As you get older, your body becomes less able to cope with disease and stress. It is, therefore, vital to ensure that you have a good doctor, medical services and regular check up´s.

Taking responsibility for your health becomes increasingly important. Understanding the importance of preventative measures with your control such as changing an unhealthy diet and increasing exercise levels should help you to avoid many illnesses and regular screening with the help you to identify problems early enough to allow successful treatment.

Ideally, your doctor should know you and your medical history well, but it is not always possible to remain with the same practice for many years, this includes natural therapy doctors and medical doctors. This can happen for a number of reasons, so always talk to local people and find out who they recommend.

There are directories for natural practitioners and word of mouth goes a long way too.

Choosing a Therapist

Before you visit a therapist, always make sure they are registered with the national accreditation body and aks friends for personal recommendations.

You could also ask your doctor, although it is a known fact most medical doctors are not very keen on a natural therapist or their work, there are some who are slowly coming around to the idea that, the mixture of both therapies is working well for many patients.

You should also inform your doctor if you are taking any kind of homeopathic or natural solutions for your ailments, they could interfere with the prescription he prescribes you.

Naturopaths deal with a wide range of problems using a combination of diet, herbs and perhaps a massage. This is a very good choice to start with, if this practitioner cannot help you with your symptoms, they will usually refer you or recommend another route of action. This will generally be a natural practitioner of some sort, so this is usually a good way to be recommended to another consultant.

maintaining good health

Diet and Supplements

Each issue of our blog will include a selection of vitamins,  herbs, minerals and natural remedies that will help you with your “Maintenance Plan” to keep your body in working order.

Although each system of the body suffers unique problems and issues, you will find a solution in our articles to optimize your health and that of your family too.

While medical science has made great leaps over the last century, its power is still limited, and the success of treatments often depends on early detection of disease.

Prevention is the key to maintaining good health, a good multivitamin, herbs and minerals, and a selection of natural resources is the answer to achieving this.

Our bodies need and require permanent maintenance. At every stage of our lives, we can find ways to accomplish this. Depending on our lifestyle and symptoms, there is a wealth of information available now with the internet so freely resourceful.

Our resident health specialist – Dr Jose Mercola

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Natural Balancing Cream ProgesterAll – to maintain hormone health


Can I use Natural Progesterone Cream with Vitamins and Mineral Supplements?

The answer is yes, in fact, it is highly advisable to use a complementary health plan whilst using ProgesterAll Balancing Cream. As you use progesterone cream your body begins to heal and you will start to feel better in all aspects of your life. This, in turn, means that this is the perfect time to discover which vitamins, minerals and herbs suit you and would benefit you personally.

Let’s make a shortlist of some beneficial health supplements:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D3
  • Calcium with Magnesium
  • Zinc
  • Black Cohosh
  • Ashwagandha
  • Flax Seed
  • Red Clover
  • Hemp Oil
  • Essential Oils: Lavander – Frankincense – Rose – Lemon – Bergamot

Whilst using ProgesterAll Balancing Cream, we recommend you consider some of these supplements, but if you are visiting a health practitioner, then ask him/her for advice, its is much safer to request information and the correct dosage from a professional who will guide you. For further details on recommended health practitioners please contact us.