This page highlights areas of our health that are easily overlooked - what we eat.

You can download the health questionnaire Yvonne uses to assess clients in Word format here or in PDF format.

Libra International - Nutritional supplements

Yvonne has discovered three great products from Libra Internationals range. These include:

The product descriptions for these are found here:


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PDF version

LibratannicalTM .doc .pdf
OxyPlusTM .doc .pdf
Sleep 'n Slim .doc .pdf

Practical advice

Yvonne gives practical advice on diet changes. Using natural foods, no refined and processed foods, colourings, preservatives, flavourings, or chemicals.

General Dietary Suggestion

Foods That Are NOT To Be Eaten


Refined and processed foods, no colourings, preservatives, flavourings, or other chemicals


Any grain foods that have been processed, and especially white bread and anything made from white flour


All deep fried foods


Coffee, alcohol, tobacco, chocolate and other sweets


Rock salt, mustard, pepper, vinegar, pickles and curry


Meat such as pork, beef, mutton and lamb


Salmon, mackerel, shark, swordfish, tuna and whale.




Dairy ice cream, artificial jellies, and synthetic fruit juices


Potatoes, tomatoes, aborigines, rhubarb and spinach


Concentrated meat extracts, soup and dehydrated gravies


Animal milk, cheese, butter, dairy yoghurt, boiled or fried eggs


Lard or dripping that comes from animal fats


Any bird or fish that has a lot of fatty tissue

Foods That May Be Eaten


Anything made from natural whole grains, e.g. brown rice, buckwheat, wheat, barley, millet, rye, maize, cakes, puddings, biscuits, breakfast foods etc


All locally grown vegetables that are in season, especially root vegetables, excluding those in previous list number 10


Soya bean and mung bean shoots




Locally grown fruit and berries. (Moderately)


Nuts and seeds, preferably roasted, not salted


Natural soya yoghurt


Honey. (Sparingly)




Herb teas and china teas


Vegetable margarine and oils e.g. sesame, sunflower and rice bran oil


Eggs, but only scrambled or in an omelette, preferably use yolks only


Natural sea salt, sesame seed salt, celery salt, hemp seeds and soya sauce


All natural dried fruit


All grain milks, rice milk, coconut milk, and soya milk


Wild vegetables and herbs


Fruit drinks made from locally grown fruit


Sea food shrimps, prawns etc. But be wary of crab


Wild birds pheasants, pigeon, free range chicken, turkey etc


Non fat fish, excluding those in previous list number 7

Always eat raw food before a cooked meal where ever possible.

Extract on what the body needs everyday:

The Body Needs Over 100 Nutrients Every Day.

Soil depletion, erosion, food storage and shipping, preserving cooking all rob our food of vital nutrients and upset the balance within our chemistry. The result of this deficiency over long periods of time is excess stress and strain upon the chemical factories of the body. One of the first side effects of an imbalance is fatigue, resulting in energy wastage and yet more fatigue if not corrected quickly, acute or especially chronic disease can be the result.

Minerals must have a specific ratio of one mineral to another. When minerals are extracted from an organic source, they each compete with the others for space in the fluid suspension. Since each mineral or element bears its own electrical charge, this charge determines the amount of each mineral that will be present in relationship to all the others. This occurs every time automatically, unless the manufacturer alters that delicate bio-electrical ratio by adding inorganic minerals to the mix in an attempt to increase potency for marketing purposes, more is rarely better, balance and ratio are more important.

A product that addresses the concept of full spectrum nutrition, must of necessity, contain at least the following nutrients in the correct balance or ratio to each other. Six vitamins, three fatty acids, a minimum of eight amino acids, and seventy six base elements. Flavenoids found in almost all fruits and vegetables, have strong antioxidant properties due to the chelation of metals or the scavenging of free radicals. In addition, the effect of some flaveniods has been attributed to the inhibition of enzymes that promote tumour formation.


These antioxidant phytochemicals, like beta carotene and lutein, are found in such foods as carrots, peaches, papaya and spinach. They have been shown to improve and strengthen the immune system, thereby decreasing the incidence of cancer.

The body demands FULL SPECTRUM NUTRITION frequently. It is difficult for the consumer to sort through the many sources of information. The biggest challenge is to determine what is nutritional science, and what is marketing hype. When choosing a dietary supplement program, ensure you are getting at least the 100 plus nutrients from that program every day, to maximize the potential benefits from your enhanced nutritional efforts.

Article References:

1. American Cancer Society. Cancer Statistics. 1996 Oct 1997

2 .Begleys. Beyond Vitamins. Newsweek 1994; 04: 45-49

3. Gutfield G. Superfoods To Fight Cancer. Prevention. 1991; 43: 44-50

4. Harris RK. Haggerty EJ. Assays for potentially anticarcinogenic phytochemicals in flaxseed. Cereal Foods World. 1993; 38: 147-151

5. H O C, et al. Food phytochemicals for Cancer Prevention Fruits and Vegetables. Washington, D C; American Chemical Society: 1994

6. Taber`s Eneyclopedic Medical Dictionary. 7th edition F. A . Davis, edition Philalelphia, F.A Davis Company 1993.



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