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Are you ready to bust your sugar cravings?
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Seminar: Kick your sugar addiction!

Tuesday, 17 May at 7pm

With so much focus on ‘quitting sugar’ diets, the various forms of sugar and the serious health issues associated with high sugar diets, it’s no wonder we’re confused as to the right approach to bust your sugar cravings.
 
Feeling Healthy Naturopath, Rebecca Screen, is running a complimentary class to change your relationship with sugar so you can better understand:

  • what sugar is doing to your body
  • why the more sugar you eat, the more sugar you want
  • how to find sugar in processed foods and “healthy” items
  • simple steps to crowd sugar out of your life
  • how sugar imbalances can lead to insulin resistance and diabetes
  • what is metabolic syndrome and how you can avoid it

Places are limited, book now
 
Looking for more health and well being seminars, pencil these dates in your diary.

With Mother’s Day just a couple of weeks away, Sunday 8 May
 why not treat her and yourself!
 
When you buy a 60 minute gift voucher or massage, receive FREE a 30 minute for yourself and a complimentary health discovery session for your or your Mum with one of our Naturopaths.
Client success story

Walking to improve poverty and injustice around the world

Whilst most of us were strolling off to work last Friday, coffee in hand, dreaming of the weekend to be here, Feeling Healthy’s clients, Kerrie Hick and Joanna Leece and their fellow team members, Jim Downey and Stella Avramopoulos, set off on the gruelling 100km Oxfam Trailwalker.

Read their inspirational story.


Pain pain go away

Inflammation is usually a short-term, normal body response from our immune system to help neutralise a threat and restore function. It usually starts from things such as an injury, infection or toxicity. The body is designed to overcome damage, however, if it goes on for too long because the body becomes depleted of nutrients, tired or stressed and it can’t heal properly.

Recently Naturopath Rebecca Screen attended a Metagenics seminar on Pain and Inflammation; read the first article in her two part series.

Edmore's Banana Berry Spice Smoothie


This smoothie is particularly special because of its very high antioxidant content. The raspberries and strawberries, like all berries, contain a huge amount of anti-aging antioxidants. Then add a touch of two of the most healing spices available to us and you boost the flavor and healing properties even further. Cinnamon has the highest antioxidant strength of all food sources and is several hundreds more potent than any fruit or vegetable!
 
You can even add wild blueberries for a twist on this recipe and even more of the critical antioxidants we need for our health. It's really just an added bonus that this smoothie tastes so wonderful!
Enjoy this smoothie for breakfast, lunch or a snack. 
 
Ingredients:
2 bananas (use more if you wish)
1 cup frozen raspberries
1 cup frozen strawberries
1.5 cups coconut water or water
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, or more to taste
Pinch nutmeg (optional)

Directions:
1. Place the coconut water or water and bananas in a blender and blend well.
2. Add the frozen berries and spices and blend until smooth. Pour into a big glass and enjoy the anti-aging benefits!
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