The article published in the Journal, ‘Advances in Integrative Medicine’ focuses on the prevalence of use of kinesiology style manual muscle testing. Manual muscle testing (MMT) is a non-invasive assessment method used to evaluate neuromusculoskeletal integrity. It is a fundamental component of physical examinations performed by physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths and some medical specialists. The aim […]
Muscle Testing with ABFE Following the success of last years’ event at Malahide Castle, we had been eagerly awaiting the much-anticipated return of Ian White to Ireland this year. A two-day workshop entitled ‘Kinesiology and Australian Bush Flower Essences’ took place on June 29th & 30th at the Hodson Bay Hotel in Athlone. Participants travelled […]
There are limited spaces now available for the much anticipated ‘Kinesiology and Australian Bush Flower Essences Two Day Workshop’ on June 29th and 30th, 2019. The workshop is filling up quickly so to avoid disappointment book online or call a member of our team to secure a place. Looking forward to seeing you all there!
The ‘Whole Health Immune Complex’ launched this month and so far, customer feedback has been extremely positive. This food supplement nourishes the body with colloidal minerals; used specifically for their enhanced bio-availability. It also contains amino acids, biologically active vitamin D3 and Betox beta-glucan, one of the purest and natural sources of immune modulators. Immune […]
A review paper was recently published in the Journal ‘Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy’ which outlines the literature supporting the role of the flavonoid quercetin in protecting against diabetes and its complications. Quercetin possesses hypoglycemic properties as well as its much researched anti-inflammatory, anti-platelet and estrogenic properties. New Vistas Vitamin C Capsules contain quercetin. This supplement was […]
A recent study published in the Journal, ‘Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine’ supports the consumption of Noni fruit juice to regulate elevated blood sugar levels in patients with Type II Diabetes. The number of patients diagnosed with Type II diabetes is on the increase worldwide. The primary goal of Type II Diabetes management is to […]
We are delighted to announce Ian White’s return to Ireland this June. Following the success of last years’ event in Malahide Castle, Ian will be teaching a two day workshop entitled ‘ Kinesiology and Australian Bush Flower Essences’. This workshop helps users accurately muscle test using the Australian Bush Flower Essences. It is suitable for […]
Michael Morrison was well known and respected througout our CAM community. He worked from Tuan Health Sanctuary in Co. Wexford. Mike had a huge personal connection with integrative medicine. He was born with cystic fibrosis, a genetic lung disorder. His family were advised of low survival rates – he may not survive beyond his 12th […]
As part of the new “Sharing the Vibe” series, Gloria Kimberley interviews a variety of CAM therapists and Wellness facilitators. The series is part of an educational drive to promote CAM disciplines such as reiki, yoga, acupuncture, to name but a few. The project wants to inform and raise awareness of the opportunities for improved […]
In recent days, a US jury have found Monsanto, producer of Roundup – a herbicide containing glyphosate – liable in the case of a man who claims his lymphoma was caused by their weedkiller. Whilst some research has suggested glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic”, as reported by the International Agency for Research on Cancer in 2015, […]
In her recent article, as published in Positive Health Online, Yvonne McLaughlin discusses the training needs of existing and future CAM Professionals so as to meet the ever-expanding demand from the public. Market research indicates that 25% of EU citizens are now using CAM therapies. Read the full article here.
Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt published a study entitled ‘ The Ruggiero-Klinghardt Protocol for the diagnosis and treatment of chronic conditions with Particular Focus on Lyme Disease’, in the American Journal of Immunology. To view the full article Click here