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7 Health Benefits of Hemp			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	5/5							(1)

7 Health Benefits of Hemp 5/5 (1)

Since its legalisation in Australia late last year, hemp has become a mainstay in many health food stores. But what is it and how might it benefit you?

Bee Pollen – What’s The Buzz?			No ratings yet.

Bee Pollen – What’s The Buzz? No ratings yet.

Bee pollen is one of nature's most perfect and complete foods.  It is created when flower pollen from the male part of the flower (the stamen) is collected on the bodies of bees. Flower pollen on its own is also nutritionally beneficial and can be consumed, but when...

What May Be Causing Your Weight Issues			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	5/5							(1)

What May Be Causing Your Weight Issues 5/5 (1)

In our latest FB Live session, our nutritionist Sheridan focuses on what may be causing you to gain weight (or making it difficult for you to lose weight), including things beyond the food you are eating.

What is Xanthan Gum & Should I Avoid It?			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	5/5							(1)

What is Xanthan Gum & Should I Avoid It? 5/5 (1)

Have you ever noticed something called ‘xanthan gum’ listed as an ingredient on the products you buy? It is found in foods such as ice cream, gluten-free baked goods, custard and even salad dressings. But what is xanthan gum and should we eat it or avoid it? Here’s...

Why We Should Tax Ultra-Processed Foods			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	5/5							(1)

Why We Should Tax Ultra-Processed Foods 5/5 (1)

The future looks bleak for the Australian health care system. If we fail to make major changes now, it will need an extra $57 billion of funding by 2040 to provide adequate care for our population. The government already spends around $170 billion a year on health...

Curcumin: A Remedy for Alzheimer’s?			No ratings yet.

Curcumin: A Remedy for Alzheimer’s? No ratings yet.

Is there no end to the wonders of turmeric? Recent research has found that curcumin, the active component of turmeric, can benefit those with memory problems, like Alzheimer’s. The study, conducted by UCLA, involved 40 participants, aged 50 to 90 years, who had mild...

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