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Hot off the press the world talking about COIVD-19, the pneumonia-causing virus that was first reported as an outbreak in WuHan China at the end of 2019. Viruses are thought of as ‘molecular pirates or wizards’, as they are cunning and sneaky in the way they replicate...read more
With school and day care closures upon us, we are at the epitome of juggling acts right now. Your to-do list may feel like it is never ending and free-time may begin to feel like a very distant memory! Luckily for us, another mother we know (Mother Nature) is one very...read more
Our bodies are amazing functioning machines. Did you know that when the body is faced with a challenge, it responds to this by turning on adaptive pathways until the challenge or threat has passed? These major stressors can trigger our ‘flight or fight’ response; some...read more
At Studio You, we will support you in these challenging times of COVID-19, but we also will not add to any hysteria and confusion about this virus. As a research based clinic we are closely following the data coming out of China. What we have seen is some very...read more
Many people are worrying about the spread of the Coronavirus here in Australia. There has been a lot of contradictory information (and hype!) in the media. It's important to speak to your health care professional if you have any concerns and refer to guidelines...read more
This delicious recipe is a regular staple in our household as it freezes well and makes a perfect quick lunch or light dinner. Food as Medicine Here's why the ingredients are perfect for immune boosting goodness: Chicken - perfect protein to support your production of...read more
Turmeric, saffron & ginger chicken tagine with preserved lemons, Sicilian olives and zesty greens This is a classic Moroccan tagine dish that I have tweaked and added to in order to enhance its medicinal and nutritional properties. I love cooking food that...read more
(Originally published on the Nourished Natural Health blog) Every month, so many women suffer horrific period-related symptoms. If your mum/aunt/sister also grew up with painful periods, you were likely told this was “normal”. The truth is, while period pain is...read more
Key Message Low fibre diets can lead to a decrease in gut bacteria which is vital to maintaining good health. Action Points Be mindful and make simple changes to your everyday life. Include high fibre foods to your diet such as oats, lentils, beans and spinach....read more
GLUTEN Putting the current “gluten free’ fad aside, I would definitely avoid Gluten, especially if you have an autoimmune condition. Research shows gluten promotes the release of a compound called Zonulin, which regulates how permeable your gut lining is. Zonulin is...read more