Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Better Health, Naturally; Do You Want to Look Good, Feel Good and Have Energy to Live Life to the Fullest?

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Better Health, Naturally; Do You Want to Look Good, Feel Good and Have Energy to Live Life to the Fullest?

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HAS the past year left you totally exhausted?

Most people today are living extremely stressful, busy lives, so it is normal to feel tired sometimes.

Although Christmas is over and the new year is here, you may still be feeling the effects of festive season indulgences hanging around -- especially on your waistline.

We all make those new year resolutions to shed those extra kilos.

Now is the time to take action and seek motivation to help you achieve your goals.

Do you feel like you are carrying a spare tyre around your middle?

This is known as visceral adipose tissue.

This type of deep fat surrounds the abdominal area and organs and is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and even dementia. Kids are no exception.

Childhood obesity is a serious health concern.

Now is the time to find options to support healthy weight by addressing diet and lifestyle, liver function, blood sugar regulation and healthy thyroid function.

Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is not only about looking good -- that is just an added bonus. At Nurtura Health they have seen reduction in high blood pressure by more than 30 per cent with healthy fat reduction, reduced joint pain, increased energy and a desire to participate in regular activities.

Their naturopaths may monitor these changes for you with Quadscan and by taking regular blood pressure.

It is exciting to see these changes become inspiring for families.

One of their successful families has lost more than 70kg in a little over a year.

There may be other factors contributing to weight gain including prolonged or recurring stress. Even muscle aches and pains or frequent infections may slow your fat loss due to the presence of inflammation.

Stress is a natural, evolutionary body response.

Everyone responds differently. …

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