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The season of chocolate

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So the season of chocolate is upon us and you are freaking about getting off track with your diet and exercise – and so soon after you just got back on track after Christmas!  So our advice over Easter is the same as Christmas – don’t let one day derail your healthy lifestyle permanently. There […]

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Why set goals?

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So you’ve decided that it’s time to get on track and make healthy eating a priority, but it just seems like a major undertaking and you just don’t know where to start.  Our best advice – don’t start with the food.  Start with the “why?” Why are you making this change?  What do you want […]

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Eat the Rainbow

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We all know that green leafy vegetables have awesome anti-cancer properties and leafy greens such as spinach and broccoli are also excellent sources of folate. But did you know that red fruits and vegetables help to reduce the risk of cancer and keep our heart healthy?  Or that orange and yellow fruits and veggies contain […]

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Get back on track in 2016

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I don’t know about you but I can’t face the thought of food at the moment, so I couldn’t muster the enthusiasm to give you a recipe this month! Instead, I thought it might be better to give you hints and tips to get your healthy lifestyle back on track! The best piece of advice […]

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Don’t fear Christmas

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When we were looking at topics to cover in our December newsletter, we were contemplating all sorts of hints and tips to help you survive the silly season, how to survive a season that seems to revolve around eating and drinking, a season that seems to involve a lot of parties and gatherings that are […]

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Nourishment and Activity

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Diet and Exercise vs Nourishment and Activity We all know that diet and exercise are crucial for weight loss, weight management and health and wellbeing in general. But the terms diet and exercise have negative connotations for so many people. Diet is associated with the concepts of restriction, depravation, guilt etc, while exercise conjures up […]

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No willpower?

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Kim says “Why beat yourself up over a lack of willpower?” One of the common themes I hear with my clients is “I’m so weak, I just can’t stop at one biscuit”, “I know I should be stronger, but when there’s a packet of chips open I just keep eating until they are finished”, “I […]

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Live like you were going to die from cancer

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  Kim says “If you knew you were going to die from cancer, would you live your life differently?” I’ll bet that title got your attention, and it might sound like such a random question but I do want you to really think about the answer. A few years back, some workmates and I were […]

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Cancer Prevention through Diet and Exercise

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We all know we should eat healthy and exercise regularly but do we fully understand why we need to do this?   The Mayo Clinic says that regular physical activity and proper diet can help you prevent or manage a wide range of health problems, including metabolic syndrome, diabetes, depression, arthritis and certain types of cancer. […]

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Kim says “Planning is the key”

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  Everyone seems to be looking for the “secret” to losing weight and keeping it off, like it is one distinct thing that is currently eluding them and when they find out what it is, the weight will magically just disappear. That’s why there are so many miracle diets, cleanses, supplements and pills – people […]

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