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
Spring is officially in full swing, but this season might fill you with a sense of dread if you tend to get hit quite badly with seasonal allergies.
Hay fever is an allergic disorder of the immune system - your immune system views harmless inhaled pollen or...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?”...