Tag Archives: Nutrition

Expert Panel Discussion on Holistic Wellbeing for School Children Hosted by Chinese International School, Hong Kong and CISPTA

Thank you to the PTA at CIS for the invitation, as speaker on Nutrition and Homeopathy for the panel discussion ‘Think Well, Feel Well, Be Well’. Special thanks to Michele Lai Mala Uttamchandani Andrew Lucerno Jane Chadwick and the other expert panelists: John Shanahan (Psychologist) and Damien Mouellic (Osteopath)

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Are You Taking the Right Fish Oil?

Everyone knows the term ‘Omega Oils, Omega 3-6-9 or Fish oil Supplements’. Many take them. Few understand them. ‘Why? Which one? How much?’ These are pertinent questions. The type or combination of Omega oils you choose is important. If this is not appropriate, you will not see results. Omega 3’s DHA and EPA are the […]

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About Dr. Sonal (Français)

Le Maya Health Institute, centre de nutrition et de traitement homéopathique naturel à Hong Kong, a été fondé par le Dr Sonal Hattangdi-Haridas, homéopathe expérimentée et agréée. Il cumule presque 20 ans d’expérience acquise à travers les plus grandes villes du monde, dont 10 ans à Hong Kong.

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Homeopathy and Nutrition for Children

HOMEOPATHY AND NUTRITION FOR CHILDREN A Talk Presented by Dr. Sonal Hattangdi-Haridas in aid of Kids4Kids, a Hong Kong based children’s charity which supports literacy, leadership and social awareness. Dr. Sonal’s talk focuses on the benefits of Natural Immune Support and the advantages of Homeopathic Therapeutics for children, discussing how homeopathic remedies can: Strengthen immunity […]

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Maya’s First Anniversary and Homeopathy and Nutrition Talk in Bahrain

Maya Health Institute is pleased to announce its 1st anniversary this week! Thank you to all our clients and well-wishers for your encouragement and patronage. To begin the New Year, Dr. Sonal’s international clientele invited her to conduct a workshop on Homeopathy and Nutrition for the Alwane Society in Bahrain. Alwane, which means ‘colours’ in Arabic, was […]

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