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Quinoa, roast carrot & labneh salad; Journey to wellness

Quinoa, Roast Carrot & Labneh Salad
On August 30th, 2015

This is one of those salads that need not be relegated to a side dish. If you don’t have time to make the labneh you could replace it with goats cheese. Start the labneh the day before if using. 2 … Continue reading » »


The three ergonomic mistakes we all make

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On August 27th, 2015

Ergonomics refers to “the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment”, but what this really means is how we position ourselves for optimal comfort whilst undertaking daily tasks. There are certain positions where excess load is placed upon muscles, … Continue reading » »


What’s the fuss with Gluten-free?

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On August 27th, 2015

There has been a ground-swell of people promoting gluten-free diets recently online and in the social media. Some “experts” even claim a strong link between gluten and bloating, multiple sclerosis and even schizophrenia! As a holistic dentist we are often … Continue reading » »


Buckwheat & pumpkin scones; journey to wellness

Buckwheat & Pumpkin Scones
On August 23rd, 2015

I love buckwheat and pumpkin together. In case you hadn’t noticed. I am delighted with how these turned out. Not exactly light and fluffy but the texture is great and they taste amazing. 1 cup buckwheat flour 1 cup brown … Continue reading » »


Fresh produce & a recipe

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On August 23rd, 2015

Hubby and I went away to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary – eeeek, where have the years gone!!!??? So, the weekend away is finished and we’re back to reality. The beauty of going away, is not only the fact that you are … Continue reading » »


When Fashion is Bad for our Health – part 2

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On August 20th, 2015

In one of my last posts, I spoke about how high heels, corsets and handbags could potentially cause aches and pains or injuries. Well, they’re not the only hazardous fashion that we endure regularly! Thongs (Yes, I’m Australian. Jandals if … Continue reading » »


World Humanitarian Day

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On August 19th, 2015

    To mark World Humanitarian Day on August 19, 2015, celebrate the spirit that inspires all aspects of humanitarian work around the world. Pay tribute to volunteers, aid workers, charities, and donor organizations who have given time, energy, funds, … Continue reading » »


Transformation – Tesla Waves

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On August 14th, 2015

Transformation often occurs after having Tesla Metamorphosis® sessions and for some could be life changing. Some clients report positive improvement from a diverse range of maladies ranging from acute to chronic. Even people suffering from cancer, aids, lupus, spinal injuries, and chronic fatigue syndrome have been known in some cases to have a positive response. The effect of Tesla waves on human consciousness can be astounding and affect transformation on many levels. Continue reading » »


3 quick mindfulness practices to overcome worry, anxiety and panic

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On August 14th, 2015

You can use mindfulness practices to overcome worry, anxiety and panic Whether we admit it or not, we all worry. You might worry about the big things, like relationships, your job or your direction in life. Or it may be … Continue reading » »


What happens when we – osteopaths or other manual therapists – can’t help?

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On August 13th, 2015

Our job is to help people who come to us with a particular problem, usually being in pain, lack of flexibility, or poor function. Some physical ailments will recover quickly, others will take more time and effort, depending on the … Continue reading » »