A week is never enough in Byron. I say that purely because we had a week & I feel like I didn't scratch the surface of all the epic cafes, shops, restaurants & things to do & that was just in town. We were extremely fortunate to be up in Byron celebrating our Mum's 70th … Continue reading Byron Bay
MAY 2019: A year on from our last Dientamoeba Fragilis diagnosis & we're back to square one. I noticed in my 7 year old increasing aggression, anger, irritability, night terrors (thankfully unlike last year these were only occasional), teeth grinding & gas (from the most non-farty kid you'll ever meet). To me these symptoms were … Continue reading Dientamoeba Fragilis
Polymyalgia & an anti-inflammatory diet
We have just spent the weekend with a family friend who is suffering from POlymyalgia. having known him my whole life, it was awful to see someone in such pain -he put up a valiant effort with guests there, but his pain was evident. As a Health Coach, I do not have the answer to … Continue reading Polymyalgia & an anti-inflammatory diet
Can you buy healthy foods at the supermarket?
Cost is our biggest prohibition when it comes to healthy eating. let's face it, not everyone has $50 to spend on a protein powder, or "wellness elixir". As I am on maternity leave, I spend (too much) time trawling supermarket aisles, looking for not only the healthiest products, but also ones that won't send you … Continue reading Can you buy healthy foods at the supermarket?
Food in schools
Feeling so inspired from Module 32 of my Institute for Integrative Nutrition study, which focused on changing the food in children's schools. Granted the lectures were all based on the USA, where children eat school meals, as opposed to in Australia where most children take their own lunches, or occasionally order from the canteen. Regardless, … Continue reading Food in schools