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Jason Eldridge

Jason Eldridge

Adv Dip (Naturopathy), Smart DNA prac., Rayid Practitoner & Rayid Teacher, Dip (Herbal Med.) Dip (Nutrition), ATMS member

Leading Melbourne naturopath Jason Eldridge has long been a renowned specialist in treating inflammatory and digestive conditions such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. His passion has lead him into specialising in oncology support.

“My own experience with Crohn’s disease and subsequent frustration with western medicine led me on a personal healing journey and then onto healing others.”

Jason has been practicing naturopathy for over 20 years, helping many people get well and stay well by using traditional knowledge together with the very best of modern research.

Jason aims to uncover the underlying spiritual cause for disease and suffering, to bring deep levels of healing using safe, effective natural remedies to help you realise the soul’s full potential.

Jason is a lecturer at the Endeavour College of Natural Health (Australian College of Natural Medicine) where he teaches ‘Food as Medicine’ and ‘Rayid Iridology’. He lectures Rayid Iridology both nationally and abroad. He has undertaken extensive study with Denny Johnson (the founder of Rayid) and is a qualified Rayid Practitioner and Rayid Teacher with Rayid International.

Jason also has undertaken extensive research into nutrition and mental health, assisting in the development of HealthQuest Neurograph to assist practitioners in the analysis of brain neurotransmitter deficiencies such as serotonin and dopamine. Jason also developed the biochemistry module for HealthQuest helping practitioners interpret pathology tests from both a western medical and nutritional perspective.

Jason has a long standing passion for natural therapies and has been helping people back to vibrant health since 1991 when he started his own All Earth Health food store.

About Naturopathy

Naturopathy is a system of natural therapies which recognise the existence of a vital curative force within the body.

The origins of naturopathy can be traced to ancient Greece. Hippocrates, the “Father of modern medicine” once said “Nature is the healer of all disease” In his holistic view he recognised the body, mind and spirit linked to four elements (air, water, fire, earth) of the natural world. This organism that is body, mind and spirit is an amazing self repairing machine, given the appropriate conditions. The role of the naturopathic healer is to facilitate this process through teaching the natural way of life which advocates fresh air, pure water, wholesome foods and exercise to promote and maintain optimum wellbeing. Nature Cure is based upon these principles. Although the trials and tribulations of modern living have given rise to a contemporary naturopathy enabling us to adapt to the less than desirable conditions of the stressful modern world. The contemporary Naturopath draws on both an understanding of Western health science and traditional healing methods to treat a wide range of health conditions.

Naturopathic Code of Ethics

The Naturopath’s primary purpose is to restore, maintain and optimise health in human beings by following these six principles of Naturopathic Medicine.

  • A Naturopath shall endeavour to first, do no harm; to provide the most effective health care available with the least risk to his/her patients at all times. (Primum Non Nocere)
  • A Naturopath shall recognise, value and promote the vital self-healing power of nature inherent in each individual. (Vis Medicatrix Naturae)
  • A Naturopath shall strive to identify and remove the causes of illness, rather than to merely eliminate or suppress symptoms. (Tolle Causum)
  • A Naturopath shall endeavour to educate his or her patients, inspire rational hope and encourage self-responsibility for health. (Doctor as Teacher)
  • A Naturopath shall treat each person by considering all individual health factors; the mind, body and spirit of the individual. (Treat the Whole Person)
  • A Naturopath shall support the condition of health to promote well-being and to prevent disease for the individual, each community and our world. (Health Promotion, Prevention is Best)


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