A CSIRO study of Australian adults found the daily intake of Magnesium was below the RDI for: – 50% of all males tested – 39% of all females Causes: – Poor dietary intake • ↓ green leafy vegetables, nuts and seeds, grains Poor absorption • Gut issues, diarrhoea Hyper-excretion • Diuretics, alcohol, coffee, drugs, pH Read more about Could You Be Magnesium Deficient? Consider These 8 Warning Signs…[…]
Did you know… Asparagus is a great source of fibre, folate, vitamins A and C, and prebiotics (foods that promote the growth of beneficial microorganisms in the intestines). This nutrient-dense vegetable is also a rich source of glutathione, a detoxifying compound that helps break down carcinogens and free radicals, which helps fight against cancer and Read more about Aspargus[…]
So, you’ve heard Hippocrates’ famous words “all disease begins in the gut”, but are unsure how you can heal the gut to resolve your ill health. Well, one easy step to get your started now is incorporate bone broth into your daily life. It’s as simple as getting bones from grass feed or organic animals, Read more about Gut Health[…]
Looks like winter is a back, out with the scarves and beanies and try and avoid the pesky common cold. Three vital spices I recommend for building strong immunity in any season, but especially in winter. Cinnamon – As well as being delicious, Cinnamon has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. Qualities that are all essential Read more about Winter is back ….[…]
Some of the additives to avoid during pregnancy and breast feeding MSG (Monosodium glutamate) Number 621 MSG is a flavour enhancer most commonly found in Chinese and also Japanese foods. It also crops up on the ingredients list of some stocks, snacks, sauces and many brands of crisps. It can cause headache and stomach upsets Read more about Additives to avoid during pregnancy and breast feeding[…]
Enzymes. For many of us, the word conjures images of high school science class, when the teacher cut an apple so we could watch it turn brown. There they were—enzymes in action. So, what is an enzyme? Comprised of amino acids, enzymes are substances produced by living organisms that are essential for catalysing biochemical reactions. Read more about Enzymes, cultured foods and vibrant good health[…]
Mindful eating is eating with intention and attention Count how many times you chew your food when you eat ? Count how many times today you sat down at a table with no device in sight to eat ?
Peaches Peaches are a rich source of vital minerals such as potassium for a healthy heart, fluoride for strong bones and teeth, and iron which is required for red blood cell formation. Peaches are also a good source of vitamin A, C and B carotene. When buying peaches look for ripe fruits that yield gently Read more about Seasonal Produce – March[…]