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Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella goes market shopping for ingredients with particular health benefits for women, and talks about ways to include the ingredients in your cooking.
Endometriosis is a common condition. The tissue that normally lines the uterus (also called the endometrium) is found in sites outside the uterine cavity. Endometriosis is responsible for pelvic pain, infertility and negatively affecting health quality of life. Dr Elizabeth Farrell, Medical Director at Jean Hailes Medical Centre, explains.
Cooking in the Jean Hailes Kitchen with naturopath Sandra Villella - Phytoestrogen loaf.
Cooking in the Jean Hailes Kitchen with naturopath Sandra Villella - Prune balls with raw cacao
Cooking in the Jean Hailes Kitchen with naturopath Sandra Villella - Breakfast muesli.
Cooking in the Jean Hailes Kitchen with naturopath Sandra Villella - Sardines in tomato sauce
Cooking in the Jean Hailes Kitchen with naturopath Sandra Villella - Cauliflower and cannellini bean soup
We all know we should eat more vegetables – especially green leafy vegetables. Any vegetables can be used but include cabbage, zucchini and mushrooms, as these create the juice for this dish.
A diet high in fruit and vegetables is associated with better bone density. It’s thought to enhance bone health as the result of the higher potassium and lower ‘acidic’ content.
Women with menopausal symptoms may need guidance, given the lure of bioidentical hormones.
An exercise physiologist will aid women with PCOS to engage in workouts vital for their health.
Life in your 50s and 60s is a time of great change. It can be both a wonderful and challenging time for any relationship. This book helps you to take the steps to resolve issues that stand in the way of your happiness. It can also be a useful guide to improve a good relationship – and make it even better!
Symptomatic relief from fibroids can often be achieved with minimally invasive treatments.
A book by Dr Ginni Mansberg and Dr Anne Thomson for anyone feeling tired and worn out all the time, or feeling that there aren’t enough hours in the day to get done everything done. Written by two Australian doctors who have developed a scientifically based, easy to follow approach to regain control of your life and get your energy back.
Pelvic floor exercises are important for all women to practise to maintain strong muscles and reduce the risk of incontinence. Learn how to do pelvic floor exercises.