I’ve been mixing up the way I train or ‘stay fit’ and instead of a 5 or 6 day-a-week ashtanga yoga practice, I now do a range of HIIT, pilates, TRX, boxing, spinning, yoga classes and of course, handstand trainings. So now, instead of only ever carrying around a yoga mat and yoga towel, I’ve got some other essentials in my…Read More
If you’re a fan of Asian food, you might be familiar with the Korean side dish called Kimchi. It’s a fermented, spicy cabbage dish, but there are all kinds of other variations of it made from daikon (turnip), carrots to cucumbers...Read More
Previously, I wrote about the foods that help and aggravate your stomach bloating symptoms. I had really positive feedback from it so I know many people are affected by it in some form or other (it’s also one of the most common symptoms I see in nutrition clinics). If you regularly feel bloated (once a week or more), talking to or working with a...Read More
One of the most common symptoms I see in clinics is clients with stomach bloating. Bloating can take on so many different forms: feeling like your stomach has distended (“I feel like I’m 5 months pregnant”) anywhere between 1 - 4 hours after eating; only at the end of the day; sometimes involving flatulence...Read More
Smoothie blending versus juicing? I get asked this question all the time!
What’s the difference? In smoothies, all the ingredients are blended up including all the insoluble fibre. In juices, the insoluble fibre is removed, so all you’re left with is… well, the liquid part, or the juice! Here are some of the pros and cons of both:Read More
Many people have the same complaint: “I don’t have time to <insert healthy habit/ activity>!” Some of these may be familiar struggles:
- “How do I fit breakfast in my busy schedule?”
- “How to eat healthy at work when I have no time?”
- “How to juggle regular exercise and work?”...