Category: Featured

Fuel Yourself to Be Exam Ready
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Fuel Yourself to Be Exam Ready

Everyone knows that a nutritious diet is important when training for a sports competition or a big game.  However, many people don’t understand the importance of optimal nutrition for study and exam preparation.  The brain requires essential nutrients and foods to improve alertness, concentration, memory, mood and your ability to cope with stress.  Lack of...

Menopause – let’s talk about it
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Menopause – let’s talk about it

Menopause is a natural stage in a woman’s life. Symptoms in menopause vary enormously among women and are largely dependent on a woman’s state of health, nutrition and lifestyle, stress levels and level of hormone chaos.  However, there are some simple strategies that can help ease some menopausal symptoms. Menopause officially occurs one year after...

Office Dining – Getting it Right
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Office Dining – Getting it Right

For many of us, we spend a great deal of our week at work, and over half of our meals are consumed at the office.  There are some common workplace food traps such as the frequent coffee runs, the mid-afternoon sweet cravings, weekly office celebrations and limited healthy food options available.  Try these few office...

The Gluten vs Wheat Confusion
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The Gluten vs Wheat Confusion

More and more people are eating gluten-free … for medical reasons such as coeliac disease or non-coeliac gluten sensitivity or simply as part of a growing food trend.  Recent research has indicated that the popularity of gluten-free diet has increased in the last decade and at times up to 20 per cent of the population...

Time Saving Hacks in your Kitchen
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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...

Be Your Own Food Tribe – Just do Food
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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...

Find your joy and happiness with food
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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...

Get off the Diet-Merry-Go-Round
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Get off the Diet-Merry-Go-Round

There is a common misconception that people fail at diets because they lack will-power.  The truth of the matter is that diets fail people – every single time.  Our bodies and our minds are not meant to diet, and if our body is forced to eat less than what it needs each day, it will...

Activate your Energy Levels with the Food Choices you make
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Activate your Energy Levels with the Food Choices you make

Energy is one of the body’s most precious resources and one that is so directly affected by the busy “switched-on” lives we lead, the food we eat, the activity we do, and the sleep we get.  The good news is there are many things that you can do each day to increase your energy and...

Food, Mood, Gut & Depression
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Food, Mood, Gut & Depression

Food can affect our mood, and indeed our mood can affect the food choices that we make. Many studies around the world are showing that the same nourishing dietary patterns which improve your physical health can also have a protective effect against depressive disorders.  Conversely, dietary patterns which are very high in ultra-processed foods (refined...

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