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If you’ve been experiencing the trifecta of poor gut health signs – we’re talking about constipation, diarrhoea and bloating, here – or some of the less obvious signs like poor mood, brain fog and fatigue, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a few tips to boost your gut health in no time, from learning how to quit added sugar to consuming prebiotic-rich foods – it’s all here!
Find yourself drifting off at your desk right in the middle of the afternoon? Or perhaps you get a ravenous urge to down a bag of lollies – these are all signs that your blood-sugar levels are out of whack, and your energy is paying the price. Here are 3 unexpected ways to nip this frustrating phenomenon in the bud.
Our high-added sugar diets are throwing our gut microbiomes out of whack, with chronic inflammation on the rise. Luckily, there are a few foods that have the opposite effects – if you’re keen to learn how to quit sugar and eat for your gut, here are 5 anti-inflammatory foods to prioritise.
It was after a visiting her GP and undertaking tests for the MTHFR gene that Aussie mum and nutritionist Mary-Anne Bennett started to ask questions around her family’s history of chronic disease. She set out on a journey to find some answers – here’s what her genetic testing experience revealed.
We’ve spoken to The Clear Skin Experts founder Asha Evertsz on our latest episode of the Unprocessed podcast to learn all about soothing our skin from the inside out. She revealed the ins and outs of feeling, looking and living well – here are her top tips to heal damaged skin.
Do you feel like you're constantly craving sugary snacks? You're not alone. Many of us struggle with an unhealthy relationship with food, and it can be hard to break the cycle. The good news is that you can detox your gut from sugar and reduce your cravings with a few simple steps. Here’s how.
Are you tired of feeling sluggish and foggy every day? Do you find yourself reaching for the chocolate after a long, stressful day? If so, you might find your mood and emotional regulation both could benefit from adopting a JERF (just eat real food) lifestyle.
Sugar is like that spontaneous, unpredictable friend who takes you on fun – but regrettable – adventures. Just as they leave you with a killer hangover the next day, added sugar can also have some detrimental effects on your body after the high wears off. From skin woes to gut troubles, here are a few reasons added sugar is more trouble than it's worth.
We might feel the most comfortable living in climate of around 22 degrees, but Wim Hof practitioners believe snapping out of that comfort zone in cooler depths may be the key to improved immunity, digestion and mental health. So, how does cold exposure therapy work? Let’s find out.
Defined by calming breathing methods, cold exposure and conquering one’s bodily limits, the Wim Hof method is a practise that is growing in popularity – from celebrities to therapists, masses of people are flocking to reap the benefits. Here’s why.
If you’ve cut out sugar yet still find yourself craving that sweet white stuff, it could be down to the foods you’ve replaced it with. JERF (just eat real food) is one of the best ways to ditch the cravings for good.
Weight gain, insulin resistance and high cholesterol are all par for the course when it comes to a sugar habit – even the foods you think are safe, like bread and cereal, could be portals for a sugar hit. Here’s what sugar’s doing to your metabolism.
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