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Paleo and Crossfit… Can They Coexist?

Crossfit and paleo, two concepts that have grown side by side for the past fifteen years. Two market driven movements that promote health, minimalism, community, and two movements that are as controversial as they effective. Having high stakes in both of these (I coach crossfit and use a paleo template in my nutrition coaching), I have … Continue reading Paleo and Crossfit… Can They Coexist?

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How to Increase Your Testosterone…. Naturally

In our last post we learnt that testosterone isn’t just for muscle heads and is vitally important for female and male health. If you haven’t read this, then do the right thing and check it out here. So we know that healthy T levels are linked with bone health, mood, cognition, motivation, weight management and muscle mass. This means … Continue reading How to Increase Your Testosterone…. Naturally

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How to Not Get Manboobs

Estrogen is a dirty word for men. We don’t know what it is or what it does but we don’t want any part of it. It’s for women and that’s it. It’s what gives them curves, breasts, and while that’s good on them, we want as little of this thing as possible. What many of us don’t know … Continue reading How to Not Get Manboobs

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Australia’s New Food Pyramid…. And Why Brazil Does it Better

  Whenever I do a nutrition talk I usually start with the ‘Food Pyramid’ because it’s really where everything went all wrong. I point out to the audience that our nutrition authorities recommend eating 8 – 11 servings of grains per day, the equivalent to 22 slices of bread… This always gets a laugh. So, … Continue reading Australia’s New Food Pyramid…. And Why Brazil Does it Better

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Nutrient Density: An Uncommon Guide to the World’s Healthiest Foods

“It’s like, totally healthy.” You hear this from your hipster friend who’s raving about their biodynamic yoghurt with crushed chia seeds. “Yeah, it’s like alkalising, detoxifying, and it’s got like, so much protein.” You don’t question them, they seem confident and assertive. Later on you question this ‘nutritiousness’ thing.