Natural and Holistic Medicine continues to grow globally for one simple reason..it gets results. We have conversations with patients that have achieved success by using natural medicines and holistic practitioners presenting cases.
Brain tumour teaches self-love
You have 4 children under 10 and a successful career only to find that your brain tumour has returned more aggressively. Your doctor tells you to prepare for death. The emotional roller coaster is unimaginable. Kate's incredible story brings hope, stability and humility to a precariously dangerous situation. For most of her life Kate was a 'giver' and 'receiving' didn't come easily. A brain tumour is a tough teacher.
Thank you to the Quest for Life foundation for assistance in this episode. If you need help or can volunteer or donate please visit their website: https://questforlife.org.au/
Something in our environment or food or medical approach is causing the rate of Autism diagnoses to rise sharply. This case study demonstrates the power of a holistic approach which in reality is the only way to tackle such a complicated condition. In this episode we follow the patients improvement from 3 to 16 years old. He has a remarkably wonderful outcome which will make you smile or cry (or perhaps both at the same time). Profound change is possible with a deep understanding.
Gilbert's Syndrome Needs Attention
Tired, jaundiced and nauseas? You may have Gilbert's syndrome ( a genetic liver issue) which may affect between 7% to 25% of the population depending on which part of the world you are from. Over time this condition will potentially impact your hormones and further diminish your liver's ability to detoxify. Medicine does not consider the condition serious but the symptoms experienced by some people demands an appropriate level of attention. Holistic practitioners consider the liver as key to good health.
Breathe Well to Live Well
Breathing and eating are critical to life. We talk so much about diet but relatively little about breathing. Yet the impact of breathing on our body's chemistry has an effect on almost every disease. Mim Beim is a breathing specialist and will discuss 3 patients covering sleep apnea, asthma and anxiety. If you want to improve your physical or mental health or enhance your sporting performance you'll be fascinated by this episode of a patient story.
Mould is a massive health issue
Can you imagine being so sick from mould that you slip into a coma for 3 years? That is what happened to Amie Skiltons patient. With 50% of Australian homes being potential 'mould bombs' this is a topic that must be taken seriously. Allergies, asthma, eczema and even cancer can have an association with mould. This story will really make you think about your residential and working environments and how it can impact you and your family.
Reverse Parkinson's Disease
A diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease can be devastating because the understanding that most doctors and patients have is that the condition is degenerative with an expectation of worsening symptoms. In this episode you will meet John Coleman who through unbelievable personal adversity reversed his Parkinson's symptoms and went on to support over 3000 other people diagnosed with the same condition.