I want to share a story from a current client, as it is a similar story that I have heard hundreds of times from women....and I want people to know, something CAN be done.
‘Your body’s hidden messages’ - When healthy foods cause acne, weight gain and fatigue, a Case Study.
The human body is a complex and magnificent organism. The reality is we don’t fully understand every aspect of its functioning, or even more so, we don’t have the answers to what causes many health conditions, symptoms and imbalances within the body. ....
As women, we are our own harshest critics. Day in, day out, I witness women ripping themselves apart mentally and emotionally, while on this never ending cycle of striving for perfection with their fitness and nutrition and then beating themselves up for “failing” when they fall off track….Here’s the truth: ‘Perfection’ is impossible, perfection does not exist, no one is perfect 100% of the time (even all of your Instagram or Facebook celebrity inspirations), and who the hell decided what ‘perfect’ was in the first place!
What does chasing perfection do?
A New Year is always coupled with fresh enthusiasm for moving towards health and fitness goals, and many people that I talk to around the Pilbara are expressing their excitement for an action packed 2016. Wether it be training for an event, such as the Red Dog Relay or the Chevron City to Surf, or simply kick starting a weight loss journey people are definitely focused!! ......
Acid and Alkaline, these are words that we remember from high school science class but most of us are not aware of the relationship these words have with the health of our body....
Wether it’s for business or pleasure, domestic or abroad, travelling is something most of us do on a regular basis. While we all have good memories of our trips away, I’m sure we can all recall the times illness took a shine off of the occasions…
It’s ‘Meat Free’ week from the 24th – 30th of March, so this is the best time to discuss the always controversial topic of Meat Consumption. I want to start off by saying, yes it is factual that meat is rich in a highly absorbable form of some key nutrients such as Iron and B12, and also that I am not 100% vegetarian......
Addicted to cheese, and other forms of Dairy? ....Maybe it's not your fault.....
Author: April Butt
April is an Accredited Nutritionist and Natural Health practitioner. She believes in a Holistic approach when supporting peoples health, using Food and nutrients as the centrepont in her treatment plans. She has a passion and flare for cooking and creating recipes, which means following her treatment protocols is both enjoyable and practical.