Changing Habits Blog

8 Health Hacks To Increase Your Productivity

With people everywhere facing increasing demands and work and at home, being more productive is essential. While it may sometimes feel like there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything you need to do, there are changes you can make that will be...

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5 Easy Ways to Make Your Coffee Healthier

Coffee doesn’t just give you a boost in the morning by keeping you alert; it also helps to improve cognitive function, mood, reaction time, memory and raises the metabolism. Coffee also appears to lower the risk of liver cancer. There are also many nutrients found in...

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How to Encourage Your Loved One to Adopt Healthy Habits

Whether it’s a friend, family member, or significant other, many of us have someone close to us who may need a (rather large) nudge in the right direction when it comes to their health. Maybe it's someone who could get off the couch more often, or add more green...

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Soy – Is It As Healthy As You Think?

Today, it’s really easy to become a vegetarian or vegan as the soy industry has created numerous products for vegetarians and vegans to get their daily protein needs. From the humble soy bean we have soy flour, tempeh, tofu, soy milk, soy sauce, vegetable oil, miso,...

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10 Vegetarian Protein Options That Won’t Destroy Your Gut

Protein is important to our health because it is one of the building blocks for our body. Without it, we wouldn’t function at our best and our bodies wouldn’t be able to support us in the long-term. When most people think about protein, they think of meat, fish,...

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Travelling Abroad the Healthy Way

I’ve recently just come home from a 3 week holiday in the South Island of New Zealand. Anyone that loves hiking, adventures and hates the humidity as much as I do would understand why I wanted to stay there forever, it was glorious. People often ask me how I managed...

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Ketosis – can we achieve it in a pill?

The body’s ability to be healthy is not hard. It just needs clean air, clean water, real foods, movement, a sense of purpose and meaningful human connection.Science has changed all this:- funding, interests, poor design, poor hypothesis, non-replicable research have...

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8 Signs Your Body Is Inflamed and What You Can Do About It

Inflammation in your body is absolutely crucial. When your body perceives something as a threat, it protects itself and this process is called an inflammatory response.Many chemical signals are produced in the body which defend it from triggers such as consuming...

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Staying On Track With Your 2017 Goals

Do you have big dreams and goals for 2017?  Are you one of those people that make New Year’s resolutions each year and keep them or do you have great intentions to make changes in your life, however a couple of months into the New Year, your ‘day to day’ life seems to...

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10 Ways to Stay Healthy and Still Have Fun on New Year’s Eve

One of the most important things about health is to ensure you are always happy, having fun and spending time with loved ones. So how do you enjoy yourself on New Year’s Eve without letting all your incredible healthy habits go by the wayside?I can assure you that I...

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Healthy Wholefood Recipe Ideas for Christmas Day

Are you hosting Christmas this year and looking to cater for everyone’s dietary requirements? Whether it’s dairy free, wheat free, gluten free, grain free, egg free, nut free, soy free or meat free, organising a menu that suits everyone’s needs can be a...

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Unmasking Hidden Sugars

Our sugar intake isn’t always as obvious as the usual suspects such as sweets, biscuits, cakes and soft drinks. There are many types of hidden sugars that are included in different types of ‘modern’ packaged foods. Did you know that food manufacturers often use 3-4...

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Why Soil Health Is So Important And How You Can Improve It

The health of our soil is intimately connected with the health of everything that surrounds it. The quality of our vegetables is determined by the quality of the soil they grow in. The quality of the meat we eat from the animals that live off the land is determined by...

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8 De-stressing Techniques That Aren’t Meditation

It’s important to be aware of what causes you stress in your life, enabling you to manage it rather than reacting to the circumstances. Some stress is healthy for you, as it protect you in times of need and can give you a sense of focus.For example when you’re in...

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7 Foods That Boost Your Skin’s Natural Sun Protection

The immunity of the skin is not just based on the tan or the things you put on your skin. It is also important to look at the medications you consume, as specific medications can increase the skin’s sensitivity to sunlight. However, did you know that what you eat also...

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5 Healthy Snacks To Keep In Your Desk Drawer

Sometimes working eight or more hours a day can make it difficult to eat healthfully unless you plan ahead. Before you dig through your bag for spare change and head to the closest vending machine, café or supermarket, plan ahead and stash healthy, nutritious snacks...

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4 Delicious, Must Have Healthy Condiments

You can make your meals as simple or as complicated as you like. Eating a real food diet is exciting when you can spruce up any meal with tasty, delicious and extra nourishing condiments.Here are some of our absolute favourites that are easy to make...

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Part 2 – 20 Inflammation Fighting Foods

Anti-inflammatory diets have become very popular over the past few years. If you want to eat for long-term health, then lowering inflammation is essential for transforming your health. As I mentioned in part one of this blog series, inflammation in the body can...

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Inflammation Explained: What Exactly Is It?

Everything seems to cause inflammation; from too many Omega 6 fats to processed foods to modern wheat grain and stress or injury. But what exactly is inflammation and is it harmful or helpful? I get these types of questions all the time. So, in plain, easy to...

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Nutritionist Abroad: Sheridan Goes to Spain

I recently travelled to Spain for my sister’s wedding — what I would do to be back there right now! The wedding week was located in Moraira, where we lived in a villa overlooking crystal clear blue seas, pebble beaches and glowing cliffs as the sun rose in the morning...

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Fibre and its Benefits… Beyond Regularity

The Dieticians Association of Australia's (DAA) current recommendation for dietary fibre is 25-30g fibre per day.However according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), 20% of the population believe they don’t get enough fibre, and more than one in...

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