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Your poo and how it is helping during Covid-19

2021-06-01T04:47:03+00:00

There’s a joke in our house that never fails to get a laugh…Why did the toilet paper roll down the hill? Because it wanted to get to the bottom. “Bottom! Mum said bottom!” So I trust that writing the word poo started to form a slight smile on your face. Let me see if I

Your poo and how it is helping during Covid-192021-06-01T04:47:03+00:00

What to avoid when your child says others are commenting on their body

2021-06-01T04:42:50+00:00

Maya (identifying details in this story have been changed) came to see me regarding her son this week. With the return to school, she was feeling anxious about other children at school commenting on her son’s weight gain over summer. Maya came to see me alone, which was a wise choice. While there is plenty

What to avoid when your child says others are commenting on their body2021-06-01T04:42:50+00:00

Can a nutrient save your life during Covid?

2021-06-01T04:37:42+00:00

  This will be short and sweet because I don’t want to dilute the point. Since early days with Covid-19 there has been suspicion around a certain nutrient playing a very protective role for people around the virus. This was based on the characteristics of people who well becoming really unwell, and unfortunately some passing

Can a nutrient save your life during Covid?2021-06-01T04:37:42+00:00

A truth about sugar that you might just want to hear

2021-06-01T04:34:19+00:00

I hate being bad. Naughty. Unhealthy. If someone tells me that doing something is bad, then I’m likely to feel pretty crappy if I do it. I know a lot of my clients have this experience around food. Eating a food they consider to be “bad” can bring on feelings of shame and guilt. Last

A truth about sugar that you might just want to hear2021-06-01T04:34:19+00:00

La Nina and Your Health

2021-06-01T04:38:59+00:00

The officials still called it summer. Not many of the rest of us did. The lowest maximum temperature was 13°C in Melbourne. Laugh away the rest of you. Overall maximum temperatures were down in many parts of the country (www.bom.gov.au). Apparently the “girl-child” or La Nina caused this temperature change. How does this relate to

La Nina and Your Health2021-06-01T04:38:59+00:00
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