Feeding kids for good health is every parent's responsibility. Problem is, it's not always easy! Does any of this sound familiar: “But my kids LOVE pasta, fries, sarmies and biscuits.” And “Surely kids need carbs to grow properly?” Oh, and my all-time favourite:...
If you could change one thing that might define your success with optimising weight and health, it would be to see these as long-term goals, worth investing everything you can in them.
Fat loss: one of those gender-crossing, depression-causing, joy-killing straws on the proverbial camel’s back. It’s what I typically see clients about and by the time they get to me they have a set idea about what the experience is going to entail…
Jack and Jill lived at the bottom of the hill. Their water source was at the top, until a national supermarket chain opened next door. Although a great convenience, they had to beware the marketing wolves, who were intimately schooled in parting people from their money…
Once upon a time Little Red Riding Hood embarked on the journey to a happy body, but upon entering the internet forest of health information she became hopelessly lost and never made it out of the woods. Was she eaten by the corporate food wolves; rendered immobile by too many unfulfilled gym memberships, or spiked on a branch of this-alone-be-the-whole-truth?
While fluoride may have some value topically, the fact that it is both swallowed in small amounts and absorbed through the thin skin of the gums, is what poses a threat to your health. This is because the fluoride used is sodium fluoride, a by-product of the agricultural industry.
All commercial household cleaning products have the potential to nehtively impact on your health. They contain chemicals which are poisonous if swallowed, leach toxins into the air, which you inhale and – once you’ve touched a surface just cleaned – are absorbed through the skin.
As concerned and loving parents we do our best to protect our children from harm. But what about those dangers lurking in our homes?
Some of the stressors we’re exposed to on a daily basis can be easily recognised and understood, such as junk food and drinks, food chemicals, environmental pollutants etc. Some though, haven’t been quite so well publicised, even though they have far-reaching health consequences.
We’re exposed to many more toxins in our modern world, than in previous times. Couple this with poor eating, drinking and lifestyle habits and there seems to be a need for supporting overworked detoxification organs.
Breathing correctly sustains life, feeding necessary nutrients and oxygen to your cells. To improve your health, you’ll need to learn good breathing technique.
When considering the question of whether or not to go on hormone replacement therapy, it’s vital that you do your own research on the topic since there is potential for harm from certain HRT drugs.
For magnificent health and boundless energy, there are 6 imperatives that need to be addressed – thought management, sleep quality, breathing patterns, hydration, diet and exercise.
Humans have two types of fat in their bodies – brown fat and white fat. Brown fat acts the same way as muscle does, by burning energy, whereas white fat stores energy.
Vitamin D is touted as one of our most essential health-building hormones and if levels are optimal, can reduce by 50%, your risk of dying from any disease.
Throughout history and until very recent times, man has walked, slept, and sat on the earth’s surface – skin to skin, as it were. In this way we naturally discharged electrical stress and were able to restore our natural and stable electrical state.
Lack of sleep can increase your risk of heart disease and raise your blood pressure; it can add to early aging, worsen constipation and increase your risk of dying from any disease.
Your immune system is effectively housed within your gut, so it’s vital that you digest, assimilate and utilise the food you consume to the very best of your ability.
Let me introduce myself. I’m what some might refer to as a molecule of water. I prefer to think of myself as a massive, unfulfilled storehouse of potential energy…
Research shows that intermittent fasting (temporary hunger) coupled with exercise, forces the breakdown of fat and glycogen, helping your body burn fat without sacrifising muscle mass.
Recent research suggests that we can gain huge benefits from going without food for brief-to-prolongued periods of time.