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Footwear advice for children and teenagers by Debra Pauly, podiatrist BSc (hons) MChS

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On May 27, 2015 0 Comments

Footwear which is too big, too small or does not fit properly can cause lifelong problems. This can be avoided by following a few simple steps. Always have… Read More »

It’s the time for ‘Wedding Bells’ by Josie Pridmore, hypnotherapist & NLP practitioner

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On April 16, 2015 0 Comments

Hypnotherapy and NLP may help your plans go smoothly. If you or members of your family are nervous or anxious about your special wedding day or travelling on… Read More »

Put a spring in your step with 10 Detox Tips

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On March 5, 2015 0 Comments

Spring is almost here. It is the perfect time to do a detox, particularly after we’ve been breathing in poor indoor air quality, had less sunlight, and perhaps… Read More »

Now offering Matrix Reimprinting

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On February 23, 2015 0 Comments

Louise French who already is an experienced energy healer, is now offering Matrix Reimprinting, a relatively new energy therapy that has evolved from Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and uses… Read More »

The Place of Holistic Medicine by David Allen

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On November 5, 2014 0 Comments

Over the last few decades complementary medicine has grown in popularity as the public appreciates there are many ways of improving health.  More GPs and hospital doctors are… Read More »

The Human being & Holistic Health by David Allen

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On October 30, 2014 0 Comments

As humans we can be divided into three main components – chemical, (physiology), physical, (anatomy), mental, (emotional).  Some people will also add other dimensions eg spiritual.  However we… Read More »

Pumpkin and Pecan Pie

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic, Nutrition for life, Recipes On October 13, 2014 0 Comments

Always a good one for autumn, Bonfire Night and Hallowe’en.  Not really a pie, it turns out more like a cheesecake.   Melt margarine and stir in digestive… Read More »

Baba Ghanoush (vegan)

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On September 18, 2014 0 Comments

This is an vegan aubergine dip from Lebanon. The classic way of preparing the aubergines is to char them on a barbecue. Brush the cut surfaces of the aubergine… Read More »

Baked Halloumi & Aubergine

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic, Nutrition for life, Recipes On September 18, 2014 0 Comments

Cut the aubergines into long slices, about 1 cm, (½ inch), thick.  Brush with olive oil and place on silver foil on a baking tray.  Sprinkle with black… Read More »

Bazargan (vegan)

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic, Nutrition for life, Recipes On September 18, 2014 0 Comments

This bears much similarity to Tabouleh and the Moroccan Bulghur Salad.  I can find no definite source of origin.  Jewish, Persian, Mediterranean all appear in equal amounts.  It… Read More »