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National nutrition month

March is National nutrition month. This is a month that happens in America and not so much in Australia. I was hoping to do this month in order to promote national nutritional standards in Australia. Standards in Australia are quite low. We don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables and hydrate properly. Hence the obesity rateContinue reading “National nutrition month”

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How to manage a bad mental health week

We all have these weeks where you don’t want to get up and go to the gym or you dread walking to uni. I got the idea from Moll Eats and Lifts. During the Covid19 we are stuck indoors most of the time. My non negotiables Work I work with people that suffer from mentalContinue reading “How to manage a bad mental health week”

Our 100 days of less sugar part 2

Here is our 100 days of sugar Part 2. We did eat a little bit of sugar but not much. Day 11 Today was International Women’s day and here it was impossible not to have that treat. So I picked a custard bombolini and my Musashi rocky road bar as my chocolate. Women’s day isContinue reading “Our 100 days of less sugar part 2”

Immune system and how to keep it great

Your immune system is the one thing that is keeping you alive and healthy. During times of Covid19 having a healthy immune system is important. What is a healthy immune system? It is a system where you get rid of all waste easily and it wards off most diseases. You should be free of anyContinue reading “Immune system and how to keep it great”

Ginger

Ginger is a herb which is found in most supermarkets. It originated from China. Some people grow it. Ginger is good for calming those nerves down. It is also is good for getting rid of a cold. It also helps to relieve pain and other things. Some people use it relieve PMS pain. You canContinue reading “Ginger”

Daylight savings and the effect on your body

It doesn’t matter if it is one hour forward or back. Mind Body Green has written about this topic. The body needs time to get used to all the new settings. In Australia daylight savings is on April the 5th. When you change your clocks to go back or forward one hour, you could loseContinue reading “Daylight savings and the effect on your body”

Food guilt is toxic to our health.

City Women and Co wrote about this topic and we decided we should too. Amy Lee Giannotti talks about this a lot in her Instagram posts. Amy Lee says that if we have too much food guilt and restriction it can lead to missed periods for a woman. We here this all the time; itsContinue reading “Food guilt is toxic to our health.”

Our 100 days of less sugar Part 1

This week we started the challenge after reading The Baking Nutritionist post. It is mad but very exciting and can be quite doable. In Australia and the US we eat too much sugar. Too much sugar leads to obesity and some cancers. Day 1. Today instead of my WW chocolate bar I had potato andContinue reading “Our 100 days of less sugar Part 1”

Febfast 2020

This year’s Febfast was really good and I picked to do the no added sugar thing again. This was a bit of a challenge for me as I had done it time and time again and I always have the sugar in the end and forget about it. It’s the PMS that drives the sugarContinue reading “Febfast 2020”

Our month on $120 for food

In Feburary we did a month of $120 on food. This was because of all the bushfire victims and people on low welfare having to just get by without much for food. This question was posted in one of the Centrelink Facebook groups that I’m in. At the time the Ascot Vale Little pantry hasContinue reading “Our month on $120 for food”

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