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When Miscarriage Happens

When Miscarriage Happens

Written by Dr Raewyn Teirney, a world-leading fertility specialist and gynaecologist. Miscarriage. It certainly is one of the most heartbreaking tragedies to occur for anyone trying to begin or grow their family. Harrowing, devastating, and isolating, a miscarriage can make both partners in a relationship feel as though they are not worthy, or that they are to blame. Please, never…

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How to Save Energy at Home

How to Save Energy at Home – Part 4

How to Save Energy at Home Written by Ahmad Fraij In this issue, we will discuss the requirements for the house envelop to reduce energy consumption and how to use the curtains and shutter for energy saving. We will also talk about the standby loads, solar PV system and how to buy energy-efficient appliances in Australia. This is will be…

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What would Mama Bear do

What would Mama Bear do?

Written by Claire Dunkley aka ‘Mama Bear’ from Cluzie Clinic I have found since becoming a mother that my view on things has somewhat changed.  Of course I want to be the best mother possible, and sometimes I look to nature and animals as a way to live my best mumma-life. The Mama Bear is innately protective of her cubs…

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10 reasons to eat more greens

10 reasons to eat more greens Written by Adriana Krueger Superfoods are nature’s “power food” that give the body a power boost so that you can have magical superpowers just like Popeye! I’m strong to the finich, ‘cause I eats me spinach, I’m Popeye the sailor man!” A large part of our childhood memories consists of watching Popeye and getting…

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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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How to create a more harmonious life!

How to create a more harmonious life!

Written by Claire Dunkley from Cluzie Clinic We have all had those mornings where NOTHING has gone to plan. Whether it’s that the coffee machine broke, the child was up all night vomiting, your best friend has passed away, you had an argument with your lover, or you just had a really poor nights’ sleep. There are so many opportunities…

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Reduce Pain Improve Energy

Reduce Pain, Improve Energy, Balance Hormones, & Reverse Heart Disease with a Plant-Based Lifestyle

Written by Connie Rogers Certified Health Coach, Brain Health Coach, & Published Author   What is the meaning of plant based? An organic plant-based lifestyle assures the user of safety practices in foods and products that we ingest or use on our skin. A plant-based clean-living lifestyle improves health and longevity without toxic exposures in our home, clothing, and medicinal…

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Through the eyes of a child

Through the eyes of a child

How to talk to kids about disabilities Written by Lisa Cox The innocence of children can be both charming and a little unnerving at the same time, especially if you’re the parent. While many people prefer their children not blurt out phrases like “mummy, why is that lady in a wheelchair?” when you’re in a public place, there’s a very…

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what it needs and doesn’t need

Listening to your body, what it needs and doesn’t need

Written by Michael Dermansky Although it is easy to get wrapped up in the latest trend of what is “good” for you, what is going to cleanse you or contradictory scientific and medicine information, which often looks at one aspect of health in a large population rather than the  overall health of one individual, knowing what is important and what…

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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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Listen to your body

Listen to your body

Written by Phillipa Brown A large portion of nurturing mental health entails listening to your body. There are three key areas to focus on that functionally serve to increase resilience and prevent mental health decline. These three key areas are 1. Sleep, 2. Diet, and 3. Exercise. When utilised properly, these functions serve to support good mental health and ability…

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Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Keep doing the things that make you happy Written by Brooke Reardon, Wills & Estates Principal Lawyer. Life can be uncertain and full of surprises. That is why it is important that we keep doing the things that make us happy in life such as playing music, spending time with our pets and enjoying our hobbies. It is important to…

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Spiced Lamb Pockets

Spiced Lamb Pockets

Spiced Lamb Pockets This is a simple recipe suitable for a lunchtime snack for the whole family, which you can get the kids to help prepare. Spiced Lamb Pockets is not a difficult dish to prepare or cook, it incorporates elements of both Moroccan and Greek cuisines. The yoghurt add another element to the dish which is healthy and mellowing,…

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Estate Planning in the Digital

Estate Planning in the Digital Age

Written by Wills & Estates Principal Lawyer, Brooke Reardon. The COVID-19 pandemic has seen an increasing number of restrictions put in place regarding movement and gatherings of people and households. As a result, there has been a significant uptake in digital platforms such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom as a way to stay in touch with family, loved-ones and colleagues.…

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Top Tips To Support Kids

Top Tips To Support Kids’ Maths Study In 2021

Written by James Burnett After the challenges of 2020, entering the 2021 school year feels like a restart where parents can make a conscious effort to make the first term count. One of Australia’s leading mathematics educators and authors, James Burnett, offers his top tips for learning maths. What’s great is that you can implement these at home to help…

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How to show leadership

How To Love Your Brain

Written by Connie Rogers is a Certified Coach & Published Author. My passion as a certified brain health coach has been to teach people how to love their brain. The brain is the most important organ in our body. Our brain controls every thought and action we have. This includes sleep, digestion, memories, speech, movement, and more. But most importantly,…

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Do nutrients play a role

Do nutrients play a role in the management of food allergies?

Part 2  Written by Kaylee Slater  If you have been following along with our issues all year you would have learned a lot about food allergies already! You will know that the prevalence of food allergies is on the rise worldwide, with the highest incidence found in younger children (Fujimura et al., 2019). If you haven’t already, go have a read…

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Making Food Fun

Making Food Fun

To Inspire Life-Long Healthy Eating Written By: Sarah Milano There’s no question that ensuring your kids eat a nutritional, well-balanced diet can be tricky. After all, what kid wants to eat carrots, fish and brown rice when they can eat a cheeseburger and fries? Teaching your child to choose apple slices over cookies can be a struggle but important eating…

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Healthy Sleep Hygiene

Healthy Sleep Hygiene

Written by Mituri Pradip Sharma There’s no doubt that sleep makes you feel better, but its importance goes far beyond just boosting your mood or banishing under-eye circles. Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety. The way you feel while you’re awake depends in part on…

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Taking control of your health

Taking control of your health

Today Written by Eryn Ford, founder and trainer at Mummy Physiques Do you listen to what your body tells you? Do you nourish your body with all the right things? We are only given one; why do so many of us not cherish it and treat it with the respect it deserves. I hear too many excuses from friends, family…

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Kid-friendly Products Can

Kid-friendly Products Can Hide Artificial Sweeteners

Written by Connie Rogers According to the American Heart Association, “One in three children and teens in the U.S. are either overweight or obese.” (1) Artificial sweeteners have been shown to increase weight gain, headaches, depression, PLUS, increase the risk for diabetes, cancers, and seizures. (2) They are also found to be harmful to cognition. Dr. Russell Blaylock, a neurosurgeon,…

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7 Ways to “Stay Connected”

7 Ways to “Stay Connected” without Technology

Learn to Balance Technology and Humanity for an Abundant Life Written by Camille Lucy Technology has been advancing and the younger generations are more heavily involved in its use than perhaps older generations were. Even still, technology has landed in the hands of just about everyone: from wee little babe to Great Grandma (so impressive!). While technology is a superb…

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Children with Autism and Food

Children with Autism and Food Aversions

Written by Sarah Milano Feeding issues can be a problem for parents of all children, but trends show that children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) can experi­ence even more eating problems and disorders. Although few reliable stud­ies show an absolute cause-and-effect link between the autism spectrum and eating disorders, the noticeable trends indicate definite relationships between what seem at first…

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