18 results found for: cancer

Acupuncture for cancer-related fatigue

Acupuncture is a promising intervention to help people with cancer-related fatigue. Acupuncture may also help with other distressing symptoms and improve overall wellbeing and quality of life.

Acupuncture for cancer-related pain

  “Acupuncture is effective in relieving cancer-related pain, particularly malignancy-related and surgery-induced pain. Our findings suggest that acupuncture can be adopted as part of a multimodal […]

Pain Conditions

Acupuncture is incredibly helpful for a wide range of pain conditions and symptoms. The following areas have been widely studied and have a lot of research […]

Other Health Issues

We help people to: manage the symptoms of their health conditions help control side effects emotionally adjust to chronic or complex health conditions provide deep relaxation […]

Ginseng – the wonder herb

Feeling tired? Finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning? Feeling the effects of stress? Looking for a pick-me-up that’s better than caffeine? Maybe you need ginseng!

Recipe: Spicy Mango Salsa

Mango… the taste of Summer!

If you adore mango, then rest assured that when you’re enjoying this sweet juicy natural indulgence, you’re also doing your health a favour. Good news!

Recipe: Authentic Tomato Bruschetta

Basic bruschetta is toasted, garlic-rubbed, oil-drizzed bread. Tomato and basil topping is a popular variation on this simple, timeless classic.

The 6 Foundations of Feeling Great

Put your best foot forward with the 6 Foundations of Wellbeing…

Recipe: Healthy Superfood Blueberry Jam

With blueberries and chia seeds both bursting with anti-ageing antioxidants, and chia seeds together with cinnamon to enhance energy and metabolism, this is a jam that will keep you young and vibrant…

Recipe: Autumn Carrot and Ginger Soup

Strengthen your energy and fight off colds and flu – delicious Autumn Carrot and Ginger Soup recipe…

Recipe: Peperonata Napoli-style

Make the most of vitamin-rich capsicum with this week’s simple and delicious treat…

Do tea and coffee count as water?

Do tea and coffee count as water? It’s a good question! Here’s the Chinese medicine view…

Recipe: Roasted Spiced Cauliflower

Inspired by COOH on Pitt Rd in North Curl Curl – their delicious salad blends spicy roasted cauliflower, fresh mint, fresh coriander, pine nuts, pomegranate seeds and tahini dressing – amazing!!

Recipe: Oat Porridge

The perfect way to keep your inner fire glowing when it’s cold or gloomy outside…

Recipe: Garlic Roasted Broccoli

Broccoli is a health powerhouse and coming into season now. Roasting is a perfect way to concentrate Yang-energy to give you a boost when it’s cold outside.

IVF – what else should I be doing?

“What else should I be doing?”

This is the #1 question that women ask us when they are doing IVF.

Here’s some of the advice that we give women when they ask us this question…