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Simple Green Stir Fry

Brought to you by Christine Pope


2 bunches Broccolini

2 bunches Asparagus

2 bunches Bok Choy (or Pak Choy)

200g snow peas

1 small knob fresh ginger

100ml soy sauce

Olive Oil


Chop the vegetables into bite size pieces and peel the ginger and cut finely into small pieces. Stir fry the ginger in 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil for 1-2 minutes and then add the harder vegetables such as the Broccolini and Asparagus. Stir fry these for another 3-4 minutes and then add the snow peas and Bok Choy and the soy sauce. Stir fry for 2 -3 more minutes and then remove from heat and serve.

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Christine is an experienced natural medicine practitioner who provides a high standard of natural health care and enjoys treating complex acute and chronic conditions in men, women, children and babies. She is passionate about preventative medicine and addressing the underlying cause of a patient’s health problems.

Christine is also an experienced educator and was Head of Nutritional Medicine at Nature Care College from 2012 -2015 where she also lectures in Homeopathy, Nutrition and Business Skills.

Christine is currently serving as an elected director of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society and is the Treasurer as well as Chair of the Marketing Committee.

Christine’s focus is on treating the individual and finding the right combination of diet, nutritional supplements and homeopathic medicines to improve their health. Homeopathy is a complete system of healing in itself and can be used to support clients with physical or emotional issues. Digestive problems including reflux, IBS, constipation and diarrhea often respond well to a combination of diet and homeopathic medicine and many clients can reduce or eliminate medication with regular treatment. One recent case however responded well to some simple dietary advice about regular consumption of vegetables, which cleared up a problem of over twenty years duration.

Christine can also assist people with asthma, allergies, eczema, stress, depression, migraine, childhood behavioral disorders, female reproductive problems and infections as well as many other health conditions.

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