We are pleased to welcome Daniella to the Friendlies Chemist team as our new Nutritionist. Dani joins us with an Advanced Diploma of Nutritional Medicine.
Here at the Friendlies Chemist we are fortunate to have our very own Naturopath, Sarah!
Sarah has a Bachelor of Naturopathy and a Bachelor of Clinical Science; she has been a practicing Naturopath for 6 years and with The Friendlies Chemist for over 2 years. Sarah’s qualifications ensure that she provides the most effective and specific Natural treatment to her patients. Sarah offers private consults which will include lifestyle advice, dietary suggestions and clinically effective natural medicine supplementation.
That’s right, it is back to school time! Here at The Friendlies Chemist we have a couple of tools to help the new year run smoothly. Whether its sore feet from new shoes, runny noses, fatigue or head lice, we have you covered.
Naturopaths treat the patient holistically, therefore treating the person as a whole rather than just their symptoms. Naturopaths can treat a wide variety of issues and quite often approach them differently to how an orthodox doctor would. Using natural remedies, a Naturopath can treat gut issues, decreased immune function, mental health, fatigue, pain, insomnia and wellbeing.
Here at Friendlies Chemist we have a fully qualified Naturopath in store, Sarah; she is here five days a week. Sarah has two university degrees, which means she can offer you professional, highly relevant, scientific based advice. A Naturopath treats the body as a whole and offers a holistic approach to health. Naturopaths use a range of medicinal options such as, herbal, nutritional, lifestyle, diet advice and homeopathy.
It is hard to know which protein powder to use and sometimes why you may even need a protein powder. There is so much choice with protein whether it is vegan, vegetarian, whey, high carbohydrate, low carbohydrate, post work out or meal replacement, and then you have to decide what flavour! It is easy to get overwhelmed with the amount of choice there is on the market, this blog will take you through who can take protein powder, why you should take protein and what might be the best choice for you.
Unfortunately suffering from bloating, constipation, diarrhoea and poor digestion is a common occurrence for a lot of people. It can be quite debilitating and embarrassing for some, therefore most do not want to talk about it to get treatment.
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