Published in Tinnitus Talk, journal for the Australian Tinnitus Association. Vol.36 No.2, June 2017 By Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH, BHSc, ND Clinical Naturopath, Medical Nutritionist, Hypnotherapist Everyone who experiences tinnitus has a different experience as it may have been initiated and exacerbated due to different medical events. The is no correlation between one kind of… Read More
Posts about nutrition and how this helps your wellbeing.
By Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH, published in Positive Health magazine, December 2000 It is estimated that nearly a quarter of the UK population suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (also known as irritable colon syndrome or spastic colon),1 but nobody really knows because most people suffer in silence as they are too embarrassed to come forward… Read More
By Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH, published in New Vegetarian & Natural Health magazine Winter 2001 When people ask me what are the psychological benefits of veganism they often want a packaged answer of statistics and authoritarian opinions. The answer, however, is much more self-evaluating, holistic and wider ranging. People become what they eat. What they… Read More
By Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH, published in New Vegetarian & Natural Health, December 2001 Eating disorders come in five basic different forms: obesity, binge eating, guilty eaters, anorexia nervosa (self-starvation), and bulimia (overeating and then making yourself sick). Four of these behaviours are generally as common in the vegetarian and vegan population as with those… Read More
A Paper by Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH presented to the Gendys Conference 2002, UK Some of the forgotten factors of many transpeople (by transpeople I include all trans identities, sub-categories and intersexed), and their careers concern their general health and physical condition. It has been assumed, previous to the new ongoing wave of global trans… Read More