Posts by Luxton Clinic

Cheesy Veggie Scrambled Eggs for Kids

Cheesy Veggie Scrambled Eggs for Kids By Viv Klaver, Nutritionist & Children’s Health Specialist Eggs are a wonderful little protein powerhouse, and contain other nutrients which are great for brain development, concentration and more. Adding in grated veggies even for young children gets the used to this type of ‘omelette’ from the beginning, and gets…

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Kids Eczema: A Nutritionist’s top tips

Kids Eczema: A Nutritionist’s top tips With Viv Klaver, Luxton Clinic Nutritionist What is Eczema and why do kids get it? Eczema is a red, itchy, irritating skin condition that many children present with. Although it may not seem that obvious, underlying food intolerances are very likely to play a part and are exacerbating if…

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Getting to know Viv

Getting to know Viv Viv Klaver, Luxton Clinic Nutritionist and children’s health specialist Q1. Can you tell us where your journey began as a practitioner? I always knew I wanted to “help people”, but as a young adult I didn’t quite know what that meant. Initially I studied a Bachelor of Psychology and found it…

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Sweet Potato & Salmon Patties

Sweet Potato & Salmon Patties By Naturopath & Nutritionist Sarah Stevens Serves 2 1 cup cooked, mashed sweet potato 1 x 250g tinned salmon 1 tsp finely grated lemon rind 2 tbs coarsely chopped parsley (optional) 1/2 cup almond meal 2 eggs, lightly whisked Coconut oil, to shallow-fry Roughly chop sweet potato and steam until…

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The Cause of Belly Fat – Why exercise alone may not be enough!

The Cause of Belly Fat – Why exercise alone may not be enough! By Sarah Stevens, Naturopath & Nutritionist Generally being overweight is an important factor in determining metabolic diseases and recent research shows that accumulation of belly fat specifically is strongly associated with developing chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer. So this…

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Spring Bliss Balls

Spring Bliss Balls By Naturopath & Nutritionist Sarah Stevens (Makes 12) 1/2 cup of raw, whole almonds, soaked overnight 1/2 cup of raw, hazelnuts, soaked overnight 4 Large dried figs (sulphite free), soaked overnight 1 tablespoon sesame seeds (we use black sesame) 1 tablespoon nut butter (almond/ABC/Cashew) 3 tablespoon coconut oil 3 tablespoon raw organic…

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The Lymphatic System

The Lymphatic System By Tess Scott-Ramsay (Remedial Therapist) Our Lymphatic system is one of three circulatory systems found in the human body. It is responsible for detoxification within the body as well as working tirelessly to remove excess fluid, unused proteins, dietary lipids and metabolic debris. The other incredibly important function of our lymphatic system…

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Green Gut Juice

Green Gut Juice By Naturopath & Nutritionist Sarah Stevens 1 cup spinach leaves 1/4 cup parsley 1/2 a green apple 3 small slices of ginger 1/2 of one lemon (include the rind as it has many antibacterial goodies!) 1 cup of coconut water Blend together and enjoy!

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How can Massage assist Mood Disorders?

Massage for Mood Disorders With Luxton Clinic Remedial Massage Therapist, Tess Our society is fast paced, stressful and unforgiving and we push ourselves constantly, so it’s no wonder that mood disorders like anxiety and depression are continually rising. In Australia, it’s estimated that 45 per cent of people will experience a mental health condition in…

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