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Green Juice Recipe: 6 Tips For More Energy

Back in 2008, I was invited to a nutritional seminar by a guy called Peter Pure. It must have been around January 2008 and I had travelled to Marble Arch in London's West-End on a very cold, morning questioning whether this was good use of my time. It turned out to be a very good use of my time, because in that seminar, I learnt and became super inspired about juicing. When you talk about juicing, most people think about juicing fruits which is packed full of sugar as you lose the fibre that helps to slow down the release of sugar into the blood. Check out my book Sugar: Sickly or Sweet if you want to know more. When I think of juicing, though, I think of juicing vegetables, particularly greens. Green leaves are nature’s medicine, helping your body be stronger, cleaner and more flexible, have

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Yoga for Mental Health

'You're just in time for the Essentials Yoga Class', said Sally, the friendly receptionist at the Body Mind Life Institute in Sydney's Surry Hills. 'But hurry, the class is about to begin.' With those words, I had to make a decision. I was tired after a long, long day. My head was full of information and it would be so easy to just go home. But on the other side, I had been talking about introducing a practice of yoga for years. I'd tried it before, but each occasion hadn't been a particularly positive experience, leaving me with the strong sense that i wasn't built for yoga. However, it was an opportunity, so I made a decision to do it and rushed into the changing room, rapidly put on my workout shorts, asked someone for a yoga mat, and then armed with the curly, purple mat, I entered the darkened

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How to Healthify Easter

Guest post: By Heather Mitchell Finally the time has come! The supermarkets have been preparing for Easter for months, with chocolate eggs and chocolate bunnies tempting us as we shop.   If you're trying to reduce your sugar in-take like 43% of Australians, but are too overcome with temptation with all of that chocolate around, here are some tips to keep you focused throughout the Easter period. Make your own Home prepared food is always going to be best, as you know exactly what goes into it – and it excludes the chemicals and preservatives that food companies need to add to lengthen shelf life or to improve the texture. If you have some spare time, it's pretty easy to create your own 'healthified' chocolate goodies. What you'll need A couple of bars of raw chocolate . Boil up a saucepan of water, put a Pyrex bowl on top and gently

Three Ways to Energise Your Workplace

If you’re looking to energise your culture to drive innovation, customer experience, productivity and growth, here are the three steps to follow to unleash the energy in your organisation. Step 1: Discovery The very first step in the process was discovery and during this development stage, we: Found out what

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Unleash Your Workplace Energy

67% of people are not engaged in their workplaces. You can change that. Here are 20 things you can do to energise your workplace.

The Raw Energy Show Episode 6 – “WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU’RE FEELING STUCK”

Hello, how are you today? I hope all is well in your world. I'm Lawrence Mitchell, I'm CEO of Raw Energy and CCO of SumoSalad and today is for anybody who's ever felt stuck or felt like they're working on something and they're just not going anywhere It feels like the harder you work, the less you achieve. If that sounds familiar, then here are a few tips that can help you preserve your energy and not waste energy by just keep doing the same thing. I've seen this so many times. So many times, people have just tried to solve problems themselves and really, a simple and quick conversation with someone who knows what they're doing can save you days, weeks even, of worry and anxiety. And all of the energy that that takes up. So, if you're not clear what you're doing and just in

Speaking Spotlight

If someone told me a decade ago that I would be pitching myself as a speaker, I'd have laughed! Speaking to large groups of people wasn't for me. But then I realised that no one would ever hear my message unless I overcame that fear and pushed myself out of my comfort zone. In 2008, I was promoted to Marketing Director for RBI. With the role came 100 staff and the requirement to speak to all of them as a team every month! It terrified me at first, but the practice of speaking to 100 people every month gradually built my confidence. I was them asked to speak at industry events and then came an opportunity to speak at the Reed Elsevier Leadership Conference in Istanbul. That was a big deal. It was only a 25 minute presentation, but I got to work with a speech coach who not only