Clinc closing – its holiday time.

Hi ALL This  is a quick email to advise / remind everyone that the clinic will be closed for Christmas holidays from the Wednesday  18th of December 2013 to Monday 13th January 2014.  If you are requiring any supplements or remedies, please contact the clinic this week, so I can have them ready for you to collect. If you are looking for an appointment before I go, I have a few time available

new location. new services. new excitment!!

We have MOVED !! Exciting News – PLEASE READ Perfect Health Body and Mind now operates from 29 Short Street Nambour QLD 4560 Sharyn is currently in USA upgrading her knowledge and skills to become a trainer for the BioSET therapy. The PHBM clinic will re-open on 16th October. The new phone number will be 07 5441 5220. The existing number 07 5445 8777 will be in operation advising all callers of

2013 August Blurb – Dietary Iron. Too little, too much or just right

The importance of iron Iron is an important dietary mineral that is involved in various bodily functions, one of which is the transport of oxygen in the blood. This is essential in providing energy for daily life. Iron has many other jobs such as: bone formation and growth, immune resistance, respiration, skin and nail formation and the synthesis of neurotransmitters. Good sources of iron include red meat, liver, dark leafy green

2013 July Blurb. Detoxification. Chelation, a very important part.

Chelation.  A very important part of detoxification Did you know that newborn babies can have an average of 200 industrial chemicals and pollutants already present in their blood? As we make our way through life, toxins enter our body through the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, and even through our skin. The world we were designed to live in over millions of years has recently changed. And

2013 June Blurb. The problem with Mould

Mould Approximately 5% of the population is predicted to have, at some time, allergic symptoms from moulds. The most common symptom associated with mould exposure is hypersensitivity – source Did you know that mould can be an underlying cause to many health issues? Some people are allergic to or sensitive to mould. The most common symptoms of mould exposure are cough, congestion, runny nose or trouble breathing. Mould can

2013 May Blurb – BioSET can help with Cadidiasis

Did you know BioSET assists with Candidiasis  What is Candidiasis Candidiasis or candida is a systemic overgrowth of yeast that takes advantage of a disruption in the balance of microorganisms in your gut. This balance of ‘gut flora’ is a crucial part of your immune

2013 April Blurb – From the heart close to this family – Cystic Fibrosis

My brother Deon and his wife Katrina would like to spread the word about a little recognised but devastating incurable disease – Cystic Fibrosis. The video shares the story, the pain, the hope, the journey, the life of Sam, my incredible and mischievous nephew who lives everyday with challenges of CF.  This short video clip was put together by my sister in law

2013 February Blurb

BioSET – BioEnergetic Sensitivity Enzyme Therapy, a computerised electro dermal testing therapy used to assess specific areas of the body and their current function. This technique easily and accurately finds areas of dysfunction and disharmony within the body. Recharge your energy and vitality. Read here. Did you know that BioSET assists Adrenal fatigue/imbalance? Do you think you might have symptoms of adrenal fatigue? You feel tired for no reason. You are feeling rundown or

Perfect Health Newsletter December 2012

December Words of Wisdom Never take a persons’ dignity, it is worth everything to them and nothing to you. Clinic hours over the Christmas period The clinic will be closed from Saturday the 22nd of December and will re-open on Monday the 14th January.  Keep in mind if you require supplements over this period that

Walnut Shortbread (A Great Christmas idea)

Per serving: 178 calories; 3 g protein;14 g fat; 13 g carb Ingredients 1 1/4 cups walnuts 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup whole-wheat flour 2/3 cup confectioners’ sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, melted 2 tablespoons light olive or canola oil 2 teaspoons finely grated lemon zest 1 teaspoon freshly squeezed lemon juice Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Butter and

Making Happy Relationships

Do not expect anyone to be responsible for your happiness. Ask yourself why you aren’t happy. Too often, relationships fail because someone is unhappy and blames the partner. Your life is solely under your control, with your relationship you have to take the good with the bad. You need to give as well as take. This is with the exception of domestic abuse. Make and keep clear agreements. Respect the differences between yourself

How to be positive

1. Focus on what you want, not on what you do not want. 2. Focus your mind on the good things you already have in your life. If you focus on them, these good things will increase in your life. 3. Do not fill your mind with thoughts of lack. Think and believe that you already have abundance, success, love and happiness. 4. Learn to feel, think and even act, as if you

How your thoughts become things!

The power of positive thinking….           Do you desire to attain inner peace and mental mastery?          What would you prefer inner peace and mental mastery, or a mind filled with rushing, restless and uncontrolled thoughts?          Who is the master and who is the servant, you or your mind? Do you choose your thoughts, or does the mind choose

The 10 Best Foods for Your Skin

The 10 Best Foods for Your Skin Almonds Skin boost: Sun Blocker Almonds are stuffed with vitamin E, which helps defend against sun damage. And because vitamin E is an antioxidant, it also works to keep your arteries free of dangerous free radicals. Flaxseeds Skin boost: Wrinkle Fighter These little seeds offer a payload of omega-3 fatty acids, which erase spots and iron out fine lines. It has also been found people who eat about half

Healthy Skin – some interesting information

Healthy Skin The skin is one of the most powerful indicators of health. Wrinkles, dry or oily skin, acne, and inflammation all are signs of poor internal health, often brought on by consuming unhealthful foods and avoiding skin-healthy nutrients. To treat skin problems, most people turn to mainstream topical cosmetics, including lotions, soaps, scrubs, toners, and creams. However, treating outer blemishes with expensive, chemical-laden beauty products does little to address the

Perfect Health Newsletter May 2012

May Words of Wisdom Flatter me, and I may not believe you. Criticize me, and I may not like you. Ignore me, and I may not forgive you. Encourage me, and I will not forget you. May Focus  Ch…Ch…Changes  Mothers Day – the reality of being a mum  Its a girls life for sure!!!  Supplements for Women  Recipe of the month  A Poem – Thank you Mum Ch..Ch..Changes Have you ever thought of what our mothers do for

Supplements for women

A woman’s vitamin needs usually differ based on the stage she is at in her life, as well as on her lifestyle choices. A woman of childbearing age might require an adequate supply of one particular nutrient from say a woman going through menopause, who might require a completely different thing. A woman who is working out to build muscles might also need protein supplements for example, whereas someone who

Mothers Day – Its a girls life for sure

Mothers Day Adolescent Girls, Young Ladies, Wives, Mothers, Grandmothers…. It’s a Girls Life for Sure!!!  Puberty Breasts, bigger hips, growth spurts, sweating, body hair, oily skin, acne, menstruation, stomach cramps, headaches, ovulation, mood swings, anger, sadness, anxiety, excitement, romantic. Concerns, worries, increased responsibility, fitting in, what to wear, belonging?  Love Right hair doo, waxing, plucking, shaving, brazilians, high heels, sore feet, tight jeans, heart breaks, heart aches, tight bras, cleavage, makeup, late nights, no sleep, hormones

Perfect Health Newsletter April 2012

Words of wisdom When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on. Franklin D Roosevelt  April Focus Ch…Ch…Changes Depression – Finding it hard to cope? Why is that? Friendly Foods Australian Bush Flowers Recipe of the month – Lentil Dhal A Poem – Strong Again

Friendly foods – helping you feel happy

Friendly Foods Serotonin is a brain chemical believed to promote calmness and ease depression. Foods themselves don’t contain serotonin but what you eat may be able to tip the balance in favour of increased serotonin production in the brain. Most notably, a carbohydrate rich diet – plenty of pasta, wholemeal bread, high fibre cereals etc – is thought to help.

Australian Bush Flowers – helping you feel happier

Australian Bush Flowers There are several Australian Bush Flower Essences that can also assist with fighting the blues. Combinations such as Emergency, Confid, Calm & Clear Essence all help with controlling fear, low self esteem and worry. Other Individual Essences target the emotional demands of everyday life. Sturt Desert Rose This essence is said to resolve feelings of guilt and low self-esteem, and to help people be true to themselves. Boronia Boronia is said

Depression – some simple tips to avoid the blues

Depression Finding it hard to cope? Why is that??   There is a world of difference between having a bad day and suffering full-blown depression. Older people tend to suffer more incidences of depression due to poor nutrition, the loss of a loved one, feelings of no longer being useful and so on. And persistent mild depression at any age lowers immunity and the ability to fight off disease.   A truly depressed person has

Ch…Ch…Changes – remember you mum

Have you ever thought of what our mothers do for us over our life time?   Cooking, breakfast, lunch and dinner, sets the table, clears the table, washes dishes, washes clothes, makes beds, puts toys away, changes nappies, water the garden, changes sheets, vacuum, dust, irons, homework, school lunches, buys groceries, puts groceries away, drives kids to school and I am sure that list could go on.   Well this month’s ch ch ch

Perfect Health Newsletter – March 2012

March Words of Wisdom Smiles are infectious …….. so lets start an epidemic ! February Focus Ch Ch Changes How cancer touches all our lives Stress and cancer Kenesiology can help Dont forget your dietry needs – the role of antioxidants Recipe of the month A Poem – Thelma and Louise ride again

Dont forget your dietry needs – the role of antioxidants

Its always a smart idea to have the healthiest food available to you. High fibre foods and those packed with antioxidants are always going to put you on the right track. But how do you know what is going to great for you and what is just stuff on the plate. Below is a very simple table of foods that are High Fibre – Cancer fighting foods. Include some of

Stress and cancer

Stress and Cancer The complex relationship between physical and psychological health is not well understood. Scientists know that psychological stress can affect the immune system, the body’s defence against infection and disease including cancer. However, it is not yet known whether stress increases a person’s susceptibility to disease. What is psychological stress? Psychological stress refers to the emotional and physiological reactions experienced when an individual confronts a situation in which the demands

How cancer touches all our lives – by Deb Browning

Last August I was contemplating my life and what it all meant. However, it was just a phone call away from a change that I am sure will be something that I will cherish for the rest of my life. Something that will not only allow me to give, but to also grow as a person. The experiences that are still to come will be a challenge but I am

Perfect Health Newsletter – February 2012

February Words of Wisdom To conquer oneself is a greater victory than to conquer thousands in a battle Dalai Lama February Focus Ch Ch Changes Give your liver a break and some help Recipe – Roasted pumpkind & beetroot salad Brain teaser A Poem – ME – (have a tissue ready)

Roasted Pumpkin & Beetroot Salad

Roasted Pumpkin & Beetroot Salad   1 tablespoon olive oil 1 garlic clove, crushed 500g pumpkin, peeled, seeds removed, cut into 2cm cubes 500g beetroot, peeled, cut into 1cm wedges 1 Spanish onion, cut into thin wedges Cracked black pepper ½ cup basil or Italian parsley leaves   Balsamic Dressing 1 ½ tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon lemon or orange juice 1 teaspoon honey 2 garlic cloves, chopped finely Preheat the oven to 200°C.      Brush 1 or 2 baking