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Archive for November, 2012


Workout with Your Kid! 11 Exercises Tough for Parents & Fun for Kids

Workout With Your Kid!

It’s hard for parents to find time to exercise when balancing work and family time. When you finally think you’ve got time for a workout, the kids are pestering you to play. So what’s the solution? Have a KID WORKOUT! In this video, I show you 11 exercise ideas that will give you quality time […]

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What’s the Big Deal with Pesticides?

What's The Big Deal With Pesticides?

In the debate on organic food, many people consider price and nutritional benefits. If you have decided that organic food is too expensive, consider how much you are willing to spend on a glass of wine, a trip to the cinema, a pair of jeans, a nice car…yet the very thing that gives you life […]

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Same Food, New Dish: Recipes Using Leftovers

Same Food New Dish: Recipes Using Leftovers

One of my favourite tips for eating well when time poor is cooking a lot of food at once, and making the most of the leftover food for several more meals. However, most of us don’t want to eat the same meal three times in a row, as it just gets boring! The family starts […]

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Stop Worrying About How Little Your Kids Eat

Stop Worrying About How Little Your Kids Eat

I know it’s inspirational for many people, and may motivate some overweight, unhealthy viewers to start exercising and eating nutritious food, but I still don’t like The Biggest Loser. Watching obese people being yelled at, humiliated and slave-driven through intense workouts is not my cup of tea. Yet, on one of maybe four occasions when […]

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Eat Healthy by Ignoring Health Food Labels

Eat Healthy by Ignoring Health Food Labels

Walking down the aisle of the supermarket (yes, I go in occasionally for toilet paper and raw cheese), it’s easy to see why everyone is confused about what to eat. In every aisle, for almost every type of product, there are dozens of choices and each one claims to be healthier than the next. Hmmm, […]

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10 Simple Changes to Break the Monotony

10 Simple Changes to Break the Monotony

“A Change is as Good as a Holiday”. My husband loves to say this, whether he’s about to change the bedding or change careers. I always thrived on change so I couldn’t agree more, and change was easy to come by when I was backpacking around the world, swapping roommates often or taking new college […]

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The Basics of Lovin’ Leftovers

The Basics of Lovin' Leftovers

When I talk about what we’re eating, and show pictures and descriptions of our meals, everyone exclaims, “You must spend all day in the kitchen!” Well, I do prioritise time in the kitchen as essential for my family’s health, but I still go to work, to the beach, play with my daughter, and have a […]

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Coconut Meatballs Recipe

Coconut Meatballs Recipe

Coconut Meatballs Ingredients 600g Grass-Fed Beef Mince/Ground Beef 1 Free-Range Organic Egg – beaten 1/2 Onion – minced or grated 2 inches Fresh Ginger – grated 1-2 inches Lemongrass, finely chopped 1-2 Tbsp Tamari (or other soy sauce) 4 Tbsp Coconut Oil or Pasture-Fed Butter Approx 1/2 cup Shredded Coconut Though meatballs are traditionally thought […]

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Andy Eliminated Stomach Bloating and Lost Weight for Good

Andy Parker – Weight Loss | Stomach Bloating

Words from Brad: Andy came to me with a goal of losing the spare tyre. When assessing his body, he only had one previous injury to his ankle and was pain free. His posture was pretty good other than his forward head posture affecting his ability to breath.  However, my ‘Holistic Health Questionnaire’ revealed that […]

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