Recipe of the week: My whole food, super smoothie

This recipe may sound strange but it actually tastes really good, its creamy, tangy and thick! The way I like it. But because of the nature of smoothies you can make it whatever you want and change it around. This smoothie doesn't contain any expensive, fancy powders but just real, whole foods with their own … Continue reading Recipe of the week: My whole food, super smoothie

What I have tried thus far: Practitioners, education and support online

A wise practitioner once said to me, never take everything a practitioner tells you as being gospel, look into things and question everything! I am a really optimistic, positive person, which is great, but early on in my healing journey these traits stopped me from seeing the bigger picture. I would see one practitioner and … Continue reading What I have tried thus far: Practitioners, education and support online

How many pesticides are in your favourite fresh foods.

There is much debate about the differences between conventional and organic food. It is quite often in the media I hear the argument is organic any better for us? and the 'experts' (most likely linked to produce trade groups and pesticide manufacturers) replies are always no, there is no solid scientific proof that organic is … Continue reading How many pesticides are in your favourite fresh foods.

Audio podcasts: Primal living, Sugar and an oldie but a goodie

Why hello there. Yesterday I found a very dated but really endearing radio interview from 2006 with Alastair Lynch, who was a professional AFL footballer for the brisbane Lions and personally suffered ME/CFS and Duncan Armstrong an olympic gold medalist who also suffered and defeated ME/CFS. Alastair is the author of 'Taking nothing for granted' … Continue reading Audio podcasts: Primal living, Sugar and an oldie but a goodie