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Do you know what your blood sugar levels are? If you feel healthy and happy and there is no indication that you have diabetes (eg. excessive thirst, excessive urination, unexplained weight loss, fatigue) then not knowing you blood sugar levels likely isn’t a big problem. Just make sure your GP checks the 3 month average […]
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If you often eat instant noodles, porridge or cup-a-soup for lunch, you are really going to watch this video. I’ve found 4 much more nourishing options which require no refrigeration that you can store in your desk. Some don’t require any heating while others only take a few minutes in the microwave.4 Quic  
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What if food wasn’t “good” or “bad”? Would that change anything about your eating habits? It occurred to me recently, that food is very much like a symphony. We will all have certain preferences about which instruments we like the most playing in a symphony, but if you asked me whether a violin was “good” […]
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  Eating should be one of life’s many pleasures. Sadly, I see time and time again people who are so confused and sometimes even terrified about trying to eat “perfectly” that food ends up creating feelings of guilt and misery instead of pleasure and enjoyment. The “clean eating” movement seems to have created so much […]
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  If you are tired of going around and around going on and off a diet, maybe it’s time to take a good hard look at what is actually going on and identify the root cause of the problem. Achieving a healthy weight requires so much more than eating less and moving more. You also […]
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So I tore my calf muscle at dance class this week (I dance Lindy hop and Charleston in case you were wondering). All it took was a few minutes of not doing what everyone else was doing, and people started to ask questions about what had happened. What I found most interesting was that within […]
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