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Glyphosate is the most commonly used herbicide in the world. With that in mind, the next sentence will sober your right up. In 2015 glyphosate’s toxic classification was upgraded by the World Health Organisation from “possibly” to “probably carcinogenic to...read more
Need some energy boosting foods? Like all living things, our bodies need fuel in order to complete even the smallest of daily tasks and good fuel is needed to run efficiently. The problem is, many of us fuel ourselves on caffeine rather than nutrients to power through...read more
At Studio You we see a lot of clients who are looking to fall pregnant and women are usually the ones that put up their hand to start the ball rolling with preconception health care. But did you know you can also optimise male fertility? Preconception care offers an...read more
Autoimmunity is simply described as a malfunctioning of the immune system, where a persons immune cells target and attack the body itself, leading to chronic inflammation. Autoimmunity is an umbrella term grouping together an array of diseases known as autoimmune...read more
Adaptogens - Your New Best Friends Taking care for your adrenals glands is the key to optimal health so today I’m sharing my favourite herbs to support adrenal health. These are adaptogenic herbs, which mean they increase the ability of your body to withstand...read more
Winter weight is something that creeps up on you and makes it's presence known one day when you walk by a shopfront window. Winter has finally hit and the chilly mornings make it almost impossible to bounce out of bed. It’s time to crave carb-based comfort food and be...read more
Nausea is a common complaint in pregnancy. More commonly known as 'morning sickness', nausea, vomiting, lethargy and tiredness can clear up by the end of the first trimester, or for some women, may persist throughout the entire pregnancy. More rarely, severe vomiting...read more
Winter is well and truly here. It’s dark when many of us leave the house in the morning on our way to work, uni, or starting the morning school drop. Likewise, by the time many of us are wrapping up at the office (or the kitchen table!), or picking up the kids from...read more
Hacks for hitting the hay and slipping into a sound sleep It seems that chronic pain and sleep problems go hand-in-hand. When you have a night of little or poor sleep, you’re likely to feel more sensitive to pain the following day. Lack of sleep reduces your pain...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