Monthly Archives: April 2018

Warming Ingredients For The Chilly Weather

Tis the season to be chilly here in Melbourne. If you’re anything like me, winter is not your friend. But believe it or not, food can help with that. If you’re feeling a little on the cold side, you can include warming ingredients to keep you toasty and warm all through the long winter. These […]

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Managing Chronic Pain: My Top Tips

Let’s face it: in many ways, managing chronic pain sucks. And there’s a reason for that! Chronic pain is not just painful – it drains the body of nutrients and energy, and can have a massive impact on mental health. I’m an open book when it comes to my own pain – yes I experience […]

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Writing Health Content? When To Seek Help

When you’re writing health content, things can go wrong. Whether it’s for your blog, an ebook or another project, there are times when you’re doing just fine, and others where you struggle. But how do you know when it’s time to get some help? This is my area of expertise! Every practitioner is different, but […]

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Should I Eat Carbohydrates?

If fat was the enemy of the 80s and 90s, carbohydrates are the controversy of today. With different versions of low-carb diets popping up everywhere, it’s easy to wonder whether you should be turning down the bread and pasta. But how do you know if you should eat carbs or not? This is what I’m […]

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Ketogenic Diet: Helpful Or Harmful?

In the world of diets, the ketogenic diet has been hidden until recently. Now everyone thinks it’s the coolest kid on the block. But many prominent health experts are claiming that a ketogenic diet is harmful and unnecessarily restrictive. So which is it? Here’s my take on it. What is a ketogenic diet? Put simply, […]

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Why Clients Pay To See You: Here’s The Truth

As a writer for practitioners, I come across so many people who think that content will take away paying clients. But I want to bust this giant myth in the industry once and for all, and talk about why clients pay to see a practitioner like yourself. The myth: clients pay for information Sure, this […]

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