nutrition

Midlife, Menopause and Constipation

By Brenda Rogers / 28 Feb 2023

Scuze the french, but… “There’s nothing quite like a really good dump!”  My dad used to say this and he’s right. Just ask anyone who’s struggling with constipation! What is constipation?According to www.cancer.gov “Constipation is a condition in which stool becomes hard, dry, and difficult to pass, and bowel movements don’t happen very often. Other symptoms may include painful … Read more

Why is my Memory so BAD?

By Brenda Rogers / 16 Aug 2021

Be curious about your memory struggles and work your way through the possible causes and you will improve your memory and have a better life!

6 powerful strategies for healing a fatty liver naturally?

By Brenda Rogers / 05 Jan 2021

What is (nonalcoholic) fatty liver? Fatty liver is a liver condition where there is a build up of excess fat in the liver cells mainly due to poor nutrition and food choices, but can also result from gut issues and not being able to break down and utilise the food you eat. It’s normal for … Read more

They’re back! Nutrition workshops at Sivanna!

By Brenda Rogers / 12 Feb 2015

The Nourishing Kitchen: Nutrition Workshops Commencing in 2015 Taking back control of cooking may be the single most important step anyone can take to help themselves get healthier. Reclaiming cooking as an act of enjoyment and self-care opens the door to a more nourishing life. Brenda Rogers ~ Naturopath, Nutritionist, Life Coach Workshop 1: Foundations … Read more

Children’s remedies that are safe & effective

By Brenda Rogers / 10 Oct 2014

Many years ago, I worked for Blackmores. Over the 6 years I was there, I was able to learn in great depth, all about the Celloid minerals put together by Marcus Blackmore’s father, Maurice. Maurice was a naturopath and the founder of Blackmores. His Celloid minerals are still used by naturopaths today with good reason … Read more

Knowing the cause will help you get better results

By Brenda Rogers / 10 Oct 2014

Meet Sally Sally came to see me for tiredness.  She’d been to the doctor, had all the blood tests, but nothing seemed wrong.  Her iron levels were a little low so she went to the health food store and bought some iron tablets.  While she was there the naturopath recommended some B vitamins, some herbs … Read more

Is your life a whirlwind at the moment

By Brenda Rogers / 27 Apr 2014

What fabulous things can you do to support yourself while you’re going through pesky change?  How can you thrive through adversity? Recently, I found out that a tenant I had in an investment property was moving out (in a market that had dropped significantly) and, on the same day, that the house we are renting … Read more

Why cereal sucks!

By Brenda Rogers / 09 May 2013

If your goals are: To stop emotional eating To have abundant energy, To love your body, To be sharp and focused To feel joyful and light, Then don’t eat cereal! I am working with a young woman at the moment who has all of the above goals.  She’s intelligent, doing a pHD in fact, she’s … Read more

Breakfast myths

By Brenda Rogers / 26 Oct 2012

Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day, mainly because it sets the tone for your eating habits for the rest of the day.  One of the most common problems for people, especially those watching their weight, is a tendency to under eat at breakfast. We think that a Weet Bix and a … Read more

Nutritional testing – hair analysis

By Brenda Rogers / 10 Sep 2012

Tissue mineral analysis (hair analysis) is a test that analyses the mineral content of hair.  Used correctly hair analysis can give you information about mineral imbalances, deficiencies and excesses of both essential and toxic minerals.  Examples are calcium, magnesium, sulfur, arsenic and vanadium. Blood or Hair? Hair analysis is a good indicator of the metabolic … Read more

Spring-time hayfever and sinus

By Brenda Rogers / 08 Sep 2012

That time of year! Most people I know simply put up with being blocked up or having a constant runny nose at this time of year.  I guess they think there’s nothing they can do about it, except maybe, to take some antihistamines or antibiotics.  It’s understandable to think that when you don’t know of … Read more

Gastric Banding – A case study

By Brenda Rogers / 31 Aug 2012

I had a patient yesterday who, last year, had surgery for gastric banding.  Unfortunately, it hadn’t worked too well for her.  Fortunately, she’s come across nutritional medicine through the USANA network and got referred to me.  By doing a thorough case history and some simple tests I was able to show her that she was … Read more

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