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  • Alcohol and the Paleo Diet

    Alcohol and the Paleo Diet

    Some people inherit a special body chemistry called sugar sensitivity, which sets them up to develop specific behavioural and psychological traits. Sugar-sensitive people generally have a family history of alcoholism and are very fond of sweet foods and carbohydrates. They ... Read More »
  • Nourishing chicken soup

    Nourishing chicken soup

    1 whole chicken 8 cups of filtered water or vegetable stock 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 1 large onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 large carrot, chopped 1 medium zucchini, chopped 2 celery sticks, sliced ½ medium cauliflower, chopped ... Read More »
  • I’m convinced that a low carb diet is the answer

    I’m convinced that a low carb diet is the answer

    I recently finished cycling from Marree to Birdsville in 6 days, solo, unsupported, except for a food parcel sent to the roadhouse, and drinking water from cattle stations along the way. I have been doing at least one long ride every year since 2004, such as Perth to Sydney twice, Sydney to Perth once, Darwin to Adelaide, etc, and ride regularly, yet I have noticed, that I am still carrying weight around my stomach. My brother has diabetes 2, and I do not wish to emulate him, in this regard. Read More »
  • Fatty Liver Can Be Reversed

    Paul Makin from Channel 7’s Today Tonight Show interviews Dr Sandra Cabot and the two Marks about the effects of a fatty liver on our health and how the condition can be reversed by altering your diet. The results are ... Read More »
  • Selenium – the cancer fighting mineral

    Selenium – the cancer fighting mineral

    Selenium is a very important trace mineral in human nutrition. It displays powerful ‘cleaning up” or anti-oxidant abilities which neutralize toxic substances in the body. People living in western societies such as the U.S., often don’t get enough selenium in ... Read More »