Trans Fats – What, where & how to avoid

                  “Fats” have been under the magnifying glass for many years. Are they good, are they bad…? While there has been much debate about other fats, TRANS FATS in particular have been consider a bad fat for quite some time with several European countries completely banning them. … Continue reading Trans Fats – What, where & how to avoid


3 foods to help avoid extra kj’s this winter

Let’s be honest, winter foods like bread, butter, pastas, rice and fat filled soups and curries CALL us like crazy come winter time. Before we know it we are rugged up indoors dunking bread in just about anything warm and comforting while avoiding the cold outside. Unfortunately these “comfort” and common winter foods, coupled with … Continue reading 3 foods to help avoid extra kj’s this winter


What’s hot in health for 2018

What an amazing time we had.  The Naturally Good expo is getting bigger and better every year with everything to do with health from food, to beauty to new supplements, bars, snacks, drinks you name it! Everything that is on trend right now was there! We had the chance to see and taste your favourite … Continue reading What’s hot in health for 2018


4 Hidden nasties harming your health

          4 HIDDEN NASTIES HARMING YOUR HEALTH Eating healthy, getting good sleep, reducing stress and enjoying regular exercise are fantastic ways to stay happy and healthy, however there are some “hidden nasties” that are causing harm to your well-being.   1 – SKIN CARE, BEAUTY & CLEANING CHEMICALS Skin care, beauty … Continue reading 4 Hidden nasties harming your health


What it takes to make a Champion, the best version of YOU!

            The Commonwealth Games are in full swing on the beautiful Gold Coast so we thought it  to create this blog around “becoming a champion“, the BEST version of you. Cate Campbell, current multiple world record holder and Olympic medalist sure looks after her body and health, training every second … Continue reading What it takes to make a Champion, the best version of YOU!


6 ways to prepare your immunity for winter

The  colder months bring with it a string of colds, flus, coughs and sneezes. Today’s blog aims to best equip you with tips, tools and nutritional advice so you can prepare your immune system for the coming months. 1 – Improve your Z’s Sure, a lack of sleep can make us feel sluggish, fatigued and … Continue reading 6 ways to prepare your immunity for winter


7 reason to eat your reds

            WHAT IT MEANS TO EAT YOUR REDS? Just like when someone says “eat your greens”, eating your reds is simply consuming fruits and vegetables that are red in colour (as well as a few purple shades… they make the mark here too). These include: Watermelon, strawberries, beetroot, pomegranate, raspberries, … Continue reading 7 reason to eat your reds


Carob – Why it’s a good choice this Easter

WHAT IS CAROB? Carob is the fruit of the carob tree and grows as a long, slightly curved, dark brown pod. The carob tree is native to the Mediterranean region and has been used for thousands of years to aid medical conditions as well as provide a sweet treat for our ancient ancestors. Carob today … Continue reading Carob – Why it’s a good choice this Easter


Pain – you don’t have to “deal” with it

            THE LINK BETWEEN INFLAMMATION & PAIN It is important to know that chronic inflammation is the culprit behind just about every disease within the body & pain is simply a symptom of this inflammation. Inflammation can be caused from an array of problems stemming from nutrition right through to … Continue reading Pain – you don’t have to “deal” with it


Fermented Food – What, why & how to

  WHAT ARE FERMENTED FOODS? Cultures all around the world have been using fermentation to create some of our most sought after foods and drinks, including wine, beer, cheese, yoghurt, bread and chocolate. Fermentation is the process where bacteria or yeast are used to consume the sugars and carbohydrates of our food releasing an abundance of … Continue reading Fermented Food – What, why & how to