Sue M Coad, Medical Herbalist,

incorporates Naturopathic Principles based on scientifically based evidence, along with time honoured safe, comprehensive and successful complementary healthcare for the entire family.
MTHFR & LIPIDS

MTHFR & LIPIDS

Research has concluded that clustering of certain metabolic factors (e.g., abdominal obesity, dyslipidemia and elevated blood pressure), that define the metabolic syndrome (MS) has been documented to identify patients at increased risk for type 2 diabetes, as well as CVD and overall mortality

Liver and Fatigue

Liver and Fatigue

Liver and fatigue Articles are commonplace in the literature outlining fatigue as a concomitant condition with liver pathologies.  It is noted especially in any form hepatitis (inflammation of the liver), cirrhosis and fatty liver, regardless of whether the hepatitis...

Glutatione – a master antioxidant

Glutatione – a master antioxidant

GLUTATHIONE IS A VERY SIMPLE MOLECULE THAT IS PRODUCED NATURALLY ALL THE
TIME IN YOUR BODY. IT IS A COMBINATION OF THREE SIMPLE BUILDING BLOCKS OF
PROTEIN OR AMINO ACIDS — CYSTEINE, GLYCINE AND GLUTAMINE.

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary Tract Infections

Whether you are young, middle aged, or elderly, male or female the occurence of a urinary tract infection can cause serious pain and discomfort, or even behavioural changes such as confusion, agitation or withdrawal as the bacteria circulates through the bloodstream...

Echinacea, Rhinovirus and the Common Cold

Echinacea, Rhinovirus and the Common Cold

How often do you have a sniffle or a cough, feel congested or have a slight fever?  Chances are quite commonly you have caught a cold. Sore throat and runny nose are commonly the first signs of a cold, often followed by sneezing and coughing. Other symptoms include...

Herbal Medicine, acute and chronic care, safety, efficacy and availability

Herbal Medicine, acute and chronic care, safety, efficacy and availability

Lifestyle diseases that require long term pharmaceutical medication raises considerable
concerns over safety, therefore herbal medicines not only have an important role in healthcare,
either acute or chronic. Given the issue of chronicity and comorbidities and long term
side-effects of pharmaceuticals in an aging population, herbal medicines offer efficacy and safety,
with very little documented side-effects with long term use, may be considered a dietary supplement
for disease prevention and can often be safely administered alongside conventional
pharmaceutical medicines by a trained Herbalist

Burnout may be accompanied by a variety of mental and physical health symptoms as well. If left unaddressed, burnout can make it difficult for an individual to function well in their daily life