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Time Saving Hacks in your Kitchen

Time Saving Hacks in your Kitchen

Many Australians have a desire to cook homemade meals and three in four (74%) families cook their family a meal five or more nights a week.  Some challenges that confront home cooks are the cost of groceries, confidence in the kitchen, trying to “please the masses” and being time poor.  Indeed a recent report highlights that 18% of people say...

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Be Your Own Food Tribe – Just do Food

Be Your Own Food Tribe – Just do Food

According to a recent study, one-in-three Australians exclude specific food groups from their diet – including wheat or gluten, dairy and/or animal products.  My observation within my practice is that this number may be even higher. Every day I hear conversations around what food movement people follow and it seems that this food avoidance is being linked to a sense...

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Find your joy and happiness with food

Find your joy and happiness with food

The Spoon Project is an initiative of Rachael Bradford, Nutritionist and Director of Eat and Enjoy Nutrition, to help people have an enjoyable, freeing & healthful relationship with food.  to help people move towards a positive, healthful and happy relationship with food. The Nourish & Nurture spoon is a uniquely special spoon with hand-stamped inscription of “nourish & nurture” on...

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Shaking the Salt Habit

Shaking the Salt Habit

Australians are eating too much salt and this over a long period of time can have an effect on health.  It can contribute to chronic disease such as blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and stroke.  There is a linear relationship with high sodium intake and high blood pressure and reducing the salt intake of someone with high blood pressure is...

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What to Eat & Drink for a Winning Smile

What to Eat & Drink for a Winning Smile

Eating dairy foods rich in calcium, casein and phosporous is important for building strong and healthy teeth.  There are many other foods and drinks that have a detrimental effect on dental health and tooth enamel. Recent Australian statistics (2018) reveal that 42% of all children aged 5 – 10 years have experienced tooth decay in their primary (baby) teeth.  Healthy...

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The Short and Long of Coffee and its effect on your Health

The Short and Long of Coffee and its effect on your Health

We certainly live in a vibrant coffee culture and it is fair to say that many of us share a love of coffee.  While our overall coffee consumption has declined slightly in recent years, our café visits and ownership of household espresso machines has risen.  A 2014 study reported that parents have a higher coffee consumption than those without children...

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Beating Bloat: The Role of Nutrition in Treating IBS

Beating Bloat: The Role of Nutrition in Treating IBS

Happy and healthy bowels are the pillars for the body.  They’re also the cornerstone of vitality, health and well-being.  When the gut is working well, people feel vibrant and full of energy.  However, if there is a chink in its armour, the body will soon exhibit unpleasant bowel symptoms. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common functional gastrointestinal disorder, affecting...

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