Hearing Myths

Myth: If I wear hearing devices, people will treat me differently.


Fact: People with hearing devices often find themselves fitting right in because they’re able to hear and respond to people better than they were before. Hearing technology has become an avenue to communication.




Myth: Hearing devices are big and cumbersome.


Fact: This is no longer the case. Hearing devices have become small and sophisticated pieces of technology. With all the options made available to the patient, each hearing device is even personalized to fit their needs comfortably.




Myth: I’m too young for hearing devices.


Fact: The belief that only older people wear hearing devices is a thing of the past. We have found more cases of hearing loss in younger generations than ever before, largely due to prolonged exposure to loud noises through earbuds and concerts. By treating hearing loss at a younger age, you can adapt much more quickly to wearing hearing devices. People who confront their hearing loss early can even help prevent further damage.





Myths and FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Myth: If I wear hearing devices, people will treat me differently.


Fact: People with hearing devices often find themselves fitting right in because they’re able to hear and respond to people better than they were before. Hearing technology has become an avenue to communication.




Myth: Hearing devices are big and cumbersome.


Fact: This is no longer the case. Hearing devices have become small and sophisticated pieces of technology. With all the options made available to the patient, each hearing device is even personalized to fit their needs comfortably.




Myth: I’m too young for hearing devices.


Fact: The belief that only older people wear hearing devices is a thing of the past. We have found more cases of hearing loss in younger generations than ever before, largely due to prolonged exposure to loud noises through earbuds and concerts. By treating hearing loss at a younger age, you can adapt much more quickly to wearing hearing devices. People who confront their hearing loss early can even help prevent further damage.





Did You Know?

How will this nourish me?


  • Sweet potatoes are rich in Vitamin A, B6, C, Potassium and Fibre.
  • Lentils are rich in iron and zinc to assist with energy production, wound healing, immune system support and hormonal regulation.
  • Lentils are high in fibre to help keep bowel movements regular after birth, stabilise your blood sugar levels and provide a good source of prebiotics to feed gut flora and support digestion.
  • Tomatoes are high in Vitamin C which assists with wound healing as it is needed to make collagen and helps boost iron absorption.
  • Mushrooms contain Vitamin D which helps the body to absorb and retain calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and phosphate. It also supports a healthy immune system and may help reduce inflammation.




What's in it?


Sweet potato, brown lentils, tomatoes, vegetable stock (Sea salt, corn flour, raw sugar, olive oil, parsley, turmeric, celery, tomato, onion, garlic, cracked pepper and nutmeg), zucchini, onion, mushrooms, carrot, garlic, rosemary, spelt (gluten), smoked paprika, sea salt and black pepper.




Here is how we love to eat it!


  • This is a complete meal so feel free to serve as is
  • Next to a big serve of steamed or roasted veggies
  • With homemade potato or sweet potato chips baked in the oven
  • Keep it simple and serve with steamed green beans or peas (Renee's fav)





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