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Get a body you love without dieting

If you’re over punishing your body at the gym, drinking detox teas, eating ‘clean’ during the week, only to binge in the weekends, then this post is for you.  It is totally possible to get a body you love without dieting. Getting a body you love doesn’t require any of the above.  In fact, chances […]

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Coconut oil, weight loss and energy

Coconut oil is pretty hot right now – and no wonder.  If you ask google and read the product marketing, coconut oil sounds amazing.  But despite the fact that when you first google ‘coconut oil’ the top results are always “101 amazing uses for coconut oil” or “10 proven benefits of coconut oil” , the […]

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Is Pink Himalayan Salt healthier than other salt?

Healthy eating is new black and I love the fact that more people are taking an interest in their health and wellbeing.  Growing alongside our increased interest in nutrition has been a corresponding influx of information presented to us on the internet, and through advertising around what’s healthy and what’s not so healthy.  One of […]

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Tips for the end of Junk Free June

Junk Free June was an innovative way to promote awareness and raise money for the Cancer Society while also helping people set goals to improve their nutrition.  I know a few people who did it and made some positive changes to their eating habits over the month.  The thing with these one month challenges, whether […]

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How much water do you really need to drink?

Water is vital for life.  But how much water do you really need to drink?  If there’s one thing I often hear clients say is that they feel they need to drink more water.  While some  clients I see could do with a higher water intake, others are quite adequately meeting their fluid requirements and […]

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My top fats/oils to use in the kitchen

One of the most polarising debates I’ve seen lately is that between what fats and oils should be included in the diet.   So in terms of cooking, I thought I’d share with you what I’m using and what I’m not, and the reasons behind this. The mainstays in my kitchen: Olive oil: For the majority […]

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