The Medicine of Pseudo-Science


Naturopaths have a history of being mysteriously miraculous. It was one of the things that piqued my interest in the field (and actually continues to do so) from an early age. At 14 I borrowed a book about Cellular Biology from my local library and developed a keen interest in the body, at that same time I had my 1st visit with a Naturopath and I simply knew it was what I wanted to do.

At 21 years of age I threw myself into study of my own accord. I sacrificed many things to do so, and after 5 years and 2 qualifications I completed my course. The world was my organic free-range oyster.  Continue reading

Cowboys & Cave men


Pete Evans’ rise to fame was not so meteoric; he’s worked in television for most of my adult life, and I am pushing 40. Remember those awful Women’s Weekly cooking shows? Tedious. Tenuous. Terrible.

At the time I was studying to be a Naturopath and paving a unique path to wellness avoiding many of the ingredients he used. Like sugar, wheat flour and the like. He was so old school and uncool to me. Plus he had one of those faces that was not pretty and not ugly. Mediocre – like his cooking!  Continue reading

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