Blog Post

blog
Beginner’s Guide to Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
July 17, 2014 / 0 Comments
Multiple sclerosis is a central nervous system disease that can be truly devastating for those living with it because it can cause a multitude of symptoms that vary from patient to patient. When this disease becomes more advanced, the symptoms are more severe and have a more substantial impact on your overall quality of life. […]
blog
Detecting Symptoms of MS In Women and Beginning Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
July 17, 2014 / 0 Comments
Being able to identify the symptoms of MS in women as actual MS symptoms is difficult, even though this condition does seem to primarily affect women. Women have a much higher chance of developing MS and twice as many women are diagnosed with this disease than men. However, this disease is poorly understood and why […]
blog
MS Diet: The Natural Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
July 17, 2014 / 0 Comments
What exactly makes up an effective diet for those with MS? Multiple sclerosis has been a puzzle since the day that medical science discovered it. A cure remains elusive and there is no known way to prevent this disease, even though, research has taught us a lot and our understanding of MS has become broader […]
blog
MS Treatment: Treating Your Cause Not Your Symptoms
July 17, 2014 / 0 Comments
Multiple sclerosis is a condition in which the myelin sheath that protects the nerves in the central nervous system suffer attacks by the body’s own immune system. The myelin are mistakenly seen as foreign invaders and the immune system goes to work destroying them. The messages sent back and forth between the brain and nerves […]
blog
Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis: The Best Methods For An Accurate Diagnosis
July 17, 2014 / 0 Comments
Multiple sclerosis can be classified as both a neurological disease and an autoimmune disease, and it affects the central nervous system. Under normal circumstances, the immune system should only fight against foreign invaders that are threatening the health of the human body, but when someone has MS, the immune system attacks healthy cells and tissues, […]
blog
Multiple Sclerosis Life Expectancy: All You Need to Know
July 17, 2014 / 0 Comments
Life expectancy is a concern of those who are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and it is common to ask, “will MS shorten my life expectancy?” Whether MS is fatal or something that you can live with throughout a normal life span is a common concern. The good news is that MS is not fatal and […]

Free MS Report Opt in

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.
This amazing report will give you a SNEAK PEEK into the youcanbeatMS program, plus show you:
  • Which foods hesl MS, and which ones harm!
  • The RIGHT pathology tests to unlock the cause of your MS
  • Nature treatments to eliminate the symptoms of MS
JOIN THE NMSS NEWSLETTER
For your Weekly dose of MNB inspiratio & motivation to help you live your best life!

Fiona Chin came into my life as a healer shortly after I had gone through a terrible traumatic experience. To this day I attribute much of my healing, health and happiness to the therapy sessions I had with Fiona. She is a magnificent healer on all --Wendy L from Cold Lake Canada

Summer of 2005, I was a “wreck”, crying spells, depression and suddenly I started having panic attacks (which I have never experienced in my 40yrs of life) previously had bouts of depression. Being a dependant, active, mother and spouse, my life --Linda from Cold Lake, Canada

Working with Fiona using Kinesiology helped me work through my emotional issues that were holding me back from living my life dreams. I also found that during my time with Fiona I became a more balanced and grounded individual. I found that I was --Wendy Dary from Cold Lake, Canada

About 20 years ago I suffered a stroke and was left with weakness in my right side. I could not get my right leg into the car on its own, having to lift in manually each time. After one visit to Fiona I could life my own leg!I also suffer from --Sandra.W from Blackburn, Vic

Fiona has supported me to achieve amazing changes in my life at an emotional level, changes of lifestyle and improved physical health. She is empathetic, but truthful, practical, well informed and realistic. Seeking help from Fiona was my first real --Carolyn L, Blackburn Melbourne

Fiona is an exceptional business woman and naturopath. She runs a prompt and reliable sanctuary, and is a picture of perfect health herself. She is detailed and thorough in her health assessments, and has personally put me on the path to recovery --Merilyn Skelton Melbourne CBD

Fiona is a visionary in health and wellness, and she has the unique combination of being able to see the big picture and taking the actions to have the vision become reality. Fiona is a very talented practitioner who has assisted me personally on my --Carol Goddard Upper Beaconsfield Vic

The improvements have been rapid – the previous feelings were vision impairment / optic neuritis, lethargic at times, short tolerance bladder control – pretty much meaning when I had to go, I had to go – the desire to eat meats, milks and --Ryan K - Europe

Video Post

9am with David & Kim – Naturopath Fiona Chin talks about the myths behind dairy consumption
May 9, 2014 / 0 Comments
Lesson 14: Exercise and Movement for wellbeing
May 9, 2014 / 0 Comments
9am with David & Kim – Naturopath Fiona Chin talks about the myths behind dairy consumption
May 9, 2014 / 0 Comments
Lesson 14: Exercise and Movement for wellbeing
May 9, 2014 / 0 Comments