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October News 

This month we're focussing on Inflammation and Heart Health, linked because of their association with blood, but really - inflammation can occur throughout the body anywhere as a result of inflammatory foods and environments. It presents in the body in a wide range of symptoms, from gut upsets to fertility issues to pain.

Find out how you can: 
  • minimise low grade inflammation throughout your body, 
  • protect not only your heart, but your overall health and 
  • manage inflammatory conditions naturally if you already have them. 

How To Detect Low-Grade Inflammation & Why It Needs To Be Stopped

Inflammation is a normal biological process that acts to protect the body in response to an injury or pathogen. However, if inflammation continues over a long period of time it can be harmful to the body. Chronic inflammation can cause tissue breakdown, pain syndromes and ultimately can lead to chronic disease like arthritis, cardiovascular disease, obesity and depression.  Inflammation can be triggered by numerous things including infection, toxins, poor dietary choices (refined carbohydrates, trans fats from processed fast foods) and excessive alcohol consumption. Inflammation can be a result of an overburden of toxins, intestinal dysbiosis or intolerances to certain foods. If inflammation is present within the digestive system the follow on effect will lead to nutrient deficiencies. Continue reading...


Inflamm-ageing: What It Is & 5 Simple Steps To Stop It

The medical world is beginning to view all chronic and degenerative illnesses — and even biological aging — as rooted in chronic inflammation. Are you inflamed? Here is a list of symptoms commonly associated with low-grade chronic inflammation. continue reading...

Eat Your Way To A Healthy Heart

Cardiovascular disease is a concern within our society however many of the risk factors are preventable through a healthy diet and exercise. Eating a diet high in vegetables, fresh fruit, whole grains, and healthy omega 3 essential fatty acids are protective measures that can be adopted. Furthermore avoiding processed foods, high in sugar and trans fatty acids and keeping active will have your heart in good health. Research strongly supports the Mediterranean-style diet to promote a health heart. It has been shown to reduce the risk of blood pressure and beyond that is protective against arthritis, alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, asthma, lung disease and allergies. Continue reading..

Natural Treatments For Cardiovascular Disease 


It is important to look after our bodies and prevent problems but what about when you have already been put in a risk category? Your blood pressure is high, you are overweight, you suffer anxiety and your heart beats far too fast or irregularly? You may have already had your first stroke or heart attack or have been diagnosed with some other cardio vascular condition? We can work hand in hand with any other treatments you are having and we are aware of herb-drug interactions. Having said this there is LOTS we can do to help you. Continue reading..


Tumeric: The Wonder Spice For Inflammation

Certain herbs and spices are known for their anti-inflammatory properties, and tumeric is fast becoming one of the most potent natural agents we have to fight inflammation. Turmeric contains the active ingredient curcumin, which has proven anti-inflammatory properties in conditions such as arthritis, muscle sprains and other injuries. Continue reading...


Natural Treatments for Low and High Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is the pressure of the blood in the arteries as it is pumped around the body by the heart. Blood pressure does not stay the same all the time. It changes to meet your body’s needs. It is affected by various factors, including body position, breathing, emotional state, exercise and sleep. It’s only when blood pressure consistently remains high or low that it causes problems. And there are lots of natural treatments available if this should happen. Continue reading..

It's Spring: Time to cleanse your body and kick start the weight loss you've gathered over the winter months. 

If you want to lose weight but need help, support, 
guidance or motivation, you're in luck.

This month, we are offering free mini consults with our naturopath Tracey to help get you on track. Call us on 33690045 to book your session.

Inspiration Board

Thank You 

From Viv, our receptionist:

"Hi everyone, I have now finished treatment and just wanted to say a great big thank you to you all! Thank you for your kind words, support, concern, positivity and healing energy. I cannot begin to express what this has meant to me. I feel really well and am focussed on resuming my normal life, only now with an even greater appreciation for the small things! I will be back at work on my regular days and look forward to seeing each and every one of you!
Thank you Mary and Peter for everything....far too many things to mention! You are amazing, generous and genuine people. You have shown me a kindness I could never repay and I am so thankful to have you in my life. To Joel, Justine, Tracey, Peta, Angela and Lisa, thank you for so much but especially your wonderful support! And last but not least, Kerry, Kerri-Anne and Lee, I am beyond grateful to each of you! You rearranged your lives to accomodate and support me, allowing me to continue working when I was able to and covering my shifts without hesitation when i wasn't well enough to be there. Everyone should be so lucky to be blessed with such beautiful friends!" 
Wishing you a great month.
Yours in health,
The team at Paddington Clinic.

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