Health Tips

March 21, 2019
Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power

There is a saying that knowledge is power. I would hope that we use our ever expanding knowledge to empower positive change where it is required; like our health. I saw a statistic recently that in the 1960’s chronic illness used to impact only 4% of the population but now 46% of children are impacted by chronic illness. While I’m still verifying the source of these statistics, Australian government statistics do point to a rapid rise in chronic illness in the last 10 years. This should be prompting all of us to ask the question “ Is the […]
March 13, 2019
Thrive over Survive

Thrive Over Survive

Have you ever asked yourself the question what lifestyle choices you could be making to help you thrive over the choices you make that just allow you to survive? For many people in this modern fast paced world of multiple and overwhelming stressors just making it to the end of another work day is an achievement in itself. Is the goal just too survive to see another day or is there something more to the quality of life we could be pursuing? The good news is that if you are interested in living a greater quality of life, […]
March 6, 2019

Radiation Nation

We all have learned that too much exposure to radiation is potentially harmful to our health and as technology advances are we being exposed to more than ever before. The question we need to be asking is “is this having an impact on our health?” It is easy for people to understand how exposure to the pathogens like viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi might make you unwell as these can been seen either by the naked eye or under a microscope. It is a little more difficult to see EMF (electromagnetic frequencies) like WiFi, 4G phone service, artificial […]
February 27, 2019

Navigating Choice & Information

Last week I wrote about how in this modern information age it is easy to get paralysed by choice. But is there a way to navigate the challenges of this time? If we look back 2-3 generations ago to our grandparents or great grandparents who were born around the turn of the 20th century, they were the longest living generation out of the last 400-500 yrs. This begs the question why might this have occurred as they lived through world wars, the great depression and rapid advancements in technology. One of the reasons might be held within the […]