Posts Tagged ‘nutritionist’
Is Coconut Oil Good for You?
After an extensive review, the American Heart Association have given coconut oil the thumbs down. What does this mean for you and why has coconut oil been black listed after it’s honey moon run of being the new super oil? After a dietician told a client last year that coconut oil was evil and to…Read More
Asia Joes Byron Bay
There are so many awesome food choices in Byron Bay, don’t settle for any old slops! IF you can find the alley way behind the Byron Hotel you will find a mecca of quick eats… and many serving alcohol so you can sit longer and take your time. Look for the restaurant along for the…Read More
Poke Poke Canggu
“ How good is the food?!” my friends chorus as we all meet up for dinner in Canggu. My mates assure me that Poke Poke, opposite Deus carpark is the bomb when it comes to quick wholesome salads. And they are right! The Poke Concept is a Hawaaiin way of delivering salads. Packed with nourishment,…Read More
Sam Beau Patrick #10 Menopause Blogger in the World!
I am so determined to spread the word about hormones world wide that when awards like this come my way I feel totally flattered and honoured. Voted #10 world wide menopause blogger. I have been voted #10 menopause blogger and website world wide. I write for people… For the person struggling… And the person confused…Read More
Showing Kids How Much Sugar There is in Coke!
Following our “pupil-free-day”at Wet and Wild theme park last Monday I was mortified at the wide spread acceptance of Coke and over the top promotions. I was determined , in my own little ripple pond of influence, to show parents and kids, that the sugar in coke is crazy high and SHOULD NOT BE GIVEN…Read More
Wine Tasting at Sea
On board drinking experiences vary and being the seasoned wine taster that I am, it felt mandatory to try the wine tasting experience on the P & O Cruise as well as the Mix-It Cocktail Experience. I take this part of my life very seriously (days at sea) and aside from writing travel blogs, dipping in…Read More
3 Effective Detox Methods
It’s spring time and time to cleanse and detox! It’s Spring time in the southern hemisphere and this generally means a time of cleanse, renewed life and joy! This morning it really dawned on me how powerful and exciting this time of year is. Last night I changed the silver rocks, and ceramic filter in…Read More
The Gili Island Cooking School
For a bit of fun I thought I would try the cooking school on Gili Trawangan at Sweet and Spicy. As I said it was a bit of fun. You get to cook five dishes but eat six. It was good for me being a nutritionist seeing how food has been bastardised to suit the…Read More
The Yard Nobby's Beach
Watching this little alcove evolve over the years has been fascinating. Only high quality, substance businesses seem to open in this venue. The Yard Cafe is the same. Low key, high quality and a little bit different. It has made it’s stamp mark on the cafe scene and soon, Friday TGIF drink will be on it’s…Read More
The Planting Festival – a time to nurture nature
What a wanderlust weekend playing with my children and hanging out in Woodfordia, planting trees! A fun WET weekend (apparently the first wet Planting in 18 years)!? We pitched our tents in the rain on Friday night and head into the festival to try to make the most of the night. The kids are immediately…Read More