We’ve had two great speakers in the last two weeks-Kerry Bone and Berris Burgoyne. Now, you all have the opportunity to meet an old friend and amazing teacher-Angela Hywood ND!
As a highly experienced licensed naturopath, Angela has run successful practices in both Sydney & Boston over the past 20 years. When she had her second baby in 2015, she moved back home to Western Australia. Angela is the founder and director of Floralia Wellness & Apothecary a boutique practice focused on women health, hormones, pregnancy & children’s health.
Angela is a published Author in naturopathic and medical textbooks and her rich knowledge comes from working alongside by one of the world’s leader in the science of botanical medicine, Professor Kerry Bone.
Last Week’s Highlights
Diabetes big risk factor for influenza and pneumonia
Medi Herb Gymnema, Metabol complex, Digest Forte (bitter herbs especially important for insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes)
Mitochondria is power house of immune system-plays key role in innate immune signaling
Hawthorne increases force of contraction of the heart at mitochondrial level
Chlorophyll Complex pearls especially important for mitochondria
NRF 2 very powerful anti-oxidant and detox pathway. This is accomplished with 2 formulas:
MH Vitanox: (Rosemary, green tea, turmeric, grape seed)- especially when accompanied with gut issues
MH Herba Vital: (Grape seed, ginkgo, resveratrol, Korean ginseng, milk thistle) especially important for anyone over the age of 50.
Warfarin and digoxin -need to be especially careful with herbs..
Golden seal maintenance, which tends to be drying long term, can be combined with licorice, which tends to be moistening. True Golden Seal must contain hydrastine as active component.
Reflux is likely a result of low HCL. Esophageal ulcers caused by Reflux. Use Medi herb Hi Pep. Then use Digest along with Hi pep after healing.
If you’ve missed the recording from the previous two webinars, and you’d like to listen to them, please drop me a line and I’ll get it set up for you.
Be advised that any nutritional program suggested is not intended as a treatment for any disease. The intent of any nutritional recommendation is to support the physiological and biochemical processes of the human body, and not to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent any disease or condition. Always work with a qualified medical professional before making changes to your diet, prescription medication, lifestyle, or exercise activities.
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