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“A holistic approach that aims to promote sustainable recovery and health optimisation by targeting the underlying causes of illness”


Patients we treat

Nutritional and Environmental Medicine Qld (NEMQ) applies evidence based Nutritional and Environmental interventions to manage many chronic illnesses including: 

  • Anxiety, Depression, Psychosis
  • Autoimmune Conditions
  • Behavioural and Learning disorders in children, ASD, ADHD etc
  • Cancer
  • Chemical and Food sensitivities
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Digestive Disorders (including IBS, Colitis, Parasite infection, Food Intolerances etc)
  • Environmental Toxicities
  • Fibromyalgia

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Our clinic

NEMQ and NDDQ (New Directions Dentistry Qld) relocated to this purpose designed Clinic in 2011.

Great care has been taken to combine an environmentally friendly clinic with state of the art technology to support the provision of high quality Nutritional, Environmental, and General Dental services to our patients.

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NEMQ's approach

Our Health Practitioners work on the basis that it is both sensible and more effective to address the underlying cause of illness rather than simply treating the symptoms of ill health (akin to adding new software to a malfunctioning computer when the problem exists in the hard drive - unless the hard drive is fixed the computer malfunctioning can be expected to continue). The intended outcome of this approach is a measurable and sustainable improvement in ones mental, emotional and physical health. Integrating Nutritional and Environmental interventions with conventional Medical management of illness produces excellent results.

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Cancer and Polyphenols
Posted on 10 Oct 2016
We have long known that diets rich in plant foods including fruits, vegetables, herbs and whole-grains are important for good health and in particular, for preventing a range of chronic and degenerative diseases such as cancer, diabetes, neuro-degenerative and cardiovascular diseases (AIHW, 2012). The question many researchers have been trying to work out is exactly why are these foods so good for us and what is it that makes them such powerhouses when it comes to the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases.
Allergen Immunotherapy
Posted on 08 Aug 2016



HIIT Training - What is the research showing?
Posted on 27 Jun 2016

Want to get in shape but just don’t seem to be able to find the time to exercise?

Well, what if we told you that effective weight loss and improvements in a range of chronic disease markers can be achieved doing only 5-10 minutes of all-out exercise a couple of days a week? That’s less time than it takes to make your morning tea and toast!