Experienced Naturopath North Brisbane & Peninsula


Are you not happy with yourself,  packing on the weight and know all the diets out of Magazines but still  having this yo- yo effect and no solution ?

Yes - I can help you: proven methods longterm results, fat loss but  keeping your muscles as they keep you fit and strong.

No you don't starve yourself as otherwise you get too lethargic and that again results in sugar gravings even just a coke  and all your hard work is undone.

Let me help you we sit down togather and first look up your general health to make sure everything is functioning alright.  If not we adress it.  Off course natural.
Then we make a plan specific for you and your constitiution your genetics your foot print how you can longterm be your best YOU.

Hope fully see you soon    . Call 0417790217

August 2018

VMK Naturopath

one of my most memorable herbs - as a child I always was fed Aniseed bread when I was not well in the stomach. Here comes the latest update on Aniseed:
Aniseed, not to be confused with star anise (Illicium verum), is one of the oldest medicinal plants. This aromatic herb has a delicious sweet liquorice-like flavour and is a commonly used, and very safe, herbal remedy that is well suited for all age groups from children to the elderly. It is primarily grown for its fruits (aniseeds) which contain essential oil and are used for the symptomatic treatment of mild, spasmodic gastrointestinal complaints including bloating, flatulence, colic, nausea and indigestion, and for catarrh of the respiratory tract where it is used as an expectorant in coughs and colds and also for whooping cough and asthma. Consumption of aniseed in lactating women works as a galactagogue to increase milk supply and also gives relief to their infants from gastrointestinal problems. It is also used traditionally as a diuretic to increase urine flow, as an appetite stimulant and to increase sex drive. Pre-clinical studies performed on aniseed have discovered various other actons such as antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, antioxidant, muscle relaxant, analgesic (including for migraines) and anticonvulsant (traditionally it is used for epilepsy and seizures) as well as different actions on the gastrointestinal system such as antiulcer and laxative properties. It has beneficial effects on dysmenorrhoea and menopausal hot flashes in women. In diabetic patients aniseed showed hypoglycaemic and hypolipidaemic effects and reduced lipid peroxidation.



Solving Allergies and Reactivity.

   Allergies are considered one of the fastest growing chronic diseass in Australia .

Symptoms can range from allergic rhinitis, hayfever, and digestive disorders, to eczema and
Asthma or even lifethreatening anaphylaxis.

Fact is that 1 in 3 people living in industrialised countries report they have a reaction to food. Interestingly however, studies show the classic immunoglobulin E (IgE) mediated allergy only accounts for around 5% of food reactions, suggesting that the bulk of adverse reactions may be explained by other mechansisms.
Navigating allergies and intolerances can be challenging and lead to unnecessary restriction and fear .

There is no daubt that dietary avoidance can be a fundamental and powerful tool and the reuslts can be lifechanging for many patients. Howeer prolonged food restrictions can aslo reduce Quality of life and worsen health .
As your practitioner I will not only explore with you the pathophysiolcogy of food and enironmental alllergies and inotlerances but also proide you with a frame work of clinically tested treatment methods that not only reduce symptoms but also promote tolerance, allowing you the patient to  live  a happier and healthier life.


Flue Season

It's Flue season .   We offer  short consultations just to cover
this season flue problems and how You can :

a. prevent it
b. shorten the duration
c. avoid antibiotic use
d. get rid of it the most natural and quickest way
e. or improve your immunity after antibiotic use.

Give us a call you don't need to suffer.