Dried fruit seems to be a popular snack food for young children, and adults. It conjures up the image of a healthy alternative to sweets. You’ll find piles of dried fruits in the health food stores, and from that we assume that it’s a healthy food. But is it?Read More
Last week I gave you a first look into The Lifestyle Transformation Guide, posting a snippet of my interview with yogi Kathryn Budig. Today, I’m unveiling a little more and giving you part of my chat with nutrition super star Cyndi O’Meara.
Cyndi is one of Australia’s leading nutritionists, and is the author of the best-selling Changing Habits, Changing Lives. She is also one of my greatest mentors, and I’m now lucky enough to be able to call her a friend.
GUEST POST BY CYNDI O’MEARA It was once thought that heart disease was the biggest killer in the western world, but much of heart disease can be traced back to inflammation and autoimmunity. The body attacking itself is called an autoimmune disease. Type 1 diabetes, dementia, Hashimotos, Graves, CREST, scleroderma, mycariditis, idiopathic cardiomyopathy rhuematoid arthritis,… Read MoreRead More
First, a warning: the information I am about to share may be more shocking than discovering that the Tooth Fairy isn’t real, or that if you pull a funny face and the wind changes, your face won’t actually stay that way. But I’m only sharing what I have discovered and in the past have… Read MoreRead More
Guest post by Cyndi O’Meara. What healthcare do you choose; drugs, surgery and/or radiation or environment, diet and lifestyle changes? I was at a conference over the weekend and I was speaking with one of the delegates who were telling me that many allopathic practitioners (medical) say that changing diet has no consequence to the… Read MoreRead More
Guest post by Cyndi O’Meara. One of my favourite monthly magazines on the Sunshine Coast is Profile. At the beginning of every month I look forward to seeing who will be on the front cover. One month I saw a beautiful young lady in a dress made of cabbage leaves. I was intrigued and went… Read MoreRead More
Yesterday I achieved something I’ve been wanting for a long time – to guest post for Mia Freedman’s site Mamamia. I sent them this story almost a year ago, and yesterday they posted it for me. However, this morning it was taken down. Apparently the Mamamia team took a closer look at my website, decided… Read MoreRead More
Once upon a time, before my convenience goggles were removed, I trusted the Heart Foundation Tick Of Approval. If I went shopping and saw their trademark red circle and white tick on a packet of pasta, a bottle of mayonnaise or a frozen microwave dinner, I would toss it in my trolley and pat myself… Read MoreRead More