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Organic food…is it worth it?

Organic produce is often seen to be relatively expensive, less accessible and goes ‘off’ quickly, so why would you eat organic? For many the choice to eat organic produce has less to do with the improved nutrient density (which may be not in fact be all that significant) but rather on what is NOT in …

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Change; strategies for success

Whenever you want a different outcome, you need to do something different. Fact. We know that change can be one of the most difficult and confronting elements of the healing process but without it, everything will either stay the same or slowly degrade even further. Here’s what we know about change: it’s difficult but not …

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How to create goals that stick (a revolt against New Year’s Resolutions)

To be resolute means to be “admirably purposeful, determined, and unwavering” and a resolution is something that you make a firm decision to do, or not to do. We think it’s fair to say that we all understand the premise behind a New Year’s Resolution – we identify an area (or two) of our lives …

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7 ways to stay on track during the ‘Silly Season’.

There’s no need to warn you that Christmas is fast approaching (and if it wasn’t Christmas it would be New Years, Easter, birthdays, Anzac Day, weddings, engagement parties…the celebration list goes on). As the invitations roll in do you find yourself feeling apprehensive about how you’re going to stay social and have fun while sticking …

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Jabe being interviewed by The Abnormal Psychologist

Carrie Thomson-Casey, from The Abnormal Psychologist podcast, interviews Jabe, who pontificates about change styles, habit anchors, weight loss hormones, mindfulness, and juggling! Listen here for a great overview of Jabe and the way he thinks.  

Cholesterol finally off the hook…

Cholesterol from food finally found not to be guilty after all! This from the US government: “available evidence shows no appreciable relationship between consumption of dietary cholesterol and serum (blood) cholesterol… Cholesterol is not a nutrient of concern for overconsumption.” Via CNN, read more here. Unfortunately saturated fat is still being demonised, while whole grains are deified. …

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What is your food made from?

Modern food just ain’t what it used to be. This statement should be read quite literally. Many of the packaged products available, should more accurately be described as ‘food-like products’, than food in the true sense, you know, the kind that provides you with valuable nutrition; the stuff of life. As far as the body …

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Resoleomics, Stress, and ‘The Self’.

Leo Pruimboom writes on resoleomics in his article entitled: ‘The evolutionary origins of inflammation’, which I summarise here: Resoleomics is the body’s response to potential or actual damage, inclusive of injuries, pathogenic exposure and oxygen deficit. The physiological response includes primary inflammatory production of substances, which, in turn, trigger production of substances that stop this …

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Paleo – A Simple Truth

Paleo – A Simple Truth You, dear reader, really are an amazing organism; a work of art, say some; a beautiful machine prefer others. Either way, the problem is that your body is now outdated. We have simply not had enough evolutionary time for our DNA to adapt to the current modern lifestyle. Heck, our …

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