Using the healing powers of nature to treat the whole person, not just the symptom.
Functional pathology and clinical testing may be required to support and verify treatment plans, providing more accurate assessment and outcomes.
We specialise in the following:
With our digestive system being at the core of our health, diet modifications are often prescribed. Diets are customized based on your health conditions to prevent or reverse disease. We will equip you with the tools necessary to be successful in implementing the necessary changes.
Herbal medicine is where the wisdom of traditional medicine meets modern research. Herbs can be used to treat numerous conditions, both acute and chronic, produces results, and does not have the side effects that western medications come with.
Personalised herbal prescriptions specific to your individual health requirements.
The Shake It Program has been specifically designed to assist your body to lose weight and keep it off by making it simpler to adhere to a lower caloric intake, and also through addressing the lifestyle and behavioural factors that are typically neglected in weight loss diets.
Further, once you have lowered your set-point, and reached your goal weight, the Shake It Program provides ongoing direction and guidance on how to maintain your new weight.
What is Body Composition?
Body composition is a method of describing what the body is made of. It also describes weight more accurately than BMI. Body composition analysis can accurately show changes in fat mass, muscle mass, and body fat percentage.
When you’re thinking of losing weight or simply want to see how healthy you are, you probably do one of two things: step on a scale or calculate your BMI. But the truth is, these methods don’t tell you anything about how healthy you are– all weight and BMI does is compare how heavy you are to a standard that doesn’t fit your individual goals. BMI and weight don’t differentiate between muscle and fat. So how can you? Through body composition analysis
Stepping on a body weight scale simply tells us the combined weight of all our body’s tissues. That weight may fluctuate throughout the day depending on the time of day, hydration status, if we have eaten, or what we are wearing.
In contrast, body composition reveals the relative proportions of fat and lean mass in the body. Fat mass consist of two types of fat: essential and nonessential fat. The second component of body composition, lean mass, refers to bones, tissues, organs and muscle.
Our body composition is a combination of our genetics and the environment we live in. You cannot change your genetics (blame your parents!) but you can do many lifestyle changes to improve your body composition.
Research has shown that your health is closely linked to your body composition. A normal balance of body fat is associated with good health and vitality whilst an excess in body fat in comparison to lean muscle mass, is associated with an increased risk of developing detrimental health conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.