The Paleo problem 2 min read
You’d have had to be living under a rock in recent years to miss all the chatter about the Paleolithic (Paleo) diet. In a way, Paleo enthusiasts would be proud of you. The diet is, after all, a throwback to...
Skipping: the exercise alternative worth a second look 2 min read
Is running running you into the ground? Is the thought of lifting weights weighing on you? Perhaps it’s time you jumped back into a classic exercise alternative. Contrary to what you might think, skipping is not just a primary school...
Out and About — Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon
Rachel is out and about at the Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon this week. For more information: https://tryathlon.com.au/
A new start 1 min read
Have you made a New Year’s resolution? If you have you’re participating in a tradition that goes back at least 4000 years. The ancient Babylonians marked the beginning of spring—mid-March in the northern hemisphere—with celebrations, oaths of loyalty to the...
Lower Body #1 — Exercise with Alisha
Our resident PT, Alisha, takes us through a lower body workout.
Should I have a caesarean birth? 2 min read
When it comes to having babies there’s a wealth of information out there and a whole bunch of opinions and personal stories. Most mums are well educated these days and quite capable of making informed decisions about how they’d like...
Yes, your children should be doing chores 4 min read
Kids who routinely help around the house and the yard are more likely to perform better at school, are more likely to be emotionally stable and are more likely to succeed in their professional lives as adults.