This recipe was drawn from the I Quit Sugar website by Sarah Wilson: https://iquitsugar.com/recipe/homemade-chocolate-easter-eggs/ Ingredients 50 g (1/3 cup melted) cacao butter. 25 g (2 tablespoons) coconut oil. 60 g (1 loose cup) raw cacao powder. 1 tablespoon Pureharvest Rice Malt Syrup. Directions 1. In a medium sized bowl, heat the cacao butter, coconut oil … Continued
Author: Dr Matt Windsor
The Winter sports season is about to kick off and we all want to get through to the finals playing our best and avoiding injuries. Whether you are running out onto the soccer field, footy field, hockey field or netball court, an essential way to help ensure this is a good warm up. When most people think of warm up, they think of stretching.
In today’s world of functional exercise, it is surprising how many people we still see in the gym and on the sporting field with their foot up on a fence or “stretch bar” engaging in static stretching.
The intended purpose of this kind of pre-activity “warm-up” is to prepare the body for the sport or exercise ahead and to avoid injury and enhance performance. The irony is, that 100’s of studies show that it actually cools the body, increases the likelihood of injuries, and causes significant impairment to explosiveness and strength performance, compared to those who perform “dynamic” warms ups.
Fishoil is made up of EFA’s, An essential nutrient the body requires but can not manufacture and therefore must be supplied by diet.
The modern diets is just not sufficient enough to get the required amount of Omega 3 and maintain proper 1:1 ratio with Omega 6. Thus supplementing with fish oil is required
Being toxic with omega 6 fatty acids and deficient in omega 3 fatty acids is a deadly combination that is shown to increase the chances of illness in people of all ages. Illnesses associated with omega 6 fatty acid toxicity and/or omega 3 fatty acid deficiency include ADHD, allergies, eczema, asthma, breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, lowered immunity, heart disease, strokes, diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, fibromyalgia, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, and Alzheimer’s, painful menstruation, back pain, neck pain, and headaches
Welcome to 2017! Start your year off well with these great tips! In this newsletter: The top 3 things to do to EAT, MOVE and THINK well in 2017. Welcome to another year of health and potential in 2017! This is the time of year when everyone is looking to reboot after the … Continued
Hillier Windsor’s Healthy Christmas Breaky! I don’t claim to be a Nigella in the kitchen or a Pete Evans for that matter but I do have this clever, healthy little Christmas morning recipe up my sleeve. Truth is I use it all year but it’s so good it’s worth a mention especially for those of … Continued
“RESEARCH SHOWS THAT CHIROPRACTIC CARE CAN INCREASE STRENGTH, DECREASE FATIGUE AND IMPROVE THE BRAIN’S ABILITY TO DRIVE MUSCLES.” “What we can say based on this study is that when we adjust subluxations, we improve strength, we prevent fatigue and we change the way the brain drives our muscles. That’s pretty cool” said Heidi Haavik, … Continued
What does a safety pin have to do with getting my back “cracked?” Allow me to explain…. The safety pin cycle is a simple analogy used to explain the amazing, incredible power of your nervous system and the equally astonishing neurological interactions that occur when you receive an adjustment from your chiropractor. … Continued
Dr Andrea Carroll (or Andee as she prefers) is a Chiropractor based at our Pyrmont practice
Dr Hany Attia DC Chiropractor – B. Chiro (MQ) M.Chiro (MQ)
He is a member of the Australian Chiropractors Association (ACA).
Since graduating Dr Hany has worked rural (Riverina district) and coastal (south coast) clinics where he has treated individuals from all walks of life. He has developed a keen and vast interest in sport, sporting injuries, rehabilitation and management care for acute and chronic injuries