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2013 Editions of 'The Natural Therapist'

The Natural Therapist
Issue: 28 No.3 | Nov 2013

Included in this edition:

Discovering More Benefits of Nutrients During Pregnancy
Research continues to reveal the impact maternal nutrition can have on the life of the offspring.

Gina Lithotomos

Supporting healthy, fertile sperm
More than a third of fertility problems in couples are due to poor sperm health. Even if itís not the main factor, majority of men can make significant improvements to the health of their sperm thereby increasing the chances of conception.

Dr David Cannata

Tongue Diagnosis in Traditional Chinese Medicine
A traditional Chinese medical (TCM) diagnosis has two essential aspects. Firstly, a description of the patientís main complaint expressed in terms of the disease process (including the etiology and pathogenesis), and secondly an assessment of the state of health of the person as a whole.

Tony Reid

The Resurgence of Kava
Late last century the herb kava (Piper methysticum) was emerging as a serious player in the battle against anxiety.

Kerry Bone

What is Ayurveda?
Ayu means lifespan, longevity, and Veda means science. So Ayurveda means the Science of Life, Lifespan, and Longevity.

Neerja Ahuja

Could Aneuploidy hold the key to a better understanding of Cancer Drug Resistance?
The many complex phenotypes of cancer have all been attributed to “somatic mutation.”

Manuela Malaguti-Boyle

ANTA News and Features

Standing Council on Health: Regulation of Unregistered Health Practitioners

Medibank Private Imposed Limit on Number of Clinic Addresses Allowed

Happiness & Its Causes 2014
29 & 30 May 2014
Seymour Centre, Sydney

ANTA Sponsorship of World Congress on Aromatic and Medicinal Plants (WOCMAP) - Brisbane 2014

ACFB Wins a Prestigious Award!

Paramount College Graduation 2013

The Natural Therapist - November 2013
The Natural Therapist
Issue: 28 No.2 | July, 2013

Included in this edition:

Acupuncture Outperforms Traditional Treatment in Relieving Pain
A rigorous review has found that acupuncture outperforms both traditional treatment and fake acupuncture in relieving arthritis and migraines, as well as chronic neck, back and shoulder pain.

China Books

Vitamin K: Essential for bone health
While it has built a strong reputation for its role in blood coagulation, research is showing that vitamin K also plays a critical role in bone health.

Dr David Cannata

The Four Great Schools of TCM
Precursor to contemporary TCM theory and practice

During the Jin-Yuan dynastic period1 Chinese medicine entered a phase of rapid growth and development, largely due to the achievements of four eminent physicians

Tony Reid

Can Herbs Protect Against Radiation Damage?
After the Fukushima nuclear disaster I was asked by many patients and colleagues if there are herbs that can protect against the damaging effect of ionizing radiation.

Kerry Bone

The link between Coeliac Disease, Chronic Inflammation & Malignancy
Angiogenesis, the growth of new blood vessels, is needed anywhere new tissue is growing. This process not only occurs in benign and malignant tumours, but also in wound healing, ovulation, menstruation and pregnancy.

Manuela Malaguti-Boyle

The New Flower Essences: Combining Ancient Technology with Future Science
Flower essences are a profound form of energy medicine and have long been part of the tradition of Earth-based and Shamanic healing.

Dr. Natalia M Schotte

Consultation Regulation Impact Statement Submission
Regulating the advertising of therapeutic goods to the general public Version 4.6, May 2013


The Natural Therapist - July 2013
The Natural Therapist
Issue: 28 No.1 | March, 2013

Included in this edition:

Saffron: An Impressive Range of Health Benefits from this Age-old Spice
Saffron (Crocus sativus) is the world’s most expensive spice. That’s because it is still hand-harvested from the beautiful lilac-purple flowers of a small low-growing crocus.

Kerry Bone

Enhancing Fertility with Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine
Two recently published systematic reviews suggest that TCM herbal treatment may provide superior results compared with conventional treatments (i.e. drug therapy or IVF) in the treatment of infertile women.

Tony Reid

Providing long-term relief from arthritis
There are few who willingly accept or even acknowledge when their body has past its prime. The progression of arthritis can really flourish under our ability to neglect these signs of a deteriorating body.

Dr David Cannata

An overview of the use of Natural Compounds to Reduce Drug Resistance in Conventional Cancer Therapy: The role of Polysaccharide Krestin (PSK)
Cancer cells are better able to adapt to stress than normal cells.

Manuela Malaguti-Boyle

Serenoa repens (Saw palmetto) as an Effective Treatment for Symptoms Arising from Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
Serenoa repens is a natural extract which is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative/adjunctive treatment in prostate diseases.

David Cronin

The Natural Therapist - March 2013

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Issue: 31 No.2 | July 2016

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