Happy new year! It has been so wonderful having a couple of weeks off – exploring Sydney’s Central Coast, spending some amazing times with my family, catching-up on reading and planning 2018 which is always a big focus for me at this time of year. Whereas 2017 was the year of massive change, 2018 for me, is the year of focus, consistency and discipline. These words have kept coming up for me, so I decided to make ‘focus’ my ‘word of 2018’.
Considering that half the children across the world between the ages of 6 months and 5 years have a nutritional deficiency of some sort, it can be difficult to determine where the break in the nutrition chain occurs. When
Inside the House of Coke 12 years ago, I went to a seminar on Raw Food led by Peter Pure. It was a fascinating event in many ways, but one line Peter said to me had a profound impact: 'Put the Coke in your
Australian teenagers have the highest calcium needs but are most likely to be deficient SumoSalad's resident nutritionist Ashleigh James gives her tips on healthy eating and wellbeing Calcium is an important part of the daily diet and is essential for the growth of strong bones and
SumoSalad's resident nutritionist Ashleigh James gives her tips on healthy eating and wellbeing You might not be surprised to hear unhealthy dietary habits are a major contributor to many common chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes. You might however, be surprised to learn
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food” This was me 2 years ago. The weight piled on so inadvertently that I didn’t even realise it was happening, until I saw this photo of me selling my dog paintings at the local village
The Dirty Dozen There are so many hidden pesticides in our foods, even the ones we think of as healthy. This is a helpful guide I keep on my fridge that helps me decide which products to buy organic and which are ok to choose the