General Health

Beyond Your Triggers & Blind Spots

Beyond Your Triggers & Blind Spots Written by Tania Burgess Life can be challenging, and when you get triggered, your defensive mechanisms kick in, which can lead to conflict and tension. It’s in our DNA to evolve and that includes developing our emotional intelligence, EQ, but it’s easy to get stuck in the habituated tendencies of our personality, reacting when…

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Life Hacks For Finding Balance

Written by CRogers bitesizepieces.net We know catastrophic events, emotional trauma, toxins, Big Corporations, stress, obesity, and autoimmunity, can create negative changes in the balance of the human body. These global imbalances can interfere with our health, family life, and decision-making skills. Most times, we find harmful habits hard to break unless faced with a severe illness, and even then, we…

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Kicking Multiple Chemical Sensitivities In The Butt!

Kicking Multiple Chemical Sensitivities In The Butt!

Kicking Multiple Chemical Sensitivities In The Butt! Written by Connie Rogers Health Coach Health & Brain Health Coach As a health coach for 19 years and skin health expert for 45 years, my passion is all about getting the toxins out of our homes, workplace, diet, skincare, and gut. What I have found to be true is what we use on…

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Be The Master Of Your Destination

Be The Master Of Your Destination

Be The Master Of Your Destination Written by Connie Rogers The foundation of our country’s history, both Australia and North America, reminds me of the ‘gangster planet’ by Star Trek. (a planet occupied by humans, ruled by organized crime)  Our story begins with powerful drug lords running our countries. In fact, entire nations were built on the British East India…

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Trimming Off The Fat

Trimming Off The Fat

The Behaviours Now Scientifically Proven To Help You Lose More Weight Trimming Off The Fat Written by Pennie McCoy, CSIRO Total Wellbeing Dietitian Wheatgrass shots, deep breathing to calm the nervous system and aid digestion, only eating pureed foods.  Ever felt that no matter which diet tip you follow, you just can’t seem to shed the kilos? Not to mention,…

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4 Rules To Build Strength

4 Rules To Build Strength, Get Healthy & Stay Happy

by  Making Your Own Rules 4 Rules To Build Strength Written by Connie Rogers  In the US and Australia, there are many reasons for the sorry state of men’s health. For example, it’s hard to find a worse diet than one loaded with hormone-disrupting chemicals, salt, poor fat choices, an abundance of processed sugars, fluoride, and toxic factory-farmed protein. On…

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Getting personal with weight loss

Getting personal with weight loss

Written by Pennie McCoy, CSIRO Total Wellbeing Dietitian Feeling unmotivated, leaning a little too far into cravings, starting to beat yourself up at the scales? According to the CSIRO, it might be in your head – but armed with a good serving of personalised strategies, it doesn’t need to sit on your hips! Recent research from the CSIRO (a study…

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What Can Sabotage Our Health?

What Can Sabotage Our Health?

Written by Connie Rogers The reason most people are sick is that we are exposed to thousands of man-made chemicals and poisons in this world. Poison starts the disease process and prevents us from being the best we can be. BFAs, opioids, obesogens, heavy metal contamination, Glyphosate, fertilizers, prescription drugs such as antidepressants, birth control pills and statins, fluoride dispensaries,…

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Beat the Winter Blues

Beat the Winter Blues at the Beach

Written by Cerise Canon When thinking about taking a beach holiday, swimming in the warm summer sun is usually the first thing that comes to mind; however, it need not be the focal point of a beach holiday. Although wintertime is not typically synonymous with beach holidays, there are so many reasons why having a winter beach getaway or day…

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Are we dumbing down our senses?

Are we dumbing down our senses?

Written by Claire Dunkley from Cluzie Clinic When we think about our human senses, we commonly think of five: taste, smell, sight, hearing and touch. If we want to be really woo woo, we may consider intuition as a sense as well. These five senses are very tangible ways in which we assess our environment. Our brains take in this…

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The Art of Listening

The Art of Listening to Your Body

Written by Connie Rogers, a Certified Integrative Health Coach As human beings, we seem compelled to help others. Just watch young children when they are around each other on a playground, or adults in the role of caregiver, or young men when they notice an elderly person needing assistance. While it is noble to help others, we may neglect ourselves…

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How to listen to your body

How to listen to your body

And give it what it needs Written by Tanya Abbey Over the past 18-months, we’ve had to learn to accept an unfamiliar way of living amid a worldwide health pandemic.  Some of us struggled to adapt to this changing environment, trying to hold onto some sense of normality to keep pushing through, maintain control, keep money coming in and maintain…

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Premenstrual syndrome

Premenstrual syndrome– PMS

Written by Dr. Joseph Sgroi What is it? PMS refers to physical and emotional symptoms that some women experience in the lead up to menstruation. Symptoms often occur in the one to two weeks before hand and stop once bleeding begins. PMS can interfere with day to-day activities and relationships and the severity is often measured based on this. What…

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Postnatal depression

Postnatal depression – PND

Written by Dr. Joseph Sgroi What is it? Postnatal depression affects approximately 1 in 7 women and develops between a month and a year after a baby is born. It is different from the baby blues, which up to 80% of women may experience. The ‘baby blues’ is a set of feelings that can occur between day three and ten…

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