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Iridology - Your Unique Body Map
The idea that a person’s constitution can be evaluated by simple examination of their iris holds many people’s fascination...
By Samantha A Flower

Wholefood Diet Guidelines
I give out a copy of these wholefood guidelines to all my nutritional medicine and iridology clients. This is 'non-faddy' good basic information for everyone, vegetarians meat or fish eaters. There is no one 'diet' that fits all. We all have different nutritional requirements.
By Dr. Elizabeth Ann Diamond D.Ms M.MSc B.Msc BSc(Hons)Psych Adv.D.N.Med D.Iridol.

Festival Time
The Spirit of the Millennium Festival is held at Hove Town Hall, Hove, East Sussex, 2-3 times every year. It is a very popular and large psychic fair, offering all kinds of therapies, readings and stalls selling crystals, books and everything that you can imagine related to spirituality.
By Debbie Summers

Life-changing career move works wonders
Re-training for your dream job seems like a luxury few people can seriously contemplate, let alone go ahead and realise. Shortage of time, money or both is usually to blame as well as fear of failure or the unknown.
By Carl Munson

CNM Graduate: Catherine Nash
Catherine Nash had all the trappings of success – a great job as an IT consultant, a big salary and a classy company car – but she’d never been so unhappy in her life. “I was working very long hours, travelling around the country, grabbing snacks and coffees at motorway service stations,” explains Catherine. “My diet was appalling, I felt very stressed – my health was plagued with bouts of irritable bowel syndrome and thrush.”
By Lynnette Prigmore

What Sparked Me?
I was asked a while back to write a short article about how how came to be on my present pathway. This is re-printed below
By Dr. Elizabeth Ann Diamond D.Ms M.MSc B.Msc BSc(Hons)Psych Adv.D.N.Med D.Iridol.

CNM Graduate: Liadh Mulcahy-Fitzgerald
Graduates of the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) are often asked by prospective CNM students and the general "interested" public what drew them to study Naturopathy and what it was like studying with the CNM. We asked CNM graduate, Liadh Mulcahy-Fitzgerald ND, Dip. Ac, MANP, who made it clear that these questions are easily answered...
By Lynnette Prigmore

The Naturopathic Way With The CNM
In this article learn more about the history of Naturopathy, the health benefits of seeing a Naturopath and where you can train for a career in Naturopathy.
By Lynnette Prigmore

History Of Reflexology - Corrections
Your teacher is only as good as the information provided to them. Is it possible that an error is in most of the reflexology books regarding the history of reflexology? Someone read the book, taught it, repeated it, repeated it some more, until it is in all the reflexology books. Does this make it so, real, and liable information? I am a seeker of Reflexology truth. Read the copy of history from my book One Step Beyond and find out details and proof on this subject. Seek and you shall find.
By Master Helen Whysong

Getting Connected
One of the problems of living a more natural or holistic lifestyle has been the isolation of having such ‘weird’ interests.
By Carl Munson

Glorious food
Regular readers will know that I’m a big fan of the benefits of nutrition and other natural measures over pharmaceutical interventions wherever possible. Now it’s official: food is better medicine than drugs. Well it is if you believe nutrional guru and Patrick Holford and Times contributor Jerome Burne whose book of that name is just about to be published.
By Carl Munson

The Modern Naturopath
Naturopathy is a 19th century word meaning “nature cure”. Historically, a Naturopath was one who healed using treatments incorporating water, air, light, good nutritious food, as well as massage, to cleanse, detoxify and stimulate the bodyís inborn healing powers. While Naturopathy often brings up ideas of cold baths, exercise, fresh air, it is more subtle and wide-ranging discipline that can help a huge range of ailments as well as maintaining good health.
By Cornelis van Dalen

Bad, bad science
As a promoter and fan of holistic, complementary and alternative therapies, I’m often irritated by those of a scientific, rational and evidence-based mindset.
By Carl Munson

The Changing Image of a Therapist's Practice
... My original marketing plan was to network with other therapists, share marketing costs, use referral opportunities, and generally support each other. The Network I started would promote one or two main therapies for each individual practitioner, so that we are not all competing for the same clients.
By Sue Pash

Stress - what you need to know
I see many stress-related health conditions in my clinic and over the years have adapted and researched my various therapies so that I can offer a range of support options for my clients.
By Joanne Oliver

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