Michelle Mulliss is an internationally known reproductive and general natural health Expert in Harley Street, and has success outcomes of up to 85% of all those who undergo her treatment program.
As a doctor in Traditional Medicine and registered with the British Fertility Society along with the Royal Society of Medicine, Michelle is considered to be UK's only natural gynaecologist to have studied an MSc in Reproductive Medicine and Traditional Medicine to bring together a unique integrated approach for the management of gynaecology & reproductive health matters in all areas of fertility, pregnancy, and menopause.
Although Michelle's specialty is in reproductive health, her expertise covers many areas of chronic and long term health, and as an International medical conference guest speaker, you can be assured that Michelle's expertise along with her team brings great understanding and care for all your health needs.
Clinics in London and Kent. Call us to find out more 0208 242 6508
''I have worked together with Michelle Mulliss and her team in the care of patients trying to start a family for many years. I have always been impressed with the breath of her knowledge across both traditions of Chinese medicine and conventional western medical practice.
She has a caring and compassionate approach and is an excellent communicator. Patients find her calm and positive perspective very reassuring. With her training and experience across both disciplines, she and her team are able to provide a truly holistic evaluation of the patient and are able to recommend practical and helpful advice to help couples achieve their hope of conceiving'"
Mr Stuart Lavery Consultant Gynaecologist
Lead Clinician IVF Unit
Honorary Senior Lecturer Imperial College
Director IVF Hammersmith NHS Trust
''Michelle's expertise and credibility is something that I have been aware of for some time and I have personally witnessed Michelle’s caring and professional approach with patients undergoing IVF treatment. Her passion and knowledge of both conventional and traditional medicine shines through for a cohesive approach towards patients general health and their ability to conceive.
Her research and clinical background puts her amongst the leaders in her field and patients have a high regard for her. I respect Michelle’s work ethics and pleased to work alongside her with a view to enhance patients outcomes in the field of fertility"'.
Mr Tarek El-Toukhy Consultant Gynaecologist
Sub Specialist Reproductive Medicine & Surgery
Honorary Senior Lecturer Kings College London
Assisted Conception Unit
Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust
New Year New You: Michelle's Tips for a Brand New Year!
The new year has begun with a bloom of colour in the sky to greet in the new year with a glass of bubbles and new years resolutions set the trend and the mind set for the coming year.
The new year brings the new page or chapter to a new book and the new you, so cast away the doubt of negativity and focus yourself to change the things you want. Anything is possible, it just takes focus and a little dedication. So lets start the new year afresh and lets maintain that life changing and lifestyle changes in your life for a better you in mind and body.
After the indulgence of alcohol, chocolate and mince pies and cream, its time to get focused and give your body the nutrients it needs to start making you feel alive and well. Simple modifications in food habits, including adopting a diet rich in cereals, fish and green leafy vegetables, can drastically reduce chances of cancer. With the right nutrients you will start to feel more energised and your body will start to show the benefits of eating more vegetables, fruit, protein and less carbs and fat. Monitor your carb intake and opt for good carbs instead of the bread, biscuits, cakes and pastries. For us ladies, eating green veg every is essential for well women's health with a good intake of iron which is rich in folic acid as well as reducing the risk of cancer and heart disease since they are low in fat, high in fiber, vitamin C, potassium and magnesium, as well as containing a host of phytochemicals including antioxidants. Antioxidants protect our cells against oxidative damage and reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer.
Hormonal action in isolfavones found in soy imitate human oestrogens and can help reduce menopausal symptoms and osteoporosis.
Insoles can stimulate enzymes in the body and can be found in cabbage to make estrogen less effective and is can help reduce the risk of breast cancer and beneficial for those women approaching menopause
In my clinics research is being carried out for those women who eat liver at least twice a month have shown to increase their pregnancy outcomes despite their age group. This can contribute the fact that iron's health benefits relate to the growth of the human body and maintenance of health. Haemoglobin is the primary transporter of oxygen to tissue within the body.
The role and importance of this mineral cannot be underestimated, primarily because its deficiency is unpleasant and dangerous.
The intake of protein has equally seen good results in my clinics particularly for those with PCOS.
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome may do better on a diet with a high ratio of protein to carbohydrates and this has been shown to improve weight and glucose metabolism and therefore the risk of diabetes is reduced especially for those that become insulin resistant with PCOS.
Just 30 minutes a day of cardio vascular exercise every day is all it takes to improve your body as this promotes oxygenated blood and nutrients around your body. There are many researched trials that show many health benefits of exercise. Basically every cell in your body needs oxygen nutrients and minerals, so to promote this function in your body to enable cells to work better needs circulation. There are foods that can help promote circulation, but it doesn't replace the importance or need of exercise to help move and promote oxygenated blood and nutrients. Acupuncture also has this effect and promotes oxygenated blood and nutrients and is the focus of treatment especially for those with long term chronic illness and the with infertility as it helps stimulate effective cellular function in the reproductive system.
Set yourself time in your daily routine to help you obtain your exercise and fitness goals. Most tend to exercise first thing in the morning as this gets them set and alert ready for the day. You owe it to yourself to get your body working in the best place possible, so get those running shoes out and exercise kit on and exercise your way towards a healthy 2018.
The mindset is something that today we are seeing more and more people suffer with depression and low moods. There are many reasons for this and diet, exercise and lifestyle changes can help reduce depression and the need for antidepressants. If you’re depressed, taking medication is only one of many treatment options. A holistic approach focuses on treating your whole being -- body and mind -- to help you feel better. A healthy diet, exercise, and talk therapy are a few of the holistic approaches you can use, In a given year, 1 in 4 adults in the UK suffer from depression. Those with depression often have other long term medical conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain syndrome, fibromyalgia, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, or cancer, which makes treating the whole body even more important. So lets take back the control of life's ups and down with natural treatments, exercise and eat ourselves towards the new year, new you, new mind set you have always wanted.
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