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Sydney Naturopath Helps Patients Prevent and Control Type 2 Diabetes Using Natural Medicine


SYDNEY, Australia March, 2012 – Diabetes is fast becoming a formidable menace across Australia, particularly targeting Australians with obesity issues. A recent report from Monash University has revealed that more than 900,000 Australians suffer from diabetes*, while health disorders in children such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, hypertension and sleep apnea can be directly attributed to childhood obesity*.

The report also reveals that diabetes, cardiovascular disease (CVD) and chronic kidney disease (CKD) account for just under two-thirds of all deaths, with the diseases often occurring together and sharing risk factors such as physical inactivity, obesity and high blood pressure*.

Sydney Naturopath and Managing Director of Happy & Healthy Wellbeing Centre Hayden Keys is urging Australians to act before it is too late. “These diseases have a severe detrimental impact on the quality of life of the sufferers but can be prevented by making several small changes before their onset. The first key change is to stop assuming modern medicine can fix everything, and start understanding the power of natural medicine, nutrition and healthy living as a wellbeing alternative and preventative measure,” insists Hayden.

Hayden is already helping many patients at Happy & Healthy Wellbeing Centre overcome type 2 diabetes, among other diseases, through the use of alternative remedies and natural medicines. In fact, Happy & Healthy Wellbeing Centre recently opened a new practice in Sydney CBD due to overwhelming demand for its natural methods of treating and preventing the obesity-linked ailments that Australians are suffering from.

Hayden explains the link between type 2 diabetes and diet, “when insulin levels are chronically elevated the person is on the fast track to type 2 diabetes. Maintaining a healthy diet is important for everyone, but it is especially important for people with diabetes. A type 2 diabetes low carbohydrate diet and following the right meal plan can make all the difference to a person struggling to keep their blood sugar under control and prevent diabetes.”

Hayden adds, “We understand the underlying cause of Type 2 Diabetes and how to correct it so that the body can regulate itself naturally and eliminate the need for toxic drugs. This is where I differ from conventional doctors. Being a naturopath, I focus on health whereas a doctor focuses on disease. My aim is to boost health which will then eliminate any debilitating symptoms or disease.” Hayden and the other naturopaths at Happy & Healthy Wellbeing Centre use natural medicine to assist in the restoration of health and wellbeing for their patients, instead of merely eliminating symptoms.



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