Don’t be fooled – Watch out for these common food claims

Grocery shopping used to be great in the ‘good old days’ because the range of products available was fairly limited compared to today’s standards:   take milk for example.  Twenty years ago, there were only two types of milk you could buy which was either full cream or skim.  Now we have Trim, Smart Milk, A2,…

Becoming a Vegetarian is No Guarantee for Weight Loss

Some people become a vegetarian for ethical reasons but others may choose to avoid meat simply because they believe it will help them lose weight.  If you believe everything you read, vegetarians apparently have the ‘healthiest’ diets – but is that really true?  Below are some of the ‘rookie errors’ new vegetarians commonly make in…

Personal Trainer Keeping it Real Post-Baby

Tiffiny Hall is a personal trainer who found fame by featuring on ‘The Biggest Loser’.  Being gorgeous and in great shape, no wonder she became an overnight household name.  She helped many of the contestants on the show with their weight loss battles however now she is overcoming her own body challenge.  Tiffiny recently gave…

Mieka’s Amazing 50kg Weight Loss Journey

If you want to lose weight in 2018 but haven’t taken the ‘leap’ of faith to get started, then maybe you need to get inspired by incredible Mieka.  A client at our Ipswich clinic, Mieka has lost over 50kg in just over 18 months…and check out the transformation.  Mieka took some time out to answer…

3 ‘Healthy’ Foods That Are Making You Fat

When you are busy, you often have to eat ‘on the run’ and, therefore, make quick decisions about what would be your healthiest choice.  However, quick decisions are not necessarily the best decisions – particularly if you are being influenced by the packaging and marketing buzz words (such as ‘low-fat’, ‘high protein’ etc).  This week…

Australians Are Not Eating Enough Fruit and Vegetables

Are you getting enough fruit and vegetables in your daily diet?  Well, if you read the latest statistics published by the CSIRO, you most probably are not.  According to the latest figures only 24% of Australian women are eating enough fruit and vegetables and a tiny 15% of men (for more information, click here:  http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-04-03/fruit-and-veggies-four-in-five-australians-not-eating-enough/8409766…