Fertility and Pregnancy: Sydney Naturopath Explains How Natural Solutions Can Help
Kathleen McFarlane supports her fertility patients’ reproductive health by examining hormone levels, lifestyle practices, and environmental factors that might impact a woman’s ability to conceive. Sydney, AU – At Kathleen McFarlane’s Sydney naturopathy practice, she uses herbal and nutritional medicine in combination with lifestyle modifications to assist patients with a […]Read More
How Can A Woman Improve Her Chances For Successful Conception?
In parts one and two of our three-part blog series, Kathleen McFarlane explained what types of fertility patients she helps most frequently, as well as what her approach is. In this final installment, she discusses factors that can affect your ability to conceive: Some of the factors that affect a […]Read More
Naturopathic Techniques To Evaluate Fertility
Last week, in a blog post titled, Who Can Benefit From Fertility Support Through Naturopathy?, Kathleen McFarlane explains the types of patients she sees for naturopathic support for conception. In part two of our three-part series, she discusses her process for pre conception care and fertility support: When fertility patients […]Read More
Who Can Benefit From Fertility Support Through Naturopathy?
In my Naturopathic clinic I see a variety of women and men seeking help to boost their fertility. My most common fertility patient is a woman or couple who have recently decided they would like to have a baby and are looking for support to ensure they are in the […]Read More
What you should know about protein powder
Protein is a vital macronutrient required by the human body for tissue building and repair. It is also involved in many other functions such as hormone synthesis, immune regulation as well as energy production. Ideally we should aim to consume some form of protein at every meal (approximately 1/3 of […]Read More
Is all that screen time really healthy for our kids ?
In the past 5 years, our use of electronic screens has skyrocketed. Estimates are that primary school children are exposed to up to 7 hours a day in front of a screen eg computer, IPAD, TV, IPHONE, game player. This compares to basically none 50 years ago. Children often engage […]Read More