Flavor of the season:

We have been concentrating on the huge campaign for natural therapies in Australia- “Your Health Your Choice”. Express your choice for your healthcare. Private health fund rebates for natural therapies to be cut April 2019. Government has decided to cut the private health fund rebates as they declare that there are no evidence that 17 natural therapies are not effective. Is this true?

Complementary medicine and natural therapies are under threat from regulatory change and bias and that means YOUR choice of healthcare is under threat!

Consumer support is vital if we are going to protect future freedom of choice in healthcare.

We are asking for your help to reach the two in three Australians who use and value complementary medicine and natural therapies.

The Your Health Your Choice campaign www.yourhealthyourchoice.com.au is now live! 

Sign up and then share with your friends and family.


Read and decide for yourselves. Read further on https://www.yourhealthyourchoice.com.au/

Seminars this year:

We have a big conference on Homoeopathic Research to be held on 20 and 21 October in Sydney. Two wonderful days of insightful presentation on the topic of Research in Homoeopathy. 

Did You Know?

1)Goodness of eating Mangoes

Mangoes are packed with antioxidant vitamins C and A, and folate. The fruit is also a good source of fibre, copper, and vitamin B6, along with 20 other nutrients.

Mangoes contain many bioactive compounds, including mangiferin, an antioxidant that contributes to the fruit’s beneficial effects on blood glucose. In addition, mangos contain fibre, which can help lower glucose absorption into the bloodstream,” The study should be interpreted with caution because of inherent inaccuracies of pilot studies with small numbers of subjects. The clinical experience shows that sugar levels in India go crazy each summer during the mango season. 

Being overweight triggers several diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, among others.

For the pilot study, eleven men and nine women ages with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 to 45 kg/m2 stuck to their usual diet, exercise habits, and prescribed medicines but added 10 gram of freeze-dried mango.

Researchers found that after 12 weeks, participants had reduced blood glucose but there was no change in overall body weight. Waist size dropped in men, but not in women.

Edralin Lucas, associate professor of nutritional sciences at Oklahoma State University, College of Human Sciences.

Dr Anoop Misra, Fortis-C-DOC Centre for Diabetes Allahabad.

2) Health-Promoting Components of Fruits and Vegetables in the Diet

Consumers to increase the total amount to 9 to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables in all forms available. Fresh, processed fruits and vegetables including frozen and canned, cooked, 100% fruit juices and 100% vegetable juices, as well as dry fruits are all considered as servings of fruits and vegetables per day. A wide variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other plant foods provide a range of nutrients and different bioactive compounds including phytochemicals, vitamins, minerals, and fibers.

Dietary antioxidants or phytochemicals lower the risk of the development of chronic diseases has been primarily formulated from epidemiological observation studies, which have shown that regular consumption of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains is associated with a reduced risk of the development of chronic diseases.

Increasing evidence suggests that the health benefits of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other plant foods are attributed to the synergy or interactions of bioactive compounds and other nutrients in whole foods. Therefore, consumers should obtain their nutrients, antioxidants, bioactive compounds, or phytochemicals from their balanced diet with a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other plant foods for optimal nutrition, health, and well-being, not from dietary supplements. Further research on the health benefits of whole foods is warranted.

Details can be read here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3650511/


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