Category Archives : Diet and Nutrition

Chiropractic and running injuries.

Running happens to be one of the best and easiest exercises that one can easily include in his or her fitness regime, and should. Running not only brings amazing cardiovascular benefits, but it also helps in staying physically, emotionally and mentally fit. Running keeps us calm, refreshed and at the top of our fitness game.

Vitamin D

Let the sun shine! Just remember moderation. Guidelines for vitamin D intake suggest that a little dab of sun will do you good. Vitamin D is essential for strong bones, muscles and overall health. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is the best natural source of vitamin D, but it is also the main cause of […]

Why drink water?

Drinking water is the best way to quench your thirst. Even better it doesn’t come with all the sugar found in most fruit drinks soft drinks sports drinks and flavoured mineral waters. In New South Wales 55% of boys and almost 40% of girls by Year 6, will drink more than one cup of soft […]

Vitamin C

Vitamin C has numerous valuable roles supporting body health. Not exclusive but includes tissue and cellular repair and manufacturing, as well as enhancing the immune system.   Busy lifestyles, limited access to whole foods rich in vitamin C and current food preparation and processing practices can all contribute to poor dietary Vitamin C. For some […]

Honey- the sweet health.

Honey is popularly food sweetener. Did you know that it also contains nutritional and medical qualities? In fact honey was used for medicinal purposed during anciet greek times by  Hippocrates, the father of medicine. According to a Swiss study that discussed the nutritional value of honey, honey is rich in carbohydrates but has a low […]

Understanding Food Allergies

Allergies occur when an overactive immune system produces proteins called IgE antibodies against substances in the environment that are otherwise harmless — pollens, house dust mites, moulds, animal hair (dander), and in some cases, specific food proteins.