Changing Habits Blog
Are you one of the many people who find they cannot tolerate dairy? We look at why this might be, the symptoms associated with dairy intolerance and what you can do about it.
You spend A LOT of time asleep on your mattress. But have ever considered what exactly you are sleeping on? Your mattress might be one of the most toxic things in your home. We explain more here.
Sugar comes in many, many forms – from natural produce like fruits, grains and vegetables to processed forms like caster sugar. As with most foods, the quality of the sugar is much more important than the quantity. Our nutritionist explains.
Think butter is bad for you? Enjoy a ‘healthy’ breakfast cereal each morning? You might want to read this blog! We debunk some common food myths that just might change the way you look at the food you eat…
Inflammation has been shown to be a huge factor in the development of diabetes and obesity – two health problems that affect many Australians. We explore how processed foods – and the inflammation they cause – may play a part in these diseases.
Taking time to enjoy your food has more benefits than you might think – including improving your digestion and helping it to function more efficiently. We explain how simple steps, like chewing your food properly, can go a long way in aiding your body’s digestive processes.
Antibiotics can damage your beneficial gut microbes, which can lead to autoimmune diseases, gut issues and insomnia, among other problems. They are over-prescribed – being used when they are not always needed – but what are the alternatives? We explore some natural ways to help heal your body.
Diabetes is a common disease, with a new diagnosis in Australia every 5 minutes. Read this blog to find out more about living with diabetes, including the types of foods that may be beneficial to you.
PCOS is a common disorder among women, with a range of symptoms including period irregularities, weight gain, depression and fatigue. Like many disorders, diet can have an impact on your symptoms. Here we share three tips for managing your PCOS with the foods you eat.
Love it or loathe it, exercise benefits your body in so many ways! We explain why it is so important for your health and how you can succeed in making time for movement every day – it’s not as hard as it sounds!
At 36, Melissa Hickey had a heart attack. She explains how this was the kickstart she needed to change her habits for good, and improve both her physical and emotional health – with some fantastic results for her mind and body.
Cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, heart failure, stroke, arrhythmia and heart valve problems are believed to be highly correlated to the health of our gut. Our nutritionist Sheridan explains how to improve the health of your gut, to improve the health of your heart.
Melinda Blundell of EMU Wellness shares her delicious version of a Cherry Ripe slice. Nutritious and delicious – the perfect combo!
If you are tired, find it difficult to concentrate and keep getting sick, you might be deficient in iron. Iron is an important nutrient that helps your blood cells to deliver the oxygen your tissues and organs need to function optimally. We explain how to boost your iron levels naturally.
Dopamine is the brain chemical that concerns motivation, memory, pleasure and more and low levels can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, low libido and anxiety. Here we discuss how you can boost your levels of dopamine naturally.
Mercury is a toxin yet it is still being using in fillings. Here, Cyndi O’Meara explains how Dr Lisa Matriste and her organisation Say No To Mercury are looking to set this right.
As flu season hits, you may think about resorting to medication like Tamiflu to help fight the virus – but medications have many possible side effects. Read this blog to discover what they are and how you can help to beat the flu naturally.
Pimples? Acne? Rashes? When it comes to skin issues, it is important to find the root cause. This blog reveals how you can fix skin problems naturally, without resorting to medication.
Mood swings, breast tenderness, bloating and spots – all signs of PMS. But, there are ways to manage premenstrual syndrome symptoms naturally. Our nutritionist Jordan explains more.
Fermented foods are so good for your gut health and super simple to prepare once you know how! Here, Nat Russell explains how to make a delicious, gut-healing Sauerkraut step-by-step
The health of your gut impacts the health of your body – and even plays a role in balancing your hormones. Our nutritionist Jordan explains how healing your gut can lead to harmonious hormones!
One of our real food nutritionists shares her daily habits for optimal health. How many of these do you already do?
Ketosis is a bit of a buzz word at the moment. But can everybody benefit from it? And what should you consider if you decide to try it? Our nutritionist Sheridan explains.
Minerals – much overlooked but so important for our health. Cyndi O’Meara explains why we should be taking minerals everyday for more reasons than you probably think…