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5 Foods To Maximise Your Productivity


People often ask me how I keep up with my heavy work load and still stay healthy.

Here’s a really quick snapshot of 5 things I consume everyday to stay lean, healthy and full of energy so I can get through my work day with maximum productivity levels.

Check them out… 

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How To Be A Sex Symbol

Raw eggs for breakfast!

Marilyn Monroe.   Her name doesn’t need much introduction. But for the sake of the younger audience, she was a model, actress, a singer, the ultimate sex symbol. 

But more importantly than what position or career she had in life, she was a fantastic role model for women.   She openly admitted her insecurities and yet held herself with such confidence and grace.  She was charismatic, intelligent and with a great sense of humour. 

So how can one learn from Marilyn and the way she lived her life?
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Chocolate Protein PnB Bites


I have a confession…

I’ve been keeping these treats from you for a while now.

They are so damn good that I kept thinking maybe I had just fluked the creation, so I kept testing the recipe out again and again.  And again. And well…you get the picture.

There are only so many times you can test out a recipe before it stops being a test and starts being a secret food obsession.

Well I am happy to report, I am revealing the recipe right here today.  Finally.

Here it is… 

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Maca – The Magical Up & Go Superfood

Maca Root and Maca Powder (Flour)

Yes…we are talking “up and go” in more than one way folks.

Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is the root of a plant that grows in the Andes of Peru.  In fact it has been found in archaeological sites dating as far back as 1600 B.C. and is often refereed to as Peruvian ginseng (1). 

Maca has been used for centuries in the Andes to enhance memory, fertility, balance hormones and to improve sexual function.

 In fact, it’s thought of as a natural viagra!  

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Thyroid Health Series – Part II


In part I of the Thyroid Health Series, we discovered that 1 in 7 Australians suffer from thyroid disorders, with 5 of the 7 being women.

There are common symptoms that MANY women experience everyday that can be attributed to thyroid disorders.  These range from anxiety, stress, debilitating depression to fatigue, heartburn, lack of motivation, and bloating, constipation, increased risk of gallstones, nutrient deficiencies such as B12, zinc, ferritin (iron storage) and even infertility.  

A healthy thyroid helps to keep you at an ideal weight, it keeps you happy and sleeping soundly as well as having a healthy digestion. 

We also discussed that many people are misdiagnosed with conventional thyroid tests not telling the whole story, meaning many go along dealing with symptoms believing it is just in their head.

With such common symptoms that most of us would experience at least some time throughout our lives, how can you know when it is your thyroid and what steps can you take to make sure your diagnosis is accurate?  When does a thyroid condition become an autoimmune condition? And why are thyroid problems so common?

We have much to get through!  Lets get into it.. 

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Meatballs – Paleo, LCHF, Gluten Free


When I have a craving, provided its not a craving for Tim Tam cancer sticks (which never EVER happens by the way), I like to listen to my body.

This week my craving has come in hard and fast…


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