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The best tips and tricks to boost your nutrition and maintain a healthy, clean diet to support your goals.

Tigernuts have been around for thousands of years. In fact, according to research published by Oxford University, they made up 80 per cent of the diet of ‘Nutcracker Man’, who lived two million years ago. They’ve hung around a fair while too –  a popular choice at the local sweet shop as recently as the …

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Coming up to Christmas with the onslaught of parties and office nibbles, it’s hard to maintain balance with food an exercise. This year I’m saying no to bloating and discomfort! There are ways to enjoy festivities without hindering your health goals. Naturopath, fellow health blogger and leading author Lee Holmes talks us through her top tips …

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Nutritionist Zoe Bingley-Pullen gives readers tips on how to avoid undoing all the good work you’ve done throughout the year at Christmas-time. Follow her health-smart tips!   We work hard all year to maintain our health and fitness goals whatever they may be. Avoid being tempted to undo all good and don’t let your health …

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You know the story – you’ve had the same soggy tuna salad for the last 3 days and it’s starting to wear thin. You long to get home and make a proper meal WITH a dressing that doesn’t involve wet leaves. The office lunch is a sad affair – and being honest with ourselves, salads just …

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It seems the world has gone green with envy over this stuff. Those who have their hands on it can’t get enough of it’s earthy taste and awesome health benefits. So whats the go with this new healthy tea stuff? Good question… WHAT IS IT? Matcha Powder is green tea leaves, ground. Schimples. Matcha has …

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With more than 7% of Australians now being diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), it is likely that you, or someone you know may suffer from this debilitating condition. Research shows that following a low FODMAP diet is the best way of managing your symptoms and IBS overall. But what are FODMAPs Here I’ll explain …

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Posted under: nutrition, IB, Bloating, Digestion