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Alongside Personal Training & teaching Pilates it has been a great passion of mine to share the benefits of essential oils educating people how to incorporate them into their daily lives. Be a first point of call & preventative measure to warding of illness, boosting immunity to lead healthier happier lives. If this is something your keen to learn more about from settling anxious feelings, to an upset tummy please reach out I’ll save you a seat at my next workshop. 💕 ... See more
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A little bit of fun... just call me Lady Nellie Melody💓
Ahh Shower Melts... sound so good. Who'd like to join in a workshop to make some of these babies? https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/diy-balance-shower-tablets ... See more
Bath bombs have been all the rage recently, but if you prefer showers to baths, this DIY is for you.
As well as lower blood pressure, the plant-based approach to eating has become renowned for helping to keep cholesterol in check... 2. Lower Cholesterol Most people aren’t aware that plants contain literally NO cholesterol, even the saturated sources like coconut and cacao! Consider this: one egg has twice the amount of cholesterol as a fast food hamburger, and fish contains almost or even more cholesterol than meat or poultry depending on the type you eat! Eating plant foods such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, and seeds has actually been proven to reduce and reverse the effects of heart disease! (More info at the links below!) Australian native Adam Guthrie has experienced these effects first hand after suffering a heart attack at 39 and completely transforming his diet and lifestyle to a plant-based one. Read more about Adam’s incredible journey and his new planted-based meal planning app here: http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-food/let-food-be-thy-medicine-clean-plant-based-foods-that-can-help-lower-cholesterol/ Another interesting read regarding the reversal of the effects of heart disease is this study on intensive lifestyle changes as treatment: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/188274 Join our info seminar online #nutrition #healthyliving ... See more
Super Doper Excited 😆 30/30 is starting tomorrow 9:15am Combing strength & cardio flowing Pilates for 30mins with abs, butts & thighs. Then at 10:15 some Yogalates to stretch out those cobwebs get those bodies limber. Come along & start feeling great 🤸♂️ Everyone welcome including mums & bubs, seniors those that can touch their toes & those that may struggle. We’ll find something for you all at your own level. Wednesday at 9:15am at Perth St Park we have Pilates. And.... all these are FREE on every week till 27 June 🤗 plenty of time to build your strength, cardio & flexiblity. Get those bods toned up. Just come along no need to book, bring mat / towel & water 💦 Please share with your friends 😘 ... See more
Physical health benefits of a plant-based diet: The Potassium Effect The physical benefits of embracing a plant-based diet are endless and we’re hearing of new ones all the time but here’s the lowdown on some of the most prevalent and transformational health benefits: Lower Blood Pressure Due to the higher intake of POTASSIUM that those following a plant-based diet receive, they experience much lower blood pressure, as this mineral releases tension in the walls of blood vessels, and also helps the body to process excess sodium and release it through the urine. There are so many positives to consuming more potassium, a full list of which can be seen here: goo.gl/SPogga Where can I get more potassium? Almost all whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, and all fruits and vegetables contain high amounts of potassium and Vitamin B6 (which also helps lower blood pressure). Meat and other animal products actually contain very little potassium which can contribute to higher blood pressure and cholesterol. Join our info seminar online #nutrition #healthyliving ... See more
Plant-based vs. Vegan What is the difference? Are they not the same thing? To start off our discussion on plant-based eating, let’s first clarify a few things about the distinction between plant-based eating and vegan eating - a blurry boundary which often gets confused! VEGANISM: ‘Vegan’ (adj.) is used to describe a diet that is free of any animal products or byproducts. A person following a vegan diet will eat any food so long as that food does not contain animal parts or derivatives (no meat, milk, eggs, bone, gelatin, butter, milk, etc.) This means a plant-based meal or "plant foods" would be vegan and suitable for vegans or someone following a vegan diet. However, a food that is vegan may not necessarily be suitable for someone who is plant-based or eating a "plant based diet." Oreos, potato chips, Skittles, French fries, vegan cheese, vegan "faux" meat, Coca-cola, and pretzels are all good examples of this distinction. These items are free of animal products, technically making them "vegan" and suitable for vegans to consume, but they are not considered "plant foods" (they are plant fragments) which are generally not suitable for people sticking to a whole foods, plant-based diet. VEGAN also entails specific ethical beliefs and extends further than just the consumption of animal products. For instance, vegans don’t wear or include ANY animal byproducts in their life such as leather, wool, silk, certain cosmetics, and even animal-tested products. It’s a marginal distinction between the two lifestyles, and I’ll leave it up to you to decide which best aligns with your values, but for now we’ll be discussing the details of plant-based eating! Join our info seminar online #nutrition #healthyliving ... See more
Plant-based eating… a trendy hipster fad, or a pathway to genuine health and more sustainable, environmentally-friendly living? If you’re curious to learn the truth about plant-based eating then look no further! I’ll be delving deep into the realm of this eating phenomenon by discussing everything from the health benefits and environmental factors to debunking myths and providing resources and examples of recipes for you to try it for yourself! Discover how plant-based eating could be the lifestyle change you and your family are searching for! Join our info seminar online #nutrition #healthyliving ... See more