In The Media: Harnessing The Power of Complementary Medicines

Food is the universal love language. It’s not only the fuel that keeps our bodies running, it’s a source of comfort, a cornerstone of many cultural traditions, and a powerful tool for connecting with loved ones. Yet, research shows a concerning disconnect between this essential element and our dietary habits, particularly amongst the elderly.

And it’s not just an issue restricted to older people. Research by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on dietary behaviour found that 95% of Australians don’t consume the recommended daily intake of fruit and vegetables.

CMA wrote an article for the Australian Health and Aged Care Resource Guide about the importance of preventative health, and the role complementary medicines plays in this proactive approach. See below or click here to read it online.

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