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  • Wellness Gurus and Fraudsters

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    Share I have been following the ‘wellness’ trend with interest for some time now, but have declined to comment or write too much about it. Even though I disagree with the way some of these so called ‘experts’ peddle their messages, I do think that …

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  • The easiest way to take 10 minutes off your marathon time

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    Share What is the easiest way to take 10 minutes off your marathon time? A recent study published in IJSNEM has showed that using a scientific approach to nutrition in a marathon takes, on average, 10 minutes and 55 seconds off a non elite runners marathon time. …

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  • What would you like to see from us?

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    Share Happy new year everyone! It is that time of year when we are finalizing plans of things we would like to achieve for the year ahead. As such, Monica and I have been discussing the different things we want to do to keep improving the …

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  • A Year in Review

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    Share I have just been looking back over my blog posts for the year, and for me, there are 4 key themes of things that I have learnt this year: 1. Grains have been in the media, for many reasons, some positive, some not so positive. Eating …

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  • Skewed Portions

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    Share I often ask my clients to keep a food diary. Why? Because I don’t expect you to remember everything you eat. Sometimes though, from looking at a basic food diary, it can be confusing why there may not have been a shift in weight, …

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  • Ordinary people can achieve extraordinary things

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    Share Have you ever felt like you couldn’t achieve something? Felt like the task was so insurmountable that there was no way you could achieve it? I have noticed recently people saying phrases like ‘there is no way I could ever do that’, ‘…. Just …

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    Fish recipe!

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    Share One of the most common things I get asked for from a recipe perspective is ideas for cooking fish. As more and more of the clients I see are looking for ways of managing chronic inflammation, I have been playing with new ideas of meals to …

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  • Easy ways to increase your veggie intake

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    Share Research shows that most Australians are not getting enough vegetables in on a daily basis. Why is it dietitians (and other health professionals) are always harping on about them? They are low in energy, and rich in nutrients and fibre, so one of the …

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  • Does it matter if you eat gluten free?

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    Share Of late, I have been noting much fuss about the increase in people following a gluten free diet, along with the fact that many may be doing so unnecessarily.   So what is the go with gluten? Gluten is a type of protein that …

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  • Top 5 Reasons to Eat Barley

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    Share Barley, often seen as pearl barley is one of my favourite grains to recommend to people to include as part of a healthy diet. Why? Here are my top 5 reasons to eat barley: 1. It is Low GI: Coming in with a GI …

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