coach. She hopes to change the health of the future generations through loving support and knowledge, which is why she has brought the NTA to Australia & New Zealand. Find Leanne at www.purecorenourishment.com.au
Carey is a graduate of NTA's first class in Australia. She resides in North Queensland and is part of the team of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners at Core Nourishment in Townsville.