WH's 101 Best Nutrition Tips - Expert Panel Recently Women's Health magazine asked me for my best nutrition tips. Here's my absolute go to guide. Energy Alkalise, Alkalise, Alkalise, Alkalise! Sea vegetables have been used as food and medicine for thousands of years for their therapeutic qualities and rich mineral source. Some are salty, mild, or sweet, some have strong sea flavour. Overall they have some of the richest alkalising properties on the planet. In addition, a healthy … [Read more...] about WH’s 101 Best Nutrition Tips – Expert Panel
I was first introduced to quinoa when I commenced my nutritional studies at the Melbourne College of Natural Medicine (now Endeavour College) in 1999. It was terribly hard to source then and even harder to pronounce! I was fascinated by its health claims and spent many a month experimenting with it. Much to my delight I discovered back then that it lends itself well as a salad ingredient, a warm accompaniment and is delicious as a warm pudding in winter with quince or … [Read more...] about Quinoa – The Queen of Seeds
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It's been said that we're a bunch of clowns at HealthTALKS TV, so here's our first cartoon strip! Today's post will focus on Morning Routines. Apart from all our tips, Mel was eager to show us how to make a Green Smoothie, a part of her routine - and wow was it good? So good, she surprised us all! Here's a green smoothie that'll make you shinier than Kermit's collar - grab the recipe here. It's easy being green. [tentblogger-youtube YnWRr3iclaM] … [Read more...] about Smooth Operator
Stoked to be back on air with the new series of Healthtalks for 2013. You're going to love what we have in store for you! So here's the first clip and you can click here for the recipe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBOz9nvsL8E It's been nearly five months since we first launched this healthtalks Facebook Page and starting as we did, its been a fabulous way to introduce our ideas and pilot segments, as well as gather together an ever growing group of health and wellness … [Read more...] about Bringing healthtalks Back!
In this week's episode of Healthtalks TV Nat serves up the sunny side of fertility. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02RR4bsTJqY Fertility certainly isn't just about the babies. Fertility is the ability to conceive. I like you to think of it as an extension of your health. It sums up overall wellness, because if you are fertile, you can be your bottom dollar your body systems are doing an ok job of things. So before you back up the buggy, you might want to take a look see as to how you … [Read more...] about Healthtalks TV Episode 4
The wait is over, here's the healthiest thing you'll see all day! Welcome to healthtalks TV http://youtu.be/j-mLLv1AyU0 Since we first mentioned our plans a few weeks back, on all of our blogs and on the Face Book page, there’s been a lot of speculation and comment from many of you about where we might be seen, which Channel we might be on and at what time? [tentblogger-youtube M9CqTElKEfY&w=560&h=315] Well, the fact is that we’re not launching on TV - although who knows, … [Read more...] about healthtalks TV
This article was first published in the Byron Bay Echo, November 2008 ©2012SamanthaGowing The natural procession of organic foods swelling our national shelves has given rise to a new breed of health-hungry consumers. Gone are the peace-loving hippy associations once hyper linked with healthy food. This neutralised carbon copy offsets the once guilt-racked minds of inner urban supermarket mums as they wade through a sea of processed, nutrient enriched consumables with magical … [Read more...] about Are Organics the New Prada?
Whilst the imminent peril of international biological war surrounds us daily, another, almost silent, biochemical warfare has been bubbling for some time. The threat of genetically modified foods has prompted many a good citizen to lobby for G.E. free items in this country. But is the awareness permeating the social consciousness effectively? Is the nervous urban consumer just doing their bit because it's fashionable? The oh so familiar cry of “double decaf soy latte thanks’ typifies the … [Read more...] about You can’t Milk a Soybean