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    Holistic (Patient) Centred Care for Hypercholesterolemia

    Cholesterol has numerous essential functions in the body. It is precursor for vitamin D and steroid hormone synthesis and also plays a role in lipid digestion as a precursor for bile salts, while also forming part of the lipid bilayers of the body’s cell membranes.

  • Supporting detoxification – an overview

    Supporting detoxification – an overview

    Every day, our bodies are exposed to pollutants and chemicals (i.e. exotoxins) and endogenous (metabolism) waste products (i.e. endotoxins). We process and eliminate most of these toxins as part of normal detoxification and elimination processes, via the liver, kidneys, intestines, skin, lungs and lymph. However, sometimes detoxification and elimination is impaired due to lifestyle, environmental and/or genetic factors.

  • Adrenal fatigue in modern life and the need for a collaborative model

    Adrenal fatigue in modern life and the need for a collaborative model

    General Adaptation Syndrome is one of the hall markers of modern day life for many people. Unfortunately it is the exhaustion stage of this cycle rather than the Alarm and Resistance stages that brings people to seek holistic support. In this case a 39 year old female presented with extreme early evening fatigue marked with fluctuating pictures of insomnia.

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