Char-Grilled Prawn and Corn Salad

2021-01-28T01:50:55+00:00

20 uncooked medium prawns 2 cloves of garlic crushed 2 Tbsp lime juice 1/2 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp caster sugar 1Tbsp olive oil 2 trimmed corn cobs 20g butter softened 2 Tbsp olive oil, extra 3 corn tortillas 2 medium avocados 1/2 iceberg lettuce 6 small radishes trimmed and sliced thinly 1 cup fresh [...]

Char-Grilled Prawn and Corn Salad2021-01-28T01:50:55+00:00

Autumn—shedding

2020-03-03T05:56:31+00:00

In autumn the trees shed their leaves. When I picture this act of shedding, the trees must let go to allow space for the new growth that arrives in spring. We can use this analogy in our own lives. What are you holding onto that no longer serves you? If we let go of the [...]

Autumn—shedding2020-03-03T05:56:31+00:00

Nutritional Supplements for Mental Health

2020-03-03T05:52:36+00:00

The worlds largest review of top-tier evidence, published in World Psychiatry, examined 33 meta-analyses of randomised control trials and gathered data from 10,951 people with mental health disorders including depression, stress, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and ADHD. The review found strong evidence for omega-3 supplements as an add on treatment for major depression, reducing [...]

Nutritional Supplements for Mental Health2020-03-03T05:52:36+00:00

The gift of being grateful

2019-03-28T07:33:25+00:00

As some of you are aware, some big things have been happening to people around me. Sometimes when life becomes a bit overwhelming, it can be difficult to see past the negative and look at what you are grateful for. Being a ‘glass half full’ kind of gal, this got me thinking about the positives [...]

The gift of being grateful2019-03-28T07:33:25+00:00

Minerals and exercise increase bone mass and strength

2019-03-28T07:31:13+00:00

Weight-bearing exercise is well-known for its benefits to bone health, including improving increases in bone mass, whole-bone strength, tissue quality and fracture resistance. As bone mass becomes less responsive to exercise as we age, it may be beneficial to maximise bone mass earlier in life. One strategy is to increase bone mass in early adulthood [...]

Minerals and exercise increase bone mass and strength2019-03-28T07:31:13+00:00

Ways to reverse the damage caused by excessive sitting

2019-03-28T07:28:05+00:00

Our bodies are made to move. In our modern sedentary lifestyle, many people are encouraged to sit for prolonged periods. Excessive sitting causes your legs and hips to become tight and leaves your glutes completely inactive. Have you ever experienced that moment when you stand after prolonged sitting and your behind is completely numb? Add [...]

Ways to reverse the damage caused by excessive sitting2019-03-28T07:28:05+00:00

What is Kinesiology tape or Rock tape?

2018-09-25T02:23:57+00:00

Recently Dr Paije went to a seminar on Rock tape. Rock tape is a type of kinesiology tape. It is the colourful tape you see on many athletes at the Olympics and is very different to the regular athletic strapping tape. It is a rehabilitation tape that is designed to facilitate the body’s healing process [...]

What is Kinesiology tape or Rock tape?2018-09-25T02:23:57+00:00

Lemon Bliss Balls

2018-05-29T05:12:24+00:00

I love a good bliss ball. They are a good snack, an easy breakfast, an after dinner treat... the possibilities are endless. I made these lemon bliss balls last week and they are delicious! 1/2 cup cashews 1/2 cup almonds 1/2 cup shredded coconut 1 cup dates juice and zest of 1 lemon I put [...]

Lemon Bliss Balls2018-05-29T05:12:24+00:00

Balance in Life

2017-09-11T07:18:52+00:00

Many of you would recall during your initial consult, one of the questions I ask is, “What do you do for fun?” I am often given one of 2 responses. 1. Laughter 2. ‘Fun, I don’t have fun’ If I were asked that same question, I wouldn’t know where to begin. I have my animals, [...]

Balance in Life2017-09-11T07:18:52+00:00
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