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Which oils when?

Understanding which oils to use when can be a highly effective and simple way to improve your health. Especially if you are obese, overweight, have high blood pressure or high cholesterol. If oils are not used correctly, you may be consuming a high content of saturated fats, which can clog up your arteries and lead to severe health conditions like atherosclerosis, heart failure and heart attacks. When oils are heated the molecular structure changes, causing the molecular bonds to break....

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Bay FM interview on Addiction and how Medimove Exercise Physiology can help

I have been in a whirlwind and forgot to share this awesome interview with you. Late last year I was invited on the Belly Addict radio show on Bay fm. This show is packed full of inspiring, informative and addictive content. I share some wisdom and knowledge around addictive behaviours, and how Medimove Exercise Physiology help people overcome this. What’s even more interesting is for the past 7 weeks I have been completely alcohol free. As a lot of us...

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6 tools to shift your energy quickly

Have you ever felt so incredibly stuck in your own story that you feel trapped in your own head?   You can’t seem to get out of your own way. You spend the whole day, or even weeks and months allowing your thought process to get fixed on one particular event or story that is on repeat.   I’ve been there and it’s is debilitating.   It can take over your life, your relationships, your happiness, your job, your business,...

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5 easy ways to improve your posture

  To have good posture, you need to have a strong, stable and supportive foundation. It’s like attempting to build a house on sand, if you don’t lay the concrete it’s not going to support you. Our hips are much like the concrete - they are our base of support and our centre of gravity. If there is no foundation, the force of gravity lands on the shoulders and neck, which over time may lead to the formation of a...

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Stretches to alleviate lower back pain

If you've experienced lower back pain then you understand it can be a continual challenge to overcome, taking many months or even years to heal from. This makes it imperative to get the right advice early to avoid additional injury. Lower back pain can occur for a number of reasons. However, a few common ones are; - Poor neuromuscular connection - Muscle tear or weakness - Pelvic Instability - Sports injuries - Disc prolapse - Sciatic pain As an Exercise...

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Addiction is a disease of the brain: My 5 top tips to combatting addiction!

Addiction is a phenomenon with a negative connotation in society, but the truth is we all experience addiction at one stage of our lives. Addiction is a disease of the brain, and unfortunately, we don't train the brain as much as the body. The brain needs just as much exercise rehabilitation as the body. However, researchers are still learning a lot about the brain, and it’s not a routinely screened area unless the disease is evident. Some psychiatrists have realised,...

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Bulimia is an eating disorder and a mental illness

As someone who has experienced Bulimia personally, I can understand how this condition can go undetected for such a long time. Body image is something people have been struggling with for decades, particularly women. In today’s culture of instant gratification and comparison at our finger tips, it’s even more important to have self-love and acceptance, in order to survive and thrive! My journey with Bulimia started when I was 17 years old, living in Sydney and working in bars underage....

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5 Foods that create hormonal balance

To understand how to create hormonal balance within our beings, firstly we need to understand what hormones drive the emotional centres of our brain and how they communicate with our bodies. The three main hormones to consider are serotonin, oxytocin and dopamine. Serotonin is the hormones that promotes emotional balance, it is our mood stabiliser. People who experience depression, will often have low serotonin stores. Oxytocin and dopamine, usually work hand in hand. They are our ‘feel good hormones’ and...

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Candida diet in a nutshell… what to eat, what not to eat

No doubt at some stage in your life, you have been exposed to candida, or you have personally experienced a case of candida, AKA - Thrush. It’s nasty and not something you want showing up regularly. It’s itchy, smelly, painful, and borderline embarrassing, and that’s just the genital type. Candida infections can come in many forms: - Vaginal yeast infection - A yeast infection of the vagina and surrounding tissues. Cutaneous candidiasis - An infection of the skin and nails...

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