4 Ways To Stay Healthy During Lockdown – 2020 Guide – Health Education Article

When it came to lockdown, many of us had our complete lives turned upside down. We stopped doing a lot of the things we loved, and we started doing things that for many of us weren’t healthy. Whilst many of us are still in lockdown measures, we have been finding some freedoms to make life seem all the more “normal.” However, one of the things that have suffered the most has been our health. For many, not being able to…

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Good mood food – Peanut Butter Oat Bars (GF option!) – Health Article

This peanut butter oat bar recipe is a great ‘good mood food’ – nutritious but still give the comfort when you want a sweet hit and filling snack. Healthy Peanut Butter Oat Bars Recipe Are you a snacker? I sure am! Snacks can be a great way to maintain your blood sugar levels and support healthy portion sizes at meal times but, if you’re not careful they have the potential to add significantly to your overall intake. So, to keep…

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What are the Immune Boosting Ingredients a Naturopath always has on hand? – Health Article

As we head into the cooler months, keeping our immune systems in tip-top shape starts to become front of mind for many of us. While there is certainly no conclusive proof that the food we eat or supplements we take will protect us from infection, it is important to think about ways that we can support and maintain a healthy immune system. According to naturopath Angela Cali, eating plenty of immune boosting ingredients is just one of the steps we can…

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This company provides dignity and confidence to women in need by gifting their natural & organic pads. – Health Article

Have you ever had to miss school because you had your period and if you went to school you would be bullied for it? Has your education been put at risk because you weren’t able to hygienically manage your period? Have you ever been unable to afford or have access to basic sanitary products? …To be honest I feel uncomfortable even writing these questions because I know that the answer for me (and most of you) is a definite no,…

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Three Easy Steps to Infusing your own Olive Oil – Health Article

If you’ve been with me for a while you will be aware that I love olive oil, extra virgin olive oil to be precise (nutritionally there is a big difference). I use it for cooking, mix it with a balsamic for salad dressings or pair it with dukkah and bread as an appetizer. If you were with me through my low FODMAPs journey (hello, you loyal reader) then you’ll know that garlic is one of the common contributors to IBS,…

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Grief and COVID-19 – counsellor shares how to thrive in the face of loss – Health Article

I invited counsellor and psychotherapist Mandy Scotney, to share her insights with us on navigating grief and loss due to COVID-19. Most of us have experienced either the loss of jobs, income, family members due to illness or borders closing, freedoms to travel, freedoms to have family celebrations and more. The loss of control over our lives, freedoms and perhaps sense of identity has left many of us experiencing the grieving process. I knew Mandy would offer us a valuable professional…

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Berrylicious Coconut Cream Scone Biscuits (GF & DF options) – Health Article

These Berrylicious Coconut Cream Scone Biscuits are a favourite to make in our house because not only are they mouth wateringly delicious, they are low in sugar and simple to make, meaning the little people in the family can enjoy baking and eating them too! They have a crunchy outer like a biscuit, and a soft fluffy inner like a scone. Best of all, they use simple pantry items, which I can guarantee most of us have on hand. They’re…

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The TRUTH of Living with Lyme Disease, Inspired by Glennon Doyle. 🤍 – Health Article

Yesterday was a beautiful Sunday. Or at least the type of beautiful Sunday I have come to appreciate and love over the last few years. I was laying in bed reading Untamed by Glennon Doyle, halfway trying to ignore the searing pain pulsing through every muscle, joint, and bone of my body. Halfway feeling the pain’s presence, always feeling its presence because it is always, always there. It felt so blissful to rest, like really rest. For once even though I was in excrutiating…

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Advice that Doctors do not Give: How to Extend your Life! – Healthbulk – HealthBulk – Health Article

Regardless of the disease that we suffer, the solution of the doctors always seems to be a pill and worse, the pill does not heal the sick, but hides the symptoms while your physical and mental state continue to deteriorate. This proposal is not new, but quite the opposite. Our ancestors never suffered a heart attack and in the paleolithic era there were no sleeping pills or insulin injections. Evolution has helped many aspects of daily life, but it has…

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3 Ways to Cut Costs While Travelling – Health Article

Let’s face it: Travelling is expensive. After you’ve bought the flights, paid for hire cars, accommodation and travel insurance, you’ve already spent the majority of your budget before you’ve even walked out your front door. I know first hand how much travelling can impact your bank account, and how painful it can feel to constantly be handing your card over; so this holiday season I’ve thought of  3 ways to cut costs that won’t get in the way of the…

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How to manage medically diagnosed IBS in the Silly Season – Health Article

With the joys of Christmas come the joys of Christmas food. Well, for most people at least. For those of us that suffer from medically diagnosed IBS, the ‘joys’ of Christmas food can quickly become the most stressful (or uncomfortable) thing that we have to deal with! I have medically diagnosed IBS and I experience the stress of managing the Christmas social events with the pressure of complicated dietary requirements first hand. What a PAIN it can be. But I…

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The most important thing you can do this Christmas. – Health Article

Christmas is only five sleeps away. Eeeeeee. Are you ready for everything? Have you got all your decorations in place? Do you have your menu planned and your Christmas Eve grocery list written out? Did you remember to get the Bon Bon’s and the Christmas serviettes? And importantly – have you checked out my 2018 Fit Girl Gift Guide and finished your gift shopping??? I love Christmas. It’s one of my favourite times of year. I love taking time out,…

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On Starting A Business & Creating An Inspired Life: The Real Story (PART 2) – Health Article

This is Part 2 of a full series this month, taking you behind-the-scenes of building and creating a business & doing what you love: the ups, the downs, the tears & the real real. Yes, I tell this story every year, because every year there is more to share and tell and show you, especially for those of you that have dreams of your own business or something like it. Our stories are so important to tell, and are so…

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