There’s not much that tops hanging out with David Wolfe on a Friday night. Sure, he was in a gym in Amsterdam having just finished a rebounding class with his breatharian friend, and I was sitting in my bedroom-slash-office here in Australia, and we were hanging out via Skype – but it was still very, very cool.
David Wolfe is the eccentric, freakishly knowledgeable and wildly popular wellness superstar. He more than earns his titles as one of the world’s leading experts in nutrition, and the “rock star” of the raw food world.Read More
When I pledged to take the empowered approach in response to my cancer wake up call, it felt like I was being tortured by having all of the foods I knew and loved taken away from me. Suddenly everything that had been a staple of my diet for the first 22 years of my life was forbidden and I was left thinking, “what the heck and I supposed to eat?” I had absolutely no idea how to feed myself if I couldn’t rely on bottles of flavour and “instant” foods.
Thankfully, I learnt that not only would I not starve, but that I would also be opening myself up to an entire world of foods that have amazing healing powers. Every member of the plant family has beautiful healing qualities, but these guys are my top 10:Read More
GUEST POST BY YVETTE LUCIANO.
Speaking as someone who has been on the other side of Pink October, I completely agree with everything Jess mentioned HERE.
When I was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer at 29 years-old two years ago, I was posted big packages of information, a hot pink diary for my doctors appointments and a newsletter full of (much, much older women’s) stories and their tales of husbands leaving them after breast cancer surgery. It was hell in a post-pack.Read More
I’m loving October in general at the moment. The weather is so freaking nice, that it is pretty hard to wear a grey mood. I have been busy with so many fun projects, PLUS I am heading over the LA and New York at the end of the month for a couple of weeks. Tallon and I are going over to hang in LA for a couple of days, and then head to New York so that I can attend Marie Forleo’s RHH Live event. This is my first big trip since I went to the Gerson clinic 2.5 years ago. Oh, happy days.Read More
These are no ordinary times that we live in. I think it goes without saying that we have access to more information than ever about wellness, health and vitality. With the click of a few buttons we can find information about anything! The options that are presented to us are infinite and that itself breeds confusion. It seems that the main question for our generation is not what to do but how to make it last.Read More
I first heard Kyle Cease talk during a telesummit at the beginning of the year and I instantly became a fan. Kyle is a comedian, actor (you may remember him from 10 Things I Hate About You and Not Another Teen Movie) and motivational speaker. After 20 years on the comedy circuit, Kyle now combines transformation with comedy to bring a less-serious tone to the landscape. He is also one of the nicest guys ever.Read More
Dr Frank Lipman is an absolute breath of fresh air in the medical community, and it is a damn shame that he is part of the minority of doctors who are so onto it.
“I see myself as a partner in my patient´s health journey,” Dr Lipman states on his website. “A large part of what I do is teach patients how to get well and stay healthy. But the first step in any program is for you, the patient, to take responsibility for your own health.”Read More
Chatting with Daniel Vitalis was one of the most interesting interviews I have ever done. He is so energetic, entertaining and magnetic – and thinks so differently to almost everyone in the nutrition world.
Daniel is a Leading Health, Nutrition, and Personal Development Strategist and a Nature Based Philosopher. He encourages us to “ReWild”, by teaching that our invincible health is a product of living in alignment with our biological design and our role in the ecosystem.Read More
Ever since finishing Gerson Therapy and having my “no seeds” rule lifted, I have been getting stuck into chia seeds. They are versatile little suckers, and they are jam-packed with so much goodness.
Here are a heap of reasons to eat chia: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.