A Man's Incredible Story...why he quit gluten

For those of you who have seen me as a patient or have read my e-book Eat Yourself Healthy In 28 Days, you'll be familiar with my stance on gluten. Gluten is something we are hearing more and more about and the impact it is having on our health. If you missed my first post on gluten, you can read it here to bring you up to speed. But in this post, I wanted to share with you a truly inspirational story about one man's journey with his health and the life changing impact when he quit gluten. For the purpose of this post I'll refer to him as Fred. Fred was a man in his mid 30's and when I met Fred he had been suffering severe panic attacks that at times left him convulsing and too scared to

The truth behind organic vs free range chicken

I recently went on a mission to learn more about the production methods behind organic chicken compared to free range, because of the common misconception that free range chicken and eggs are the same as organically produced. I believe much of the confusion amongst consumers, around the term “FREE RANGE” stems from labelling that can infer a product is organic, but to be officially certified organic, a product must display the official logo. My organic chook expedition lead me to Inglewood Farms, in South West Qld and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised to discover their impressive operation was not only aimed at supporting the welfare of the chickens and land through organic, sustain

Should You Add Salt To Your Diet?

For years we have been warned by the health authorities that fat is bad for our health and a major cause of common lifestyle diseases and salt has also experienced the same demonization. Labelled as a dangerous food additive and underlying cause of many diseases, the facts are if you eat the right sources of fats ( you can read more about healthy fats here) and consume salt in the right form, they will actually increase your longevity and help to prevent common lifestyle diseases. Salt is in fact essential for good health, so much so that the body cannot function without it. Contrary to popular belief, the body actually requires salt for regulating and maintaining healthy blood pressure as


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