Avoiding foods with low pH values e.g. grains, dairy, meat, sugar, alcohol, caffeine and fungi.
Low carbohydrate, high protein diet.
Ayurveda is a 5000 year old medical system. Older even than Tibetan medicine and Ancient Chinese medicine. Ayurveda aims to find out which Ayurvedic elements are lively in a person’s nature and determine imbalances and seek to restore such imbalances through, diet, herbs, aromatherapy, massage, music and meditation.
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Aqua Detox is a treatment that involves nothing more than placing your feet in a highly specialised foot spa for around 30 minutes per detox session. The foot spa holds the Aqua Detox unit. This is a tool which causes ionisation of the water which can help re-balance the electromagnetic forces in the body. The treatment can help improve liver and kidney function, menstrual pain, circulation skin problems, headaches, fatigue, irritability and poor digestion as well as balancing the whole body and enhance well-being and you can even use Aqua Detox as part of a detox diet plan.
The Dr Bach Remedy system contains 38 remedies. Each remedy is associated with a basic human emotion. The theory stands that by taking the remedy we can overcome the problem. Remedies can be mixed to reflect the complex nature of the current emotional situation.
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Bio detox Therapy
This therapy helps to rid your body of toxins and improves your general wellbeing. The treatment involves placing you feet into a specially designed detox foot spa, which stimulates almost 2000 pores on the soles of your feet, which helps to balance the electromagnetic forces in the body.
Can also be known as the Tissue Remedies or Schussler’s tissue salt remedies. The theory behind this therapy is that disease is caused due to insufficient organic salts in the tissues/cells of the body and by replenishing these salts the disease can be cured.
Bio-magnetic therapy is simple and natural. Magnets placed on the body increase blood flow in a specific area, much as exercising does; indeed often giving a similar feeling of euphoria. Capillaries carry increased oxygen and nutrients to the cells accelerating the healing process. Meanwhile, muscles lengthen and relax as magnetic waves pass through tissue, thus helping reduce muscle swelling and pain as the magnets neutralise the acidity in the area and assist by kicking in the body’s own beta endorphin system (the body’s own pain-relieving defence).
Bionetics – diet
A therapy utilising nutrition, herbs, homeopathy and diet in order to strengthen the body’s natural defence mechanisms.
Blood Type Diet
A diet based on the idea that a person’s diet should be based on their blood type.
Body for Life
Calorie controlled diet for 12 weeks.
No food is consumed.
Buddhists have no set rules for their diet, however vegetarianism is not uncommon to allow strict adherence to one of the Five Precepts (harm no living beings). A belief based diet.
Cellular Expansion and Healing (CE) is a form of energy medicine that supports healing and change at the building block level of illness, the cells. Through effecting held patterns within the energy system itself, Cellular Expansion and Healing, supports the body’s true nature, the call for balance.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Ancient herbal medicine system. A complete medical system that can treat a range of ailments.
Calorie controlled diet. Special cookies used as meal replacement.
Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. Recommended for those with high blood pressure.
Detoxification or detox for short is the name given to the amazingly complex process that happens naturally in our bodies every day to get rid of toxins. Toxins are substances that are harmful to our bodies. They may come from the body’s natural metabolic processes, the food we eat, the water we drink, the contents of the bowel and the air we breathe.
Diet based on high protein and low carbohydrate for short term weight loss.
Eat Clean Diet
Eating no food containing preservatives and combining lean protein with complex carbohydrates.
A diet usually vegetarian or vegan and predominantly fruit. Based on what Adam and Eve would have eaten. A belief based diet.
Liquid only diet for ease of ingestion.
This diet is used when identifying food which cause reactions in a person.
Total abstinence from food for a period of time.
A diet to combat hyperactivity by avoiding additives and sweetners.
A mostly vegetarian diet but some meat is consumed.
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Flower Psychometry has an ancient history when wise women, priestesses or priests, healers and shamans used to draw inspiration and insight from flowers.
Flower Psychometry, sometimes called flowermancy, is the art of reading flowers. It is about attuning to the energy and spirit of the flower in order to receive their message of guidance and wisdom.
The Bach Flower Remedies are made 100% naturally from spring water infused with wild flowers, either by the sun-steeped method or by boiling.
The Bach Flower Remedies is a safe and natural method of healing. They gently restore the balance between mind and body by casting out negative emotions such as fear, worry, hatred and indecision which interfere with the equilibrium of the being as a whole. The Bach Flower Remedies allow peace and happiness to return to the sufferer so that the body is free to heal itself.
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Combining theory from Coaching Psychology, Behaviour Change and Positive Psychology, we help clients overcome resistance to change by using a step by step, structured approach. Wellness coaches support clients in working out what they want, why they want it, what’s stopping them and only then together create a plan for action.
Through this supportive relationship, Wellness Coaches empower their clients with focus on facilitation, rather than prescription. The client then takes responsibility, feels more confident as they experience small successes and ultimately achieves more significant change than they would on their own.
A primarily raw fruit diet.
Carefully controlled calorie diet.
Developed in the 1970’s, a verse in the bible is interpreted that human beings should only eat seed bearing plants and fruits. A belief based diet.
Medical herbalists are trained in conventional medicine but use plant based medicine in their treatments.
Hindus may follow a lacto-vegetarian diet based on Ahimsa (roughly translated as “do no harm”). A belief based diet.
Homeopathy is a complementary therapy that is usually used alongside conventional medical treatments. It aims to treat illnesses with preparations called remedies. These are made from plants, chemicals, minerals, salts and animal substances or even bodily fluids. Homeopathy believes that the remedies stimulate your body’s own healing processes.
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Rastafarians follow the rule that only natural foods should be consumed. I-tal is a set of principles which sets out the diet and suggests that followers should be vegan or vegetarian. A belief based diet.
Carbohydrate is limited and combined with low fat protein to prevent muscle loss. Short term weight loss only.
Jainism followers may follow a lacto-vegetarian diet based on Ahimsa (roughly translated as “do no harm”). A belief based diet.
A type of detox diet. Food consumed comprises only fruit and vegetable juices.
Juicing Therapy uses the unique blend of healing properties found within the natural juices of fruits and vegetables to aid the body to optimum health. Freshly extracted fruit and vegetable juices furnish the body with the perfect balance of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, carbohydrates, anti-oxidants and enzymes.
Followers of this diet eat a vegetarian diet whilst only consuming kangaroo meat.
High fat, low carbohydrate diet aimed at putting the body into mild ketosis. Used in some epilepsy sufferers.
Food permissable under Jewish dietary rules. A belief based diet. A belief based diet.
This vegetarian diet allows egg and all dairy.
A vegetarian diet that excludes eggs and those foods that include animal rennet but allow certain types of dairy.
NES (Nutri-Energetics System) and Infoceuticals
The aim of NES infoceuticals is to restore the structure of the body field by providing the body with the information to repair blocks, distortions and shocks. An infoceutical can be imprinted with information specific to a certain structure in the body field, the infoceutical is taken as drops in water.
Nutripuncture combines traditional Chinese medicine with modern biological cellular discoveries to revitalise your well-being.
Specially designed calorie control meals.
Utilising nutrition science in the promotion of health and performance. A practitioner can identify a client’s nutritional imbalances which are contributing to an individual’s problems.
A diet designed around the diet of our pre-agricultural,hunter gatherer ancestors.
A vegetarian diet that includes fish but no meat.
The most modern and uninvasive way to consume the placenta is in capsule form, also known as placenta encapsulation ie. placenta pills or placenta capsules. There are two types of encapsulation methods, Simple Dried Capsules and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Capsules.
The most popular placenta encapsulation process used widely around the world is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) techniques, where the placenta is considered a powerful and sacred medicine. TCM holds the placenta as a ‘full of life force’ organ offering those who consume it ‘jing’ energy only obtainable at birth and consuming placenta is comparable to ‘drinking from the fountain of youth’.
Phytobiophysics is a registered trademark for a product. The products are used in accordance with Mossop Philosophy. This is an holistic therapy based on the vibrational power of plants, structural therapy (psychotherapy) and understanding of nutrition.
Shell Essences access a vibrational healing energy pattern found within the calcium shells of specific molluscs. This vibrational information is released into water in the presence of sunlight.
Shell Essences are spiritual healing remedies. They understand the complexity of our energy bodies, they access our cellular memory to stimulate our natural self-healing ability, re-balance negative emotional states, and create fulfilling lives.
Known to be one to the worlds oldest medical traditions.It is based on Buddhist philosophy and psychology. Common ailments are treated with a combination of specific diets and behaviours; natural sources such as medicinal plants and minerals; as well as meditation, Tibetan yoga and spiratualist healing. All of which bring back harmony to the mind and body.
Tissue Salt Therapy
Tissue salt therapy was devised in the nineteenth century by W. H. Schüssler, a medical doctor and homeopath. Schüssler believed that health is the body’s natural state and that the body can heal itself by restoring an underlying imbalance.
Treatment with tissue salts is based on the understanding that minerals are essential to the body, regulating the metabolism of all the organs, tissues and cells.
No food produced from or by animals is consumed including dairy products, eggs and honey.
Vitamin and mineral Therapy
Intravenous therapies based on a person’s needs with regards to vitamins and minerals.
Whole Food Therapy
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