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How to support your exercise in the summer heat

The Aussie culture of being active and outdoors is alive and well. Just in our close group of friends we have sport teams playing on three different weeknights! This, on top of other commitments, can end up taking its toll on our bodies physically. If you’re feeling the wear and tear more acutely, it can… Continue reading How to support your exercise in the summer heat

Kitchen & Garden, Medicine Chest, Out & About, Uncategorized

How to do a low histamine diet

What is histamine? HIstamine is a chemical naturally produced by the body and plays an important in our body. It’s most well-known for its immune response - increasing heat, redness, itching and sinus symptoms - and the common medication that helps to reduce these symptoms - antihistamines. Contrary to the prevalence of anti-histamines, histamine is… Continue reading How to do a low histamine diet

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A naturopath’s tips on how to manage hayfever

Spring has sprung! A time of warmer weather, baby animals and hay fever. For people who suffer from hay fever, spring is a time of dread. You can’t leave the house without wearing goggles and a mask! Fortunately, hay fever isn't a prison sentence and there are many tools that can help to keep you… Continue reading A naturopath’s tips on how to manage hayfever

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Always need an after dinner treat? Here’s how to stop the binge

Working as a Naturopath, one of the most common questions I’m asked is how to help people manage their food and weight. Check out my guest post on IQuitSugar.com for some simple, yet effective options! While most people are amazing at eating well throughout the day, after dinner can be a completely different story! What… Continue reading Always need an after dinner treat? Here’s how to stop the binge

Kitchen & Garden, Medicine Chest, Out & About

A naturopath’s guide to balancing your child’s energy levels

With such a sedentary lifestyle these days, an active kid is something that I love to see as a naturopath. Kids should be eager to explore and experience the world around them! However, there is also a time and place for our young one’s need to slow down, relax, concentrate and learn. As someone with… Continue reading A naturopath’s guide to balancing your child’s energy levels

Medicine Chest, Out & About

our guide to getting through the silly season

There’s a reason they call this time of year the silly season. Between end-of-year celebrations with family, friends and colleagues, endless holiday parties and, if you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, plenty of summer fun, we all tend to live a little furiously. Understandably, our hardest-working organs can start to feel a little neglected. These simple… Continue reading our guide to getting through the silly season

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a passion for biodynamic practices and great tasting wine

A growing desire for healthier and environmentally friendly agricultural practices has seen a growth in alternative farming methods, notably organic and biodynamic farming. This is not isolated to food produce, but also to our beloved wine. Organic farming is a means of growing produce with minimal impact on the land, and eliminating the use of… Continue reading a passion for biodynamic practices and great tasting wine

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celebrating good food & company in a cosy cottage

It's the small things in life that make it that little bit better! In May we made a trip to Bowral to celebrate with good food and good company. A couple days in the Southern Highlands were refreshing (to say the least). The delightful town of Bowral and our equally delightful accommodation kept us warm and cosy for the entire… Continue reading celebrating good food & company in a cosy cottage