- Words From the Gut Man
October 18, 2017
Products don’t fix things, they supply your body with nutrients so your body can respond.
Nobody can heal you, you can only heal yourself and the best way to start is by feeding what your body needs.
The difference between drugs and foods is that your body is designed to have food.
WE are not what we eat, ...
- NATURE’S INSTINCT
October 11, 2017
As the warm weather sets in fresh juices are also making a seasonal comeback! During the cooler months our bodies thrive on warming foods and a cold juice in a cold season can actually shock our digestive system and disrupt normal functions such as absorption. Not saying that fresh juices shouldn’t be consumed during winter, ...
- SEVERE HEALTH ALERT: Virus outbreak in Australia
October 9, 2017
Today scrolling the news on my break I notice a lot of articles on Facebook about the outbreak of a “Mutant Virus” Eeeepp.
That just encourages me to boost my immune system.
To be healthy, we need to have a good compliment of gut bacteria—probiotics.
Without them nothing survives, no plant, no animal and no human. They are ...
- FOR THE LOVE OF YOGHURT
September 18, 2017
Coconut yoghurt has certainly been making the rounds through health food stores and local supermarkets. More and more people are becoming increasingly dairy intolerant or allergic that consumers are needing alternatives and coconut yoghurt is just as if not more delicious than its regular yoghurt counterpart. You can even make your own coconut yoghurt which ...
- STRESS FREE ZONE
September 7, 2017
The magpies are swooping and flowers are blooming!
How are you dealing with stress? It’s important to be aware of what stresses you out, so you can build a relationship with your biggest stressors and manage the way you react to them.
Being stress, it can cause physical, mental, and emotional aches and pains. It can cause ...
- Is Your Belly Misbehaving??
September 5, 2017
Around one in five Australians experience unpleasant bowel symptoms including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) at some time.
These include abdominal pain, mucus in the stools, and alternating diarrhea and constipation.
It seems that people with IBS have sensitive bowels that are easily ‘upset’.
More women than men are prone to IBS, and symptoms tend to first occur in early adulthood.