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The Humanley Podcast Episode 29

Episode 29: Chloe Silverman - The Real Naturo

Chloe Silverman (BHSc Naturopathy) is a naturopath, yoga teacher and the founder of the Naturo method and the Naturo healthcare team. Chloe joins me for a philosophical discussion about the "real naturopathy". We explore the foundations and principles of naturopathy and why they are such a fundamental part of healing. What makes us sick and why is it so important to identify the root cause of illness? How does the mind play a role not only in disease but in healing? We talk about Chloe's experience with fasting and breatharianism, detoxification and get her insight on the future of natural medicine as well.




Watch the video on Rumble here; 

https://rumble.com/vg8vdr-humanley-show-interview-with-chloe-silverman.html?mref=2hzb1&mrefc=2


For more information about Chloe and the Naturo Method please visit her website;

https://www.realnaturo.com/


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The Rot on Sugar and Tooth Decay

Written by Daniel Roytas, MHSc (Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM, MANTA

Dental carries are one of the most prevalent non-communicable chronic diseases in the world. Refined and processed foods that contain a high level of free sugars, that are either present naturally or added to foods, pose the greatest risk in the development of carries1. The most common types of sugars implicated in the development of carries include monosaccharides (glucose, galactose, fructose) and disaccharides (sucrose, maltose, lactose). The current evidence suggests that the development of dental carries is reduced when the consumption of free sugars is less than 10% of the total dietary energy intake1. It should be noted that dental carries are not eliminated with a reduced free sugar intake below 10%, suggesting that even small amounts of sugar are harmful to our oral health1.

Dental carries are said to develop when sugars come in to contact with oral bacteria. When bacteria metabolises or ferments...

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