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Over the last 7 years I have made this observation – so many of us want to lose weight, have more energy, sleep better, feel better.  Be healthy!! I have also observed that we aren’t really prepared to make the necessary changes in order to get that.  We want it yesterday and we want it...
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It’s not expensive to eat healthy, That’s a bold statement when, as I write this, kiwifruit are selling at over $7/kg.  But hear me out. I can write about this because I do it.  I have lived it, even in times of uncertainty, on a very low budget, and living week to week.  I still...
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I hear you asking “what on earth do you mean there is no junk food???” Well, I’ll finish the sentence for you. There is no junk food – there is only junk and there is only food – another Dr Libby statement.
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That’s a scary thought isn’t it?  How frustrating is it when your body won’t respond the way you want it to?  Why does it keep storing fat cells?  Why don’t I have energy?  Why does everything seem so hard??? Here is the thing.  Our bodies will respond to the environment that we put them in....
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Have you ever heard the phrase “rubbish in = rubbish out”? It stands to reason here that if we are choosing to “nourish” our bodies with junk then how can we expect our bodies to do anything other than give us rubbish? Rubbish energy, rubbish immune system, rubbish sleep, rubbish moods etc.
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Healthy Lifestyle advice Lower Hutt
Sharing what I have learned about habits, and happiness. This is a video I filmed for my client group but I thought it was worth sharing here too. I also go off on a wee tangent about confirmation bias and habits. In it’s very basic form Confirmation Bias is when you think something and your...
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Amazing tasting shake to boost your immunity and nutrition, all in one glass! Nutrition shake, orange, carrot and ginger, click for full recipe.
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​I heard this statement "are you a thermostat or are you a thermometer" earlier this week. And I really liked it. If you think about it, the basic difference is that a thermometer responds to the environment while a thermostat sets the environment.
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