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Going Organic – Keeping the Price Down

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Picture this: you're in the supermarket alone. That's right, you're the only person in there (what a dream?!). It's just you and the fruit section. All of the other aisles are empty and not a person in sight. You look to the apples and think to yourself, "hmm... is it worth paying lots more for an organic apple? Will it make me healthier?". You look at the apples and the apples are almost glaring back at you. What to do?

Then you consider your bank balance and end up picking the generic, cheaper one. You feel a little bit guilty. "Did I pick the wrong one?"

Going organic is better for the environment, but there is a commonly held perception that switching to organic food is expensive. Is this really the case? Or, are we being brainwashed by supermarket chains into sticking with budget brands and mass-produced groceries?

Rising Demand for Organic Food

Back in 2008, consumer demand for organic food was growing, even though upmarket supermarket chains had stocked organic food for a quarter of a century. The rise of popular TV chefs such as Jamie Oliver, fuelled a market for healthy, environmentally-friendly fruit and vegetables. Shoppers were beginning to understand the value of purchasing food that was free from additives and pesticides and tasted better. Some would also argue eating organic foods is healthier, and some would also argue that there's very little scientific evidence to support this. 

To this day, the demand for organic food is still growing. It comes down to us wanting choice. We want to be able to choose what we eat and where it comes from. We want to know that with every purchase we make, we're not having a negative impact on the environment.  

Organic Fruit, Veggies, Dairy, and Other Groceries

As we all know, the demand for organic food is steadily increasing. Shoppers have decided that they don’t mind paying extra for organic fruit and veggies. In the U.K. Tesco sales of organic foods rose by 15% between 2016 and 2017 and Ocado reported a similar rise of 16%. It isn’t just organic fruit and vegetables that are hitting the mark. Today’s shoppers also want organic fish, dairy, and other types of groceries.

The Price Barrier

Ten years ago, buying organic foods cost an arm and a leg (and maybe a house... and an overseas trip...). It was the main barrier for shoppers. Organic food costs more to produce, so inevitably, shoppers have to pay more for the privilege of buying organic. Organic chickens cost around two and half times more than a regular chicken. Organic vegetables are also twice as expensive.

For a cash-strapped family, it is hard to justify paying twice as much for a weekly shop, even if the food tastes much nicer and is better for our health and the environment.

Fortunately, there are ways to keep your grocery bill down, even if you are feeding a large family. The average family spends 10% of its budget on food. If you switch to organic, this figure will rise. However, if you become a smart shopper, you can reduce your costs.

The best way to reduce the cost of organic food is to grow it yourself. Cultivating fruit and vegetables is not as difficult as you might think. All you need is a garden or planters and some time.

If you don’t have green fingers, try shopping locally. Local organic food producers often sell their produce at farmers markets and in farm shops. Since they are not paying high distribution costs, they can afford to sell at a more competitive price.

Also, try using the almighty internet to look for savings. We can make money online via currency trading, and we can find organic food delivery services that offer great deals. Subscribing to organic box deliveries can save you money and can be suited to fit your lifestyle. Subscription services are available at different price points, so pick the service you want and look forward to receiving fresh, organic produce weekly or monthly. It's like a little present to yourself! 

Obviously I'm not going to tell anyone that they need to buy everything organic! It's a personal choice. However, if you do want to give it a try, don’t let higher prices hold you back from living your organic dreams.

How to Change Your Lunchtime Eating Habits

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Changing a lifetime habit can seem difficult, but let me assure you, it is possible! Changing your lunchtime habits is an easy way to help you restore balance in your life and bring your life back into your own hands. 

While we all know life is all about balance, it's often easier said than done. There's so much we're trying to manage - our work, family, friends, health, social media feeds and our favourite book characters. However, almost a third of our lives are spent at work. Scary, huh? How can we possibly create a happy work-life balance when so much time is spent at work?  

Between trying to keep our bosses happy and our families smiling, it can sometimes feel as though we forget to look after ourselves. Whether that means skipping lunch or spending all day attached to a computer screen, the long-term effects are often more damaging than we realize.

It’s time for a change. I’ve compiled a list of easy ways to change up your eating habits so you can bring happiness and health back into your balanced life!

Sitting is Worse for You Than You Think

Almost 86% of America’s workforce sit whilst working. That’s a worrying figure, as a number of studies have shown that sitting too often can cause a whole load of diseases like musculoskeletal diseases and heart conditions.

While we’ve heard that kissing burns calories, sitting is an activity (or rather, inactivity), that does not. You actually burn more calories chewing gum than you do by sitting down! After sitting down all day working and then sitting down while eating, we’re not expending a lot of the calories we’re consuming, which can result in unnecessary and easily avoidable weight gain.

When it comes to lunchtime at work, we usually have a measly half an hour to sit and eat and so, spend most of that time just doing that. During that time, we may eat enough for three meals because we're so hungry by the time we eat or, in hopes that we'll keep our hunger at bay till dinner time. The only problem with this approach is that studies have shown that actually eating several smaller meals throughout the day is a better way to consume fewer calories.

Having a big lunch can leave you feeling a little drowsy. Eating a meal that’s full of sugars, fats, or unrefined carbohydrates causes the body to produce high levels of serotonin, the hormone responsible for making you feel sleepy. When this hormone is combined with a warm office, your poor eyelids don’t stand a chance.

Staring at a computer screen all day is bad for you in more ways than one. Continual exposure to electric lighting, such as a laptop screen, has been proven to interfere with the body’s circadian rhythm. This is the part of the body that regulates your sleeping schedule, energy levels, and appetite.

If you are choosing to eat out, you should be careful of where you choose to eat! We all go out for an unhealthy lunch every now and then, but indulging too often can lead to the early onset of heart disease. Fast foods, such as a fried chicken and french fries, contain lots of oxidized fats that can cause the arteries to become blocked.

What Can I do to Change Things?

1. Think twice before skipping breakfast

Skipping breakfast is one the most common causes of overeating throughout the day. It can also make it more difficult to focus and lead to sugar cravings, which is never good news!

2. Keep Healthy Snacks in Your Drawer

Sweet temptations are everywhere you look in an office setting. I recommend bringing in some healthy snacks to fend off hunger cravings.

Stack your drawer with items such as:

  • Nuts and seeds such as almonds and pumpkin seeds
  • Kale chips
  • Home-made bliss balls
  • Cut-up veggies

3. Leave Your Workspace During Your Lunch Break

Don’t let the weather put you off; spending just a few minutes outdoors can help to lower your blood pressure.

In fact, the relaxing qualities of nature are so powerful that even looking at a picture of the countryside can help to reverse the effects of mental fatigue.

4. Buy a Refillable Water Bottle and Keep it at Your Desk

Staying hydrated is crucial if you’re trying to maintain a healthy body and mind. Keep a reusable glass bottle, and keep sipping throughout the day to stay hydrated.

5. Search for Healthy Restaurants/Cafes Close to Your Workplace

Finding the time — and energy — to prepare a nutritious meal for your lunch break can be easy. In situations where you do turn up to work empty-handed, it’s always useful to have a pre-prepared list of some of the best local eateries at hand. This way, you’re less likely to end up in a fast food joint, and more likely to eat something that helps to fuel your body.

6. Cook Enough for Leftovers

Finally, one easy way around having to prepare your lunch every evening is to cook more food for your dinner. Any leftovers can then make their way into your lunchbox for the next day.

What do you do to change your workday lunchtime habits? Let me know in the comments section below.

Healthy Beet Recipes for Summer

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Though their usage and popularity has been relatively stable over time, this year has seen purple vegetables gaining fair momentum down under and in the UK. Clean eaters who’ve long embraced rainbow plant-based diets know the benefits of beets, but it's good to finally see friends and family getting wiser with their food choices.

Roasted, chopped, baked, powdered, pickled, juiced, boiled - there are several ways to consume this incredible summer vegetable. In terms of nutritional value, beets bring a kickass combination of antioxidants, potassium, Vitamin C, folate, and iron. The approval ratings for the modest tuber have never been so high, and menus across the country now list not just soups, sandwiches, stews featuring the vegetable, but even desserts and lattes!

On top of being beneficial for skin, brain, or just basic cellular health, beets help ‘healthify’ otherwise overindulgent treats with natural sugars, all while improving the overall texture and freshness of baked goods. Plant protein snack companies have also turned to the veggie for diversifying their product lines, as it contains nitrites and amino acids essential for physical activity - no wonder the Romans considered it an aphrodisiac.

The beet effect isn’t lost on industry players either - aggregators like Deliveroo contribute to the hype, and it certainly doesn’t hurt that its taste profile is rather sweet and mild, explaining why it pairs so well with chocolate.

Here are some fantastic healthy recipes to try out, especially if you’ve still unconvinced about the versatility and power of the beet. 

My Broccoli Bhajis + Chia Jam and Carrot and Beetroot Raita

If you're not familiar with the bite-sized Bhaji, it's a well-loved street food in India that's typically spicy. It's similar to a fritter- traditionally served on top of meals as a crunchy addition, but has also become appreciated on its own as a delicious snack enjoyed at Indian festivals, as a starter before meals, and as a comfort food. Enjoy these brilliant bhaji's warm as a light meal or snack served with my chia jam and carrot and beetroot raita.

Warm Beetroot, Carrot and Pear Salad 

If you're looking for that perfect in-between season salad, this is the one. It's a nourishing salad filled with herbs that make it sweetly satisfying and equally grounding.  The addition of pear adds a delicious crispness to this salad that everyone will go crazy for! 

Rainbow Salad with Tahini and Lemon Dressing 

Let me first start off by saying that this tahini and lemon dressing is next level, better than any pre-packaged dressing you could find at the grocery store. It so perfectly complements this fresh salad, filled with every colour of the rainbow, including of course, our star, the mighty beetroot. 

Beetroot Red Velvet Cupcakes 

Who needs red food colouring when you have beetroots? These red velvet cupcakes from I Quit Sugar taste as good as they sound! Soft, cakey cupcakes that don’t taste like vegetables? Check. A guarantee that you'll be able to remember portion control? Not applicable.

Living Well in W.A. *FREE Event*

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Hello Perth friends.

I'll be heading back West to be a part of the Living Well in WA festival.
 
It's a fun festival where you can view healthy chef cooking demonstrations and sample organic food (who doesn't love sampling food?!), experience a range of natural therapy treatments, mindfulness meditations and source clean green eco-friendly solutions for the home and garden. You can also register online FREE before 31st May 2017.
 
Kids will also have a fabulous time playing with clay and paints in the Earth Parenting corner.
 
A major focus is on reconnecting people with the natural environment through West Australian plants and food gardens. Exhibitors will also showcase  products and services for innovative enterprise and career opportunities, personal and professional development, parenting and children’s education, creative arts and design.
 
You can... 
  • Meet Exhibitors and Natural Health Practitioners

  • Attend Talks, Seminars and Workshops with bestselling authors (me, ha!)

  • Experience mindfulness meditation, music, laughter yoga and sound healing sessions 

  • Be inspired in the kitchen by Super Food demonstrations and get free samples 

  • Try allergy free and organic healthy food, juices and organic wine!

I'll be speaking at these times:
  • Saturday 3rd of June at 11:00 am where you can learn about Supercharged Food for Kids and cooking for kids.
  • Sunday 4th of June at 11:30am where you'll discover more about Supercharged Food and why Gut Health is so important.
  • Sunday 4th of June at 1pm to 2pm Q&A Food Panel – Eat Well Live Well a down to earth discussion that cuts through the hype surrounding diets and weight loss.  Come and join us and ask your questions.
If you're keen to join in you can find out more on their website and register for your free ticket before the 31st May here.
 
Can't wait to see you there!
 
Lee xx
PS: If you're looking for more fun events to go to, check out my tour and event dates here

What are Fake Naturals?

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In my life, I like to embrace nature in everything whenever and wherever possible. I enjoy my food clean and from the earth and I like the people I surround myself with to be real and honest. There’s no reason why I would want the beauty products I use be to be any different.

Unfortunately, many products that label themselves as natural are not as ‘natural’, ‘eco-friendly’ and ‘organic’ as they want you to believe.

As there is no governing standard in Australia that brands have to meet to call themselves natural, brands can do two things without breaching Consumer Laws. Firstly, companies can use words such as ‘naturally inspired’ to lead consumers into thinking that their products are natural when that is not the case.

They can also use words, like ‘eco-friendly’ and ‘botanical’ so that the consumer believes they are natural, when in fact they’re not. They can also include ingredients in products that aren’t truly natural – in a ‘fake natural’ product, it’s often you might see a natural oil listed next to a mineral oil.

This lack of governing standard means there’s lots of confusion amongst those seeking out truly natural products, and an even greater need to be vigilant to know what phrases and ingredients to look out for and which ones to avoid.

It’s unclear if this level of regulation is likely to change in the future, however if people continue to voice their concerns about misleading labels then hopefully we can see some change.

Often, companies will mask unnatural products by throwing them next to a natural one in the label so it can get really confusing when searching for truly natural skincare. It’s my mission to encourage and provide you with information about how to read a label and understand what is best to avoid so that you can be on your way to becoming a naturally glowing version of yourself.

Natural, to me, means both the product’s activities and its formulations are plant-derived ingredients. I define fake naturals as products that call themselves natural but aren’t truly natural. Products that contain fake naturals can cause serious skin issues such as allergic reactions, dermatitis, skin sensitivities and blocked pores.

While these may not seem so serious to the average person, what we put into our skin is absorbed into the blood and then the rest of our body! There’s never been a more important time to take care of your skin and be aware of what you’re applying onto it.

Food Matters Live

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So excited to let you know that I’ll be hitting the road with the founders of Food Matters James and Laurentine and Jon Gabriel for Food Matters Live!

The Food Matters film was the catalyst for a health revolution in my own life, I wrote about it in a previous blog post and now I'm fortunate enough to be joining the team for this healthy and transformative roadshow.

We'll be stopping by in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth to share stories, some home-cooked wisdom, Supercharged recipes and tips on how you can live a healthy and happy life.

I’ll be doing some cooking with James and I'm going to pull it all back to simple and Supercharged Foods for the whole family to enjoy. We'll be demonstrating easy kitchen tricks and foods that taste great. We all believe that food really does matter and solutions to health problems don't involve fad diets, medication and strict exercise regimes.

It's a full day program and you'll discover;

  • How to take control and live your healthiest life yet.
  • Quick and easy nutrition and superfood cooking demonstrations.
  • Modern day stress reduction for busy people.
  • How the power of our mind and thoughts effect our health.
  • How to boost energy and break free from the diet trap and processed food addictions and cravings forever.
  • The latest up-to-the-minute tips for detoxing and natural weight loss.
  • Myth debunking: That eating healthy is expensive. Practical and affordable solutions.
  • The secrets and confusion of the multibillion dollar diet industry and uncover the truth behind “diet” “sugar-free” and “fat-free” products.

Come and watch us demonstrating kitchen tips, tricks and foods that taste great, and recipes which are simple and easy to bring to the table and made with everyday ingredients.

If you’d like more information and want to join in on an action-packed and inspirational day visit here

The Vitality Show is Coming!

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image Vitality is a fresh new experience coming to Sydney this spring. A haven from the hustle and bustle of the city and a place to indulge yourself in a spot of retail therapy, pampering, hair styling, fitness classes, education and much more.
Come and take part in my gentle Hatha Yoga classes at Vitality on 11 October at 2.30pm and Sunday 12 October at 4.00pm. Plus bring along a girlfriend for free with my special ticket offer!
Simply enter in promo code ‘SUPER’ when purchasing your tickets and receive 2 for $20.
Visit www.vitalityshow.com.au for more details.
WHAT’S ON AT THE SHOW?

Over 80 brands

  • Dermalogica Treatment Zone
  • ghd styling bar
  • Vitality Nail & Pamper Bar
  • The Canon Main Stage
  • Empowerment Stage
  • Fitness & Yoga Zone
  • Sexual Health & Wellness Zone
  • Cooking & Nutrition Stage
With over 90 demonstrations and presentations across 3 days, make sure you purchase your ticket to Vitality and glow inside and out!

Curtis Stone and his new Pizza Stone!

Written by Lee on . Posted in Cookware & Appliances, News, Reviews

CurtisThis week I chatted to the lovely Curtis Stone who is back in Australia to launch his cooking range into Coles stores.  One of the really exciting new cookware tools he has developed is a handy pizza stone, which is the perfect platform for making healthy gluten free pizzas. 

What’s interesting about using the stone is that it prevents you from getting a doughy result underneath and because you heat it up in the oven before-hand, it crisps up the base of the pizza by holding in and then dispersing the heat, making it crunchy on the bottom and giving you a melt in the mouth softness on top. It’s affordable too and for just over $20 you can make your own healthy wood-burning-oven like pizza without breaking the bank. 

pizzaSo how does it work?

-the pizza stone is pre-heated in the oven
-the dough gets a jolt of heat when it hits the stone
-the heat of the base helps the pizza cook quicker and cooks the dough through
-to get a crisp crust without a stone you need to cook the pizza longer, which usually means hard crust and overcooked toppings
-Pizza stones are also great for making homemade breads, heating up flatbreads and preparing pita!

I asked Curtis a few questions about what he’s been up to since he was last in Australia. 

How's your trip back to Oz been?

Fun so far, I’ve just spent the last couple of days acclimatizing my wife Lindsay and baby boy Hudson to the weather and the culture here.  It’s been so fantastic to be able to spend time with cousins and grandma! They’ve all been having such a great time getting to know each other.

What do you miss about being home?

I really miss my family and I also miss our Aussie sense of humour.  Sometimes in America I tell a joke and they don’t really get it or they think I’m being a bit strange, we’re used to a ribbing kind of humour in Oz and I like it so it’s great to be back and get a sense of that and have a laugh and a joke. 

What made you decide to become a chef?

From a really early age I‘ve always loved to eat and food is on my priority list. Ok so the truth is sometimes I like to eat off other peoples plates! That’s how much I love food. I feel so fortunate and lucky to have been able to follow my passion and work with food.

What’s the healthiest dish you like to cook?

Depends on the season really but at the moment we are in summer, so raw ingredients such as salad, kale, asparagus, grilled veggies, avocados with a bit of sherry vinaigrette is filling my plate right now.  The addition of avocado makes the dressing so creamy if you mush it up.  Granted it’s not the prettiest salad but it tastes amazing.

I’ve just released a kid’s recipe book and I know you have a little boy, do you make all of Hudson's food and what does he like to eat?

Lindsay and I both cook for him and he just loves seafood, he really enjoys eating proteins so when I watch him eat he likes to eat his salmon first and then he’ll eat his veggies afterwards.  It’s been a really interesting journey becoming a parent and trying to figure out his taste buds.

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What's the best thing about being a dad?

Watching the development of Hudson has been incredible.  I also enjoy seeing Lindsay interact with him too.

I read that you were instrumental in getting more ethical products onto the shelves in Coles, such as sow stall free pork and no added hormone beef  tell us a little bit about that and has it been a hard process?

Yes it has been a very big food project that I’m very passionate about and have been working with Coles for a long period of time to make positive changes.  We are working on continuing to have locally sourced seasonal fruit and vegetables in store and as much Australian produce as possible. Coles currently source 96% of their fruit and vegetables from Australian farmers.   We are also trying to educate consumers to eat and shop seasonally so for example there isn’t a demand for cherries out of season whereby they would need to be purchased from overseas.  The ethical and sustainable meat products that we have introduced has involved a massive restructure of the whole industry and we are working together to bring about big scale change.  It involves talking to farmers about different ways that they can build their infrastructure and put an animal’s welfare as a priority, but as you know, major change does take time to implement. 

So tell me a bit about your new pizza stone, why did you decide to create it?

I really want to empower people to cook at home and make it easy for them to do so.  I am also working with Coles to bring a new product each month into stores, there’s going to be a wok soon and a roasting dish which is easy to use and affordable.

What's your favourite pizza recipe and do you have a healthy version?

My favourite pizza is a homemade one which would have artichokes, olives, Portobello mushrooms, I made one this morning with ingredients that were on their last legs seasonally, may as well use them up whilst they are there!

The Curtis Stone Everyday Pizza Stone is available at Coles stores from September 18th, 2013 for $21.70.

For a deliciously healthy gluten free pizza try this one with a cauliflower crust.

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Lee xo

8 simple ways to improve digestion and absorption

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I have a new theory.  You are NOT what you eat.  I know that sounds a bit random, but essentially, you are NOT what you eat, you are what you digest and absorb.

Have you ever eaten food which is perfectly healthy and nutrient rich only to discover the after affects of pain and bloating and wishing that particular food had never been on the guest list?

If you suffer from any kind of digestion stress and feel sleepy and sluggish after meals, you may need a digestive tune-up.

Follow these tips to get yourself on the right road to maintaining a healthy digestion. 

Use more coconut products

Coconut oil contains lauric acid - a proven antiviral, antibacterial and anti-fungal agent that is easily digested and absorbed.  The anti-fungal aspect helps kill candida in the gut, which is a common problem for people with digestive stress. Plus, coconut  helps absorb beneficial nutrients from our food.

Take probiotics

Probiotics are a live microorganism that improve the balance of flora in the digestive system. For a healthy digestion these friendly bacteria are essential. They help prevent the overgrowth of bad bacteria and are often depleted if you've been taking antibiotics or if you've had gastro. Probiotics can be found in some yogurts or taken as supplements.

Soak your nuts and grains

When you soak your nuts and grains you are reducing toxic substances and inhibitors that occur naturally within the grain.  For example, phytic acid which is found in most nuts, seeds and grains, will combine with minerals such as calcium, zinc and magnesium and prevent them from being absorbed during digestion. Soaking neutralises this natural inhibitor.

Do an elimination diet

If you find you experience adverse affects after eating a particular food, it might be worthwhile trying an elimination diet. Remove the suspected food or food group from your diet for anywhere between two weeks and a month and see if symptoms resolve.

Try bone broth

Your digestive lining is supposed to be permeable to absorb nutrients. But for some people it can become too porous and let too much "leak" through without absorbing it properly. When this happens, your body can react, attacking the foods you eat. This can create IBS and other gut problems, even some autoimmune disorders. Bone broth contains gelatin which helps reinforce the lining of the gut and soothe digestive distress.

Drink less with meals

Drinking a lot of fluid (even water) while you eat can dilute the level of hydrochloric acid (HCL) in your stomach. This acid is needed to help kill bacteria and digest your foods. It's best to minimise the fluid you drink while eat and for at least an hour after you finish your meal.

Drink warm water and lemon

Along with a delicious breakfast, it's a good idea to get into the habit of starting the day with a cup of warm water with lemon. This alkaline drink will help jump start your metabolism and get your digestion moving.

Chew your food

If you're a mum, you probably tell your kids this all the time: chew your food! Chewing is the first step in food digestion. Try not to rush through your meal, but allow yourself plenty of time to chew, chew, chew before you swallow. 

Let me know how you go with these tips.

How to Identify Candida

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Taryn Hall-Smith who is the Director of The Contented Body www.thecontentedbody.com talks more about Candida this month and 12 ways to avoid it.

12 Ways to Avoid Candida

There are a number of factors that can disrupt the balance of organisms in our intestines and lead to the overgrowth of Candida. Yeast infections have opportunities to take hold when our body systems become imbalanced. Understanding the importance of these imbalances allows you to be proactive in preventing this pathogenic organism taking over your digestive tract and damaging your health.

Weight Loss and Gut Flora Imbalance

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Taryn Hall-Smith who is the Director of The Contented Body www.thecontentedbody.com talks about the body's gut flora this month and how imbalances can lead to the inability to lose weight.

Could your efforts to lose weight be due to your body’s gut flora imbalance? The digestive system is home to trillions of micro organisms colonising the gut making an amazing ecosystem called the gut flora. A healthy adult has about 2kg of these bacteria in the gut. All these bacteria live in a highly organised micro-world with certain species predominating and controlling others. They play a number of vital roles in the body and without them we probably would not survive. It is absolutely essential that we take care of our gut flora, as an abnormal or damaged gut flora is one of the main root cause of many diseases including heart disease, auto immune diseases like Lupus and Arthritis, allergies, food intolerances and even cancer.

Weight Loss and Food Intoleraces

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Could your inability to lose weight be due to an undetected food intolerance?

Are you overweight and frustrated that when you try reduced calorie diets you only have limited success? Or do you feel that although you are very physically active you still lose very little weight? Or do you experience really strong cravings for a particular food and then break your diet because you just can’t resist these cravings? It is possible that you could be suffering from food intolerances which can have a huge impact on weight management.

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