Have you been tuning in to The Real Food Revolution webinar series that we are currently running for FREE every Wednesday night in the month of August? Last Wednesday, we were lucky enough to have the wonderful Jen Shaw from Barefoot Kitchens to join us.
"Every time I got up to speak about maternal obesity I felt I was making mothers even more guilty than they already were,” said Catherine Suter, lead researcher and associate professor at Victor Chang.
Those of you who were lucky enough to see Dr Helena Popovic live at our Cairns event, would have been inspired by her wisdom and interactive presentation, where she educated us on the science of ‘neuroplasticity’ – how to change and boost brain function. She has an amazing blog, and today we share with you...
Lead researcher Greg Neely said the research, published in the journal Cell Metabolism, showed the brain sensed both sweetness and energy intake and regulated appetite in response.
When we start on our new health journey, we always think about changing EVERYTHING in our lifestyle and diet which is a very overwhelming approach. This approach often leads to burn out.
This specially created raw food recipe was so well received at The Real Food Revolution event in the Gold Coast, so we thought we would better share the recipe! … If you think raw food is boring, make this one and knock the socks off your friends and family with its texture and flavour explosion in your mouth!
Incorporating a juice a day is a great way to keep the doctor away!
Juicing offers many life-enhancing health benefits including a faster, more efficient way to absorb immune - boosting nutrients naturally found in fruits and vegetables.
Our host Kristie Ord often talks about building a better relationship with food. How do we achieve this? And what does this mean?
You may have heard of the term Alkalising but not 100 percent clear on what it exactly means. Let us give you an example. If there was a green murky pool would you swim in it? For most people the answer is absolutely NOT. A green murky pool is an acidic pool and the pH is imbalanced. This is the same for our bodies.
What is all the fuss around coconut? Is it healthy? Is it unhealthy? Why are there so many mixed messages?