Read Eric's most recent articles:
Osteoarthritis (Part Two)
Osteoarthritis (Part One)
6 Things to Make You Happier
Hair Loss Affects One In Six Women
Are you over 50… and satisfied with your health?
Are You Heading for Burn-Out? (Part Two)
Are You Heading for Burn-Out? (Part One)
Fats or Carbs? (Part 2)
Fats or Carbs? (Part 1)
Osteoporosis (Part 2)
Osteoporosis (Part 1)
More Plastic than Plankton (Part 2)
More Plastic than Plankton (Part 1)
Caffeine: Good or Bad?
Men's health & fitness from 20 to 50… and beyond
How to Beat Negative Thinking (Part 2)
How to Beat Negative Thinking (Part 1)
Metabolic Syndrome (Part Two)
Metabolic Syndrome (Part One)
How's Your Sleep? (Part 2)
How's Your Sleep? (Part 1)
Dealing With Tension
Do You Think When You Drink?
Celiac Disease, Gluten and Wheat Allergies (Part 2)
Celiac Disease, Gluten and Wheat Allergies (Part 1)
Love Your Disease
Is Cholesterol Good or Bad?
Who is Eric Bakker? Mr Eric Bakker B.H.Sc.(Comp.Med) ND RC Hom.
Eric has a Bachelor Degree in Complementary Health Science, as well as separate qualifications in naturopathy and homeopathy, and has 17 years of experience in clinical natural medicine. He has received extensive Post-Graduate training in Australia, India, and America and New Zealand. Eric specialises in the clinical integration of natural and conventional medicine and has worked in conjunction with Medical doctors for over 10 years in clinics in both NZ and Australia. Eric lectures at Natural Medicine Colleges throughout NZ, and writes for several journals and health publications, including New Zealand’s Healthy Options magazine. Eric is a professional member of the NZ Natural Medicine Association, the NZ Society of Naturopaths, and the NZ Society of Homoeopaths. Eric was Vice President of the New Zealand Natural Medicine Association for two years, and is now on their editorial committee.Visit Eric's Website here: www.naturopath.co.nz
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