Digestion and no nonsense

Have you noticed lately there are lots of posts on social media circulating about the length of time it takes for certain foods to digest? These posts are accompanied by pictures of a stomach with an entire sacks worth of potatoes in it, for example. These are circulating because people legitimately care about their digestion….

Reasons to Keep Going

Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. It might be illness or injury, something unforeseen. Or it might be something that seeps in slowly like tiredness, loss of motivation or feeling overwhelmed. Maybe life has changed and you find yourself procrastinating. Whatever the negative influence, right now, in this moment is the most important time…

It’s Written All Over Your Face…

We all notice it from time to time, you’re not feeling 100% and your skin is telling everybody all about it. Sometimes though it is your skin that is telling you first, so what is it trying to say? And what can you do about it? Lots of things can wreak havoc on your skin,…

More Study & New Adventures

Hi all, Sorry for the lapse in posting lately, Torrens University has certainly been keeping me busy this trimester with exams and assignments all merging into the same time period. Keeping me tied to my desk and out of trouble at any rate. An exciting update is on the cards though, as I am officially…

The Link Between Depression & Nutrition

Data shows that those who suffer from depression, anxiety and similar mental conditions have significantly low intakes of fruits, vegetables and quality meats/proteins. This is no coincidence. Faced with the overwhelming evidence of the dietary effects on mental health it is hard not to want to scream from the roof tops “Eat well, please just…