If you have an autoimmune disease or other chronic condition, you’re going to love this episode. I interviewed Christina Tidwell, a Registered Nurse and Certified Autoimmune Health Coach who specialises in serving clients with chronic autoimmune disease.
If you’re doing loads of exercise, eating well and still struggling to lose weight, this is for you. In this episode, I interview Personal Trainer and Nutritionist Ash Lane. Ash helps women learn to eat more, train less, build muscle and lose fat.
Ok, so maybe you’ve started to switch to eating more real food -- you expected to feel more energy, less bloating, right?! And that’s what happens for a lot of people. But some of us end up feeling more tired, bloated, and even constipated -- even though we’re eating all this nutrient dense food.
How well do you know your hormones? This week’s episode is with Jessica Ash, a Clinical Nutritionist & Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner who specialises in female hormones, gut health, and metabolism.
Thinking about trying Isagenix? Read my unbiased review of Isagenix, where I take a close look at the 30-day Isagenix Cleanse, its ingredients, and learn whether it’s a healthy, sustainable way to lose weight or just another fad diet.
I get so many questions about Isagenix on Instagram - Is Isagenix healthy? Is having a cleanse day good for you? Are meal replacement shakes unhealthy? In today’s episode of The meTOX Podcast, I review the Isagenix 30 Day Weight Loss System in detail, and sharing my take on whether the system and products are healthy or not.
Health is so much more than nutrition and exercise. The way you think contributes hugely to your health, plus your mindset determines whether you stick to those healthy habits or not.
In this episode, Blake Worrall Thompson shares a little bit about his own story, along with his top strategies and tools to help you upgrade your mindset, and how you can actually create lasting change in your life. You are going to love it!
As Hippocrates said, “All disease begins in the gut”.
So many of us have been exposed to antibiotics, birth control and other medications, inflammatory food, environmental toxins and chronic stress over our lifetimes. All of these stressors can lead to poor gut health and even “leaky gut”, which occurs when the lining of the gut becomes permeable.
In this episode, I’ll explain what gut health is, why you should even care about it, and I’ll walk you through the gut-healing process step-by-step.
Whether you have digestive symptoms like constipation, diarrhoea or bloating, have been diagnosed with IBS, or even if you have any seemingly unrelated symptoms like fatigue, eczema or brain fog, this episode is for you!
You’re not stuck with anxiety. There is another way.
This episode will inspire you to ditch the anxiety for good and live in the present moment. Lesa Blackham is a Life Coach at Creating Calm. After struggling with anxiety for most of her adult life, Lesa decided it was time to take back control and find the answers she needed to live a more balanced, worry free and happy life.
Health is holistic, and mental wellness is no exception. I brought in the expert: Holistic Psychologist, Dr. Nicole LePera, to share with us her take on psychology. Dr Nicole incorporates nutrition, lifestyle and psychological wellness practices into her practice, and is changing the game by encouraging us to heal ourselves.
Confused about whether or not you should eat gluten? In this episode, I talk about the difference between Coeliac Disease and Non Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity, why it seems like everyone is sensitive to gluten these days, and whether you should eat gluten or steer clear.
In this episode, I’ll be talking about the difference between a conventional and functional approach to health and how you can get to the root cause of your symptoms - whether that’s the extra few kilos that won’t budge, fatigue, digestive issues, skin issues, or whatever else is going on for you.
I'm a sucker for dessert - and this would have to be one of my all-time favourites! If you have any friends who are sceptical that real food can taste incredible, give them a slice of this and their mind will be changed forever. If you want to share, that is!
One of the jobs that put me through uni was working at a hairdresser. Which mostly involved making coffee, giving head massages and sweeping the floor.
But one of the most memorable parts of that job was Helen’s famous mini Christmas puddings. People would always “just drop in to say hello” from the 1st of December in hope of taking home one of the absolutely dense, decadent mini puddings.
Sometimes I feel like I’m either bossy or awkwardly quiet, there’s nothing in between. I often come out of conversations wondering whether I came on too strong.
I spent the first 12 years of my life being a bossy older sister (I take full credit for my brothers’ intelligence and athleticism), and the years after that I figured I should tone it down a notch for fear of offending anyone. Hence the awkward quietness.
This morning I woke up with the sun and walked to a sweaty yoga class in a studio immersed in the jungle. After yoga, stopped at a cafe for a healthy breaky and headed straight to my coworking space (which is a bamboo hut looking over the rice paddies in Ubud, Bali) to start “working”.
For as long as I can remember, I have struggled with PMS and cramps. I did a pretty good job of masking the acne, PMS and cramps for the 10 years I was on the contraceptive pill (band-aid approach, anyone?!). But ever since I went off the pill a few years ago, I’ve been doing a whole lotta work on myself to balance my hormones with real food nutrition and lifestyle changes.
In my group nutrition programs, I help people ditch the sugar and processed foods and transition to a real-food approach to eating. Without a doubt, the number one question I get asked as people are going through this process is "what on earth can I eat for breakfast?!"