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Chinese University of Hong Kong scientists create G-NiiB formula after research shows good gut bacteria can reduce the severity of COVID-19 and likelihood of long...
Facebook live with Dr Benita Perch “How do I protect myself and my kids against Covid?”, “I’ve got Covid. Help!”, “Should I vaccinate my kids?”,...
A Covid-19 sufferer describes the painful symptoms he experienced, and a family physician and a naturopath describe things to take to recover from the virus...
Vitamin D is well established as an immunity-booster. But how do you know if you’re armed with the appropriate levels of Vitamin D? The chances are you’re not.
We’re here to support you through the summer and beyond: Practitioner recommended, client approved, these top tips will help you stay sane and healthy. We’re in this together; we’ll get through this together.
Did you know that excess weight increases the risk of Covid-19 hospitalisation? Dr Ardyce Yik, IMI Naturopathic Physician and weight loss specialist, shares her top ten tips to help you achieve and sustain a healthy weight this summer and beyond.
The importance of taking an integrated approach to immunity. For many Hong Kongers, life is returning to normal. A new kind of normal. As we...
Researchers have confirmed that excess weight or obesity significantly increase the severity of Covid-19 symptoms. These health challenges are the biggest risk factors for patients under 50.
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Recent articles by IMI
From the perspective of cortisol, IMI Nutritional therapist Katia Demekhina eloquently illustrates a balanced view of exercise and of life.
Trauma can affect your physical, emotional and mental state. Traditional Chinese Medicine can rebalance and release energetic blockages, providing healing from trauma.
Infertility can cause trauma, and trauma can cause infertility too. Could past events be impacting your fertility? And could therapy help you heal emotionally and physically?
Safe, gentle and natural, osteopathy has been proven to treat the root causes of infertility, as well as offering support during pregnancy. Read about Jane’s success story.
IMI osteopath and yogi Jonathan Vallade gives his expert advice for staying safe on the mat. Plus how osteopathy releases restrictions for an enriched yoga practise.
The latest blogs from IMI practitioners
What are the signs that stress is affecting your sleep? Do you wake up between...
written by Jessica Lau For many, the post-Christmas slump brings on a case of the...
Chronic stress in men can lead to low testosterone which creates a cycle of fatigue, low motivation, depression and weight gain. Learn how to break the cycle.
Stress and female hormones: what are the effects? Have you had a late or missed period due to stress? Learn how stress affects your body and menstrual cycle.
IMI Nutirionist Katia Demekhina shares her nutrition insights for supporting our detox pathways and recovery mechanisms through delicious cooking methods.
IMI Osteopath, Victor Bourdeau shares some tips on how to exercise safely without causing serious injuries and over straining.
Poor posture may not be the source of your discomfort. If you’re suddenly experiencing aches and pains and you don’t know why, there may be several lesser known, more deeply rooted issues now coming to the surface.
Nutritional Therapist Katia Demekhina explains about a balanced relationship with food that provides optimal support for your individual health needs.
A new approach to IBS treatment: addressing small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) Do you suffer...