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5 things you didn’t know about Chiropractic – its not all about the crack

1. Chiropractors are more than just your spine doctor.We are more concerned about the nervous system and the spine acts as a medium for us to communicate with it. Chiropractic treatments are based on removing interferences in the nervous system for the body to heal itself. This also means that we do not only take care of your […]

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Pain in the….leg?

How to treat and what is anterior compartment syndrome Anterior Compartment Syndrome is a condition affecting the leg, typically impacting runners, dancers, and other athletes. It can arise when the foot-strike pattern favours the heel, with a ‘lazy’ foot-slap as the front of the foot (forefoot) follows the heel to the ground. It is the […]

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Chiropractor secrets to how to improve your posture at work

Posture and Chiropractic is like bread and butter and I am constantly checking the posture of my patients on every visit. Lately, I have found we are getting worse. Here’s why…. There is a wide range of causes for neck, shoulder, low back pain, headache etc but the most prevalent one I see in practice […]

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Stuck for Snacks?

Healthy & Delicious Snack Ideas   Crackers with protein dip Rice cakes, Corn cakes, seaweed rice cracker with: nut butter; hummus; avocado and tahini; tahini (or any nut butter) dairy free, gluten free salmon dip – Try Yumi’s from the supermarket, test out a new one from Farmers Market or make your own. Fresh fruit […]

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Are you in FOCUS? Top tips from a flat –out overwhelmed professional procrastinator.

Plan! What is the most important thing to do right now that will take the most stress away. Sometimes this isn’t the most important ‘life giving’ thing but in this case it will help you to be in a calm state to be able to really focus! Can’t decide what to do first? – make […]

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Paleo Bread This gluten free bread is easy to make, tastes great, and is full of nutrient dense ingredients.

Paleo Bread This gluten free bread is easy to make, tastes great, and is full of nutrient dense ingredients. 2 cups blanched almond flour 2 tablespoons coconut flour ¼ cup golden flaxmeal ¼ teaspoon celtic sea salt ½ teaspoon baking soda 5 eggs 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 tablespoon honey 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar […]

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Immune Boosting and Antioxidant Foods

Best Sources of Antioxidants Fruit – blueberries, cranberries, cherries, raspberries, strawberries, apricots, kiwi fruit, papaya, cantaloupe Vegetables – broccoli, capsicum, spinach, Swiss chard, cauliflower, romaine lettuce, endive, kale, carrots, and tomatoes (limit intake) Essential fatty acids – cold-pressed olive oil, flaxseed oil, fish oils and nut and seed oils Co factors – tuna, rainbow trout, […]

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Is Everyone Around You Sick?

It takes 48 hours for a cold to appear so you may already be sick! A virus will usually incubate in the lining of the nose or throat for a couple days before symptoms begin to appear (during this time you are at your most contagious!) So when the symptoms do start, you must act […]

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A SIMPLE PLAN FOR A HEALTHY YOU

Daily food: 1-2 Different Fruits 4-6 Vegies 1 Protein – palm sized 1 starch/carbohydrate think Quinoa rather than Flour At least 2 green leafy veggies Nuts, seeds- go on try some ‘weird foods’ J 50-60% raw/lightly cooked 1.5-2 litres of filtered water per day + 1litre every hour of exercise Eat what you can get […]

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Open and aware- what does that mean?

I am an open and aware person what does that mean? I create a connection with people. I am a ‘magnet’ for people to approach me to talk about anything they like without judgement. I ‘get’ people. I inspire them to find the courage to use their ‘outside’ voice and help them to live the […]

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