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Nutrient Dense Food for Women that Workout

Hello there, My sister is training for the Noosa Triathon, along with approximately 8500 others who will take part in the 3rd largest Olympic distance triathon next month. Growing up we lived at the top of a huge hill and I would always be the one running ahead of my sister, telling her to keep up. Oh how the tables have turned - every time I see her lately she's in full body lycra and has been for a 50km bike ride, a long distance run or has swum the full width of Bondi twice (I'm exhausted just hearing about it)! She looks buff and I feel incredibly Mumsy...

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How to Detox Without Ruining Your Life

Hello there  This week on the blog Dina Savitz, naturopath and fitness and wellness consultant, shares some great detox gems with you. Dina works with women who feel run down and not functioning at their optimal level of health. She helps them discover renewed energy through a healthy diet and exercise plan. Dina has a wonderful health kickstart program staring in June, which you can read more about below. How to Detox without Ruining Your Life - Dina Savitz. The word detox may bring up a range of emotions for you – fear, apprehension, disinterest and general negativity, especially since it...

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Tackling Tummy Troubles

We are very grateful to have the wonderful Lisa Guy (Naturopath) contribute to the Nourishing Hub blog again this week. Lisa shares some practical tips on improving digestive health. Irritable bowl syndrome (IBS), bloating and indigestion are all health common issues, particularly for women. This informative article provides some useful advice on tackling tummy troubles. Lisa is a well respected Sydney based naturopath, nutritionist and passionate foodie (Lisa also consults online for those farther afield). In addition to operating her 'Art of Healing' clinic, Lisa makes regular contributions to a variety of leading magazines, newspapers and websites, she is also an author of...

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The Mum's Guide To Feeling More Energised

We are very fortunate to have the wonderful Lisa Guy contribute to the Nourishing Hub blog again this week. Lisa is a respected Sydney based naturopath, nutritionist and passionate foodie. In addition to operating her 'Art of Healing' clinic, Lisa makes regular contributions to a variety of leading magazines, newspapers and websites. Read more about Lisa below.The Mum's Guide to Feeling More EnergisedLisa Guy ND Being a mum can be one of the most rewarding and yet one of the most tiring occupations going. When you bring your little bundle of joy home for the first time the option of resting...

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Supercharge your day with Maca

We are very fortunate to have the inspiring Lisa Guy contribute to the Nourishing Hub blog this week.  Lisa is a respected Sydney based naturopath, nutritionist and passionate foodie.  In addition to operating her 'Art of Healing' clinic, Lisa makes regular contributions to a variety of leading magazines, newspapers and websites.Lisa is the author several books including My Goodness: all you need to know about children’s health and nutrition, Heal Yourself, and Pregnancy Essentials. She is also Body and Soul magazine's resident nutrition expert. Lisa is driven by a desire to help people achieve their happiest, healthiest selves by using...

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The Role of Omegas in Pregnancy, Post Birth and Children Development‏

This week's blog is a guest article from Nordic Naturals written by Warren Maginn  B.H.S.c. (Nutr. Med.), Grad.Cert. (Hum. Nutr.) Warren is a Clinical Nutritionist who specialises in the treatment of chronic immune disorders, nutritional deficiencies and hormonal imbalances through the principles of Functional & Integrative Medicine.When it comes to giving your children the essential nutrients for optimal health and development, consideration needs to start during pregnancy. From pregnancy to post birth, omegas play a critical role in contributing to healthier deliveries and higher cognitive performance in infants, toddlers, and children.[1]        Prenatal and Post Birth EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and...

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Picnics, Sunblock, Recipes, Christmas Specials + More

November is a great month to… Have a Picnic The weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer - why not take advantage of being outdoors.  Gather your friends, family and loved ones and opt for a shared meal outside. I am a big fan of cafe culture but there is something so liberating about spreading out a mat and sharing beautiful food with others.             This picture is a little shared picnic we had in Bronte last summer. You may be able to spot my Cauliflower and Yogurt Salad, which is a great summer dish to share...

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