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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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Simply “veg out” on the journey

Simply “veg out” on the journey to a kinder lifestyle!

What constitutes a plant-based lifestyle? Written by Adrianna Krueger For many people, living a plant-based lifestyle is not just about nourishment, but about all aspects of their life. There are many reasons for a vegan diet. Above all, there is ethical motivation. Experts consider the plant-based diet to be particularly healthy, but ecological responsibility also motivates people to commit themselves…

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Adopting A Plant-Based Life

Adopting A Plant-Based Life

The 99% Vegetarian Written by Taly Matiteyahu (CEO of Blink, an audio-only blind speed dating app) I grew up observing kosher dietary rules, including ones that prohibited meals that combined meat with dairy and had rules about the length of time you needed to wait after eating meat until you could consume dairy (and vice versa). Beyond that, I could…

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plant based diet

Is a plant based diet healthier…

than a mixed food diet? Written by Michael Dermansky With growing concerns about both health and the impact on the environment, more people are concerned or are thinking about moving to a more plant based diet, but is it better for your health?  Why is plant based food actually important for your diet? Plant based food are your body’s main…

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Your Body

Hello! It’s Me, Your Body here, Are you Listening?

Hey, it’s Your Body and Here’s what Happens to Me Each Day. Written by Sally McGrath Wake up, move you around, get you started for your day, talk, exercise, eat, walk, think, work, play, read, listen, run errands, make plans, deliver presentations, do projects, meet people, socialise with people, smile, laugh, cry, get stressed, get anxious, study, cook, clean, wash,…

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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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What happens

What happens when you don’t listen to your body?

Written by Natasha Zervaas N.P. If you are the sort of person who always puts themselves last on their list of priorities, there may come a time when your body will literally force you to look after yourself – and you don’t want to get to that point before you do something!  Many years ago I was working full time…

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New Trends

New Trends

Written by Claire Dunkley from Cluzie Clinic There’s got to be a better health solution to drugs and surgery. With government research indicating that around 2 out of 3 Australians have used some sort of complementary therapy recently, clearly the offerings of mainstream medicine don’t always hit the mark.  Let’s explore the status quo for most medicos, and then let’s…

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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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Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia

Written by Connie Rogers It’s time to check underlying toxic exposures that create conditions which may be exacerbating how you feel. A toxic lifestyle can increase our risk of Fibromyalgia We are electrical beings. There are many things in our world today that can deplete electricity.  Causes of depleted electricity can be linked to Prozac, Fluoride, and medications containing fluoride such…

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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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Nutrition Idea

Nutrition Idea

Written by osteopath Claire Richardson Osteopaths know about nutrition. We wouldn’t usually write out menu plans or diet restrictions like an accredited dietician would (which is exactly why we refer to them if necessary), however we can advise you on basic nutrition principles – such as macro nutrients (protein/carbohydrate/fat), micro nutrients (vitamins and minerals) and ways at which you can…

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Take Care Of Yourself Today

Take Care Of Yourself Today

For A Better Tomorrow Written by Lucy Cook Taking care of yourself by eating a wholesome, nutritious diet and exercising regularly has countless benefits. It can help improve your immune system, reduce the amount of times you fall ill, improve your sleep, give you more energy, enhance your memory, reduce your stress levels and aid in weight maintenance. However, in…

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Staying Healthy Through

Staying Healthy Through the Winter

Written By Sarah Milano With the cold weather, comes the bugs. No, I’m not talking about the bugs we see crawling around during the comfortable, warm months but rather the bugs that you can’t see when winter rolls in this month. Viruses and bacteria have a way of overpowering your immune system during the colder months and leaving you feeling…

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How nutrients play a role

How nutrients play a role

in the management of food allergies? Part 1 Written by Kaylee Slater | Accredited Practicing Dietitian at Grow Nutrition | Perinatal Dietitian | PhD Candidate  The prevalence of food allergies is on the rise worldwide, with the highest incidence found in younger children. Many more children today have allergies than they did decades ago, in fact, the current statistics suggest that around 1 in 10 children have a food…

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Keeping your prostate healthy

Keeping Your Prostate Healthy

Written by Connie Rogers Studies have shown an increase in the incidence of prostate cancer in young males 30 to 35 years old. “Dr. Milton Krisiloff, M.D. has found that in the majority of cases, men can significantly reduce their risk for urinary and prostate problems by making dietary changes which include eliminating all highly caffeinated products.” Unfortunately, prostate cancer…

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More than Mud Pies

More than Mud Pies

My Take on Germs & Children in a Cyber World Written by Lucy Cook , amazeeducation.com.au I am a mother of four boys, a business owner who operates 6 long day care and outside school hours care centres, and this is are my thoughts. Your first child barely touches the floor for fear he might catch something, your second child…

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Hydration & Nutrition for

Hydration & Nutrition for Babies & Toddlers

Written by Kathy Fray Pot plants have pretty straight forward nutritional needs – feeding, watering and sunlight – but personally I have sometimes become frustratingly adept at killing pot-plants. The bad news is that babies and toddlers are obviously way more complicated than pot-plants! The good news is that babies and toddlers can also be way less complicated than pot-plants … so long as you’ve got…

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Can we prevent food

How can we prevent food allergies?

In Our Children Part 1 Written by Kaylee Slater The prevalence of food allergies is on the rise worldwide, with the highest incidence found in younger children. Many more children today have allergies than they did decades ago, in fact the current statistics suggest that around 1 in 10 children have a food allergy, and this prevalence is growing by…

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Foods First

Foods First… Before Supplementation

Written by Connie Rogers a Certified Integrative Holistic Health Coach. It has been said that the epidemic of supplementation means people aren’t necessarily making time to consume nutritious foods that provide the body necessary vitamins and minerals. In my search for the truth, I found vitamins can help, but they can also harm. This is because I see so many…

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Collagen… Connecting

Collagen… Connecting Beauty to Health

Written by Connie Rogers Great skin has a lot to do with our diet. This includes what we eat, the general well-being of our digestive system, and the amount of stress we allow in a day. If metabolism is sluggish, premature aging isn’t far behind. Some symptoms of Metabolic Disturbances are loss of collagen; increased wrinkles; thin, less elastic skin;…

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