New Zealand naturopath Eric is passionate about helping individuals improve their lives with natural medicine. He is well published online with many articles, and in the past has authored a regular column in NZ’s leading health magazine for several years. Eric is an acknowledged expert in the fields of natural health and wellness. In recent times, he has been spending more time sharing his vast knowledge through the internet.

The content on reflect Eric’s philosophy. His focus is to give people the tools and ability that will enable them to change their body at the cellular level, without in many cases having to resort to drugs. His articles are written from a common-sense point of view, some are very in-depth and well-referenced on most common health conditions.

You’ll also be learning a lot more than you’ll see on most websites, like how to grow your own fruits and vegetables, how to cook and eat a natural whole foods diet, how keep bees and make the right lifestyle changes that can significantly benefit your health and well-being.

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Your airways may constrict, swell, and create additional mucus if you have asthma. This may make breathing difficult and cause coughing, wheezing when you exhale, and shortness of breath. Asthma...

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Bone & Joint Health

One of the most effective strategies to preserve healthy bones and joints is to take a holistic approach to healthy living. As you get older, your bones lose density, but...

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Brain and Cognitive Health

We all get older, and as we do our risk of developing a chronic degenerative neurological disease increases. What can we do to reduce our risk factors? What can we...

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Cancer is an area that has touched each and every one of us. I've written a four-part series which is popular. It seems that where ever I travel throughout New...

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Children’s Health

We hear so much about teaching our children how to be critical thinkers, to be responsible, to respect themselves and to consider the long-term consequences of their actions. In what...

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Diabetes is a chronic condition that develops when the pancreas stops producing insulin or when the body's insulin isn't properly utilised by the cells of the body.

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Ear Nose Throat

Doctors discovered in the 19th century that a system of tubes and channels connects the ears, nose, and throat. They created unique tools to examine these ENT regions more closely...

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Endocrine Health

Do you feel bloated, angry, or simply not yourself? Hormone fluctuations could be to blame. Hormones are chemical "messengers" that influence the activity of your cells and organs. It's common...

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Gut and Digestive Health

The microorganisms in your digestive tract call your gut home. They assist you in breaking down food and converting nutrients into substances that your body can utilise. When they run...

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Healthy Lifestyle

Eating a natural whole foods diet that is balanced and fresh, regular exercise such as walking, avoiding tobacco and all drugs, and getting plenty of rest are the components that...

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Heart And Circulation Health

Your heart is constantly working for you, even if you don't realise it. Because it pumps blood and oxygen to all of your organs, the heart is the most vital...

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Immune Health

A strong immune system keeps germs out of your body and kills or restricts their damage if they do get in. Get plenty of sleep, stay active, eat fruits and...

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When your thyroid gland generates too much of the hormone thyroxine (T4), you have hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid). Hyperthyroidism causes your body's metabolism to speed up, resulting in common symptoms such as unexpected weight loss, fast or irregular pulse, perspiration, and...

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Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

PMS is a set of symptoms that women experience between ovulation and menstruation. The cause is generally unknown, however it is thought to be related to hormonal fluctuations throughout the menstrual cycle. Mood swings, sore breasts, food cravings, weariness, irritability,...

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Breast Cysts

Breast cysts are one of the most prevalent reasons a breast lump forms and can appear in one or both breasts. A breast cyst may have the texture of a grape or a water balloon, or it may be firm. They...

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PCOS Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Polycystic ovary syndrome is also know as PCOS. It means a condition associated with many (poly) cysts in the ovary or ovaries. There is confusion surrounding the diagnosis of this condition, with research I discovered that health care practitioners can...

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Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease that affects the body's connective tissues. SLE, like all auto-immune conditions, occurs when the body produces abnormal antibodies that attack normal body tissue as if it were a foreign invader. The immune...

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Cervical Dysplasia

Cervical abnormalities generally have no symptoms. Your healthcare professional may diagnose you with cervical dysplasia after identifying abnormal cells during routine checkups, which include a pelvic exam and Pap smear test. Then, a course of treatment can commence before they...