A few years ago, I was experiencing some serious stress. A timely conversation with a colleague and friend led to the introduction of what I now call the “5 year rule”.
Three 90 year olds in one room represent over 270 years of life experience! It seems silly not to ask a few questions and seek out a life lesson or two.
Welcome to Part 2 of the #Divideby4 Campaign. This time, I want to shine a light on how much added sugar is in our favourite breakfast cereals.
Welcome to Part 1 of the #Divideby4 Campaign. Let’s take a close look at how much sugar is added into our favourite drinks.
There are 4 questions you should answer every week in order to become better at life.
This post was kindly requested by a friend who wanted me to share my thoughts on the Cancer Council’s push for a sugar tax in Australia. You can find the Cancer Council’s statement here.
An argument for whole foods is coming. I can feel it. But first, a quick word about elephants.
If nutrients were celebrities, fats would constantly be in the news. In and out of the courtrooms trying to prove its innocence. Paparazzi swarming. Stating “no comment” to all questions. Driving off in tinted SUV’s.
“Eat carbs…don’t eat carbs…don’t eat fats…OK, eat fat…superfood this…superfood that”.
Food has become like an episode of Prison Break. No one knows what the hell is going on anymore!
The “yo-yo diet”. Start diet. Weight goes down. Diet not compatible with human existence. Weight goes up. Repeat. Up and down like a yo-yo. So what can be done about it?
This is the follow up post to The Cause of Obesity – Part 1. Let’s look at why bad habits make it very hard to lose weight and what can be done about them. Again, there is more to weight loss than willpower.
We are at war with obesity and we are losing. It is time to fight back. But, before we can beat the enemy, we must understand the enemy.