September 16, 2014

Are your genes making you fat?

Ever wondered how two people on the same diet can have different weight? How a diet can work for one person, but not for another? If you’ve been struggling to maintain a healthy weight, you may have been missing some vital clues. Our genes determine a large percentage of our health potential. We have genes that tell out bodies whether to store fat or burn it easily, whether the messages from our stomach to our brain will send the signal […]
June 18, 2014

3 ways a genetic profile could save your health

Genetic profiling is a relatively new beast in the whole health field, so it’s understandable that most people don’t understand how it can direct your health to optimise wellness and prevent disease. 1. Save money Do you know if you’re taking the right supplements for your body? Have you found that one supplement works well for a friend, but does nothing for you? By understanding your individual genetic profile, and your specific nutritional needs, any supplements can be tailored to […]
February 25, 2014

Eat to suit your headspace

We often group depression under one umbrella, but in fact, depression is experienced differently by everyone. For some it’s an experience of bubbling resentful anger, for others the inability to get off the couch. By drawing on the ancient traditions, Dr Henry Emmons, a American Psychiatrist, has new way of looking at your style of depression based on a western understanding of neurotransmitters, TCM approach to the elements and Ayurvedic Doshas.
February 24, 2014

Looking for a perfect protein shake?

I’m someone who rushes out the door in the morning. I regularly skip breakfast. I know it’s bad for me, but when you’re juggling three boys out the door and running two jobs, something’s get left behind, and for me it’s eating in the morning. And knowing how important breakfast is, I knew I needed to do something about it, in a way that I could manage with my lifestyle. So I turned to the Protein Shake. It seemed easy […]