Figuring out food labels

You walk into the supermarket and it is a minefield with the options you are presented with. Ideally, you want to avoid processed and packaged food however sometimes this isn’t realistic. I get it sometimes I like a packet of chips as well! You look at a food label and you think what the hell am I looking at! Here is a breakdown of what it all means and what to look out for. 

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7 ways to naturally boost energy

You’re overworked, overstressed, tuckered out and tired because your schedule is jam-packed and because of today’s go-go-go culture. You reach for the red bull, coke, energy shots or copious amounts of coffee to help increase your energy levels. Although these options leave you feeling great for a short period of time as they stimulate adrenaline or spike your blood sugar levels, they actually leave you feeling even more depleted. Here are a few ways you can naturally boost your energy levels. 

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A little chat about alcohol....

When it comes to alcohol there are many long and short-term (besides the hangover!) of drinking alcohol. A recent study suggested that we shouldn’t be consuming any alcohol at all. Easy for some, not so easy for others!

Alcohol affects a lot of body systems and organs, including the brain, heart, gut, liver and it also can weaken our immune system!

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Insomnia

Sleep, the one thing as a mum that I can never get enough of! Whether the kids are waking me up during the night, I’m worried about something or I’m busy getting ready for the next day, some mornings I just want to stay in bed!

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Snack Ideas

When you are thinking about snacking it's important to ask yourself, am I hungry? We can get bored at work, home and other places and we sometimes eat when we don't need to. So if you ask yourself am I hungry and the answer is no, don't snack!

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500 Item Hair Test

Have you every wondered what foods and household products are right for your body and which are not?

The 500 Item Hair Test uses modern technology to measure your body’s compatibility against 500 foods, bathroom, laundry and kitchen products, which are found in local supermarkets and shops.

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