7 Tips to Ease Into Meditation

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My Favourite Guided Meditations

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My Favourite Guided Meditations After reading my 7 Tips To Easy Into Meditation, I hope you feel motivated and are ready to get started! Here are some links to some of my favourite guided meditations.  Click on the highlighted words and you’ll go straight to Youtube.  Wear headphones for a deeper and easier practice. Enjoy! […]

Summer Food Changeover

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Summer Food Changeover Have you noticed how your body naturally tends to crave comfort foods in the winter and lighter foods in the summer? During summer, your body temperature will slightly increase, with the external heat and longer hours of daylight. As usual, always follow your instincts when it comes to nourishment, and seasonal changes […]

Vietnamese Gut-Friendly Salad

Vietnamese cabbage salad

Vietnamese (inspired) Gut-Friendly Salad I love love love this light salad and so do my kids! Especially in the summer months when your body craves more raw, light foods and easy to put together meals. You can adapt it to be vegan or vegetarian by replacing the chicken with some tofu or even butterbeans or […]

Transform Your Mind: Transform Your Body

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Transform Your Mind: Transform Your Body I recently attended a 3-day Dr Joe Dispenza retreat and his teachings and research deeply resonated with me. Personally and professionally. I won’t bore you with the numerous personal insights I gained. But I will share how his teachings (and those of many before him) can affect you – […]

Moving For Gut Health

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Moving For Health We’ve all heard by now that exercise is essential for good health and longevity.  No surprises there. The surprise can come however, when you overdo exercise and end up more exhausted and depleted than when you started running/swimming/gym sessions etc. This is the phase that I call the ‘red zone’ of exercise […]

Constipation Protocol

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Constipation Protocol Most people I come across don’t really know whether they’re constipated or not.  Some will say they’re not and then reveal they only open their bowels 2-3 times a week and that it’s ‘normal’ for them. To ease understanding therefore, I thought I’d give you two questions to determine whether you are or […]

Five Tips To Increase Fibre (safely)

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Five Tips To Increase Fibre (safely) We all know fibre is good for us. It has been found to help bulk your stools to relieve constipation, feeds good gut bacteria, helps with weight-loss, lowers excess cholesterol, and may help balance blood sugar and insulin-resistant diseases. However, eating too much fibre too quickly can also lead […]

Perfect Hydration Guide

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Perfect Hydration Guide How Much Water To Drink: Drink about half of your body weight (ounces of water/in pounds) For example, if your body weight is 150 pounds, then you need to drink around 75 ounces of water a day. Sipped slowly through the day (2.5L or just about) WARNING: if you suffer from heartburn […]

Spring Fresh Asparagus and Avocado Salad

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Spring Fresh Asparagus And Avocado Salad This salad celebrates the flavours of spring with tender asparagus and creamy avocado, complemented by sweet cherry tomatoes and aromatic basil. The lemon and olive oil dressing adds brightness and freshness to the salad, while toasted pine nuts provide a crunchy texture and some protein. Add a soft boiled […]