Category Archives: Smart Eating Program

16 Mar 2023

Nutrition for endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue which lines the uterus grows outside the uterus. This can lead to various symptoms including pain, irregular periods, subfertility, fatigue, mood changes. Below are a few tips on what to eat if you have endometriosis.

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24 Oct 2022

Personalised Nutrition and Advances in DNA Research

Nutrigenomics is the study of how our genes (or DNA) affect the relationship between the food we eat and our bodies. It’s a booming industry and it’s forecast to get even bigger. The mapping of the human genome back in the 1990s brought about an era of science never seen before and by the early…

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True North Wellness
27 Feb 2020

Food Intolerance Part 1 – What is it and how is it diagnosed?

What is food intolerance Food intolerance refers to unpleasant reactions or symptoms after eating certain foods or food components. Symptoms of food intolerance vary between individuals but may include: • Reflux • Nausea and/or vomiting • Stomach pain, bloating, wind • Altered bowel habits (constipation, diarrhoea) • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) • Headaches/migraines • Fatigue/lethargy,…

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True North Wellness
21 Nov 2019

How to pack a Healthy Lunch Box

We spend around 8 hours a day at work, and often eat more than half of our meals and snacks in the workplace. So what you eat at work can really impact your overall nutrition and health! See the tips below for navigating a healthier lunch. Vegetables 90% of Australians don’t get their 5 serves…

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Daily Habits
03 May 2018

The Habit of Habits

Are you aware of your daily habits? Our daily habits make up how our day and week will flow. One of the important aspects to improving our health is identifying which habits are helping our health and which habits are hindering our health. We often overlook the power of these daily habits and if we…

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