Tag Archives: Nutrition

Personalised healthy eating

When it comes to being ‘healthy’, or, more specifically, ‘healthy eating’, there’s so many options to choose from, it’s easy to get confused. Read More

The gut-brain connection

The gut is more than just the thing that absorbs and digests your food. Read More

Why calories don’t count

It’s true that if you consume fewer calories than you expend, weight loss happens. But the actual process of calorie counting is surprisingly inaccurate and totally flawed. Read More

What’s up with kids half time sports snacks?

No matter what the advertising says, everyone knows lollies and sweets are simply empty sugar calories (artificial colour and flavour free or not) offering no nutritional value. Read More

Emotional Eating vs Mindful Eating

We know we need food to provide us with nourishment and energy and to satisfy hunger but oftentimes we also use food as a way to deal with stress and difficult emotions. Read More

Do we really need to exercise more and eat less?

Weight loss is all about calories in and calories out, right? Read More

Do You Nourish or Do You Fuel?

Increasingly people are chronically undernourished from lack of variety and nutrient poor food choices but still obese from a calorie dense, nutrient deficient diet. It’s an oxymoron. Read More

That Sugar Film

There’s so much information out there about what is ‘healthy’ it can be pretty confusing. Read More

Guilt-Free Christmas

I could give you all the usual advice at this time of year about moderation, staying active and all that stuff you already know. Read More