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  • Hair loss following weight loss surgery

    Hair loss following weight loss surgery is common and usually due to the physiological stress resulting from shifting nutrients towards vital organs and away from the more cosmetic organs such as hair growth. It results from:

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  • Are the new Smiths Crisps healthy?

    At last The Smiths Snackfood Company has replaced unhealthy fat with healthy fat. The crisps are now similar in IQ to the Kettle and Red Rock Deli. A healthy chip is:

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  • Are you a choc-top fan?

    I grew up with choc-tops at the local cinema.
    There were no jugs of lollies nor buckets of popcorn. We ate Maltesers, Fantales and Jaffas, those orange coated chocolate lollies you could roll down the wooden isle at critical movie moments.

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  • Are you too busy to fit yourself in?

    Check out this article: http://toomuchonherplate.com/are-you-ignoring-your-own-advice-three-ways-high-achieving-women-let-themselves-down-and-get-in-their-own-way/

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  • Your Secret Garden

    - a mindfulness experiment . This is a lovely article with a very long link from Neuro-psychologist Rick Kausman. Rick has a great bi-monthly newsletter worth subscribing to.

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  • Are you hungry or craving?

    People often tell me “ I am (or I was) hungry all the time”. But are you really hungry or craving?
    Most cravings are a side-effect of the modern food industry combined with our increasingly stressful lifestyles.

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  • Be grounded, focused and hungry to achieve your goals

    Australian Olympic Hurdler Sally Pearson described herself in these terms today on radio, on the workup to her races.

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  • How a lifetime of Healthy Eating Nearly Killed me.

    This is part of the heading of a new anti-vegan book by a UKwriter who has switched to a low carb, high protein diet and feels better. He is scathing about nutrition messages in general and the people behind them, but all is explained by ex-CSIRO Researcher Peter Clifton. It seems John Nicholson took the well intentioned messages too far and didn’t match them to his constitution.

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  • Is there a slice of rainforest in your cracker?

    According to the Australian Palmoilaction organisation at least 50 Orangutans die each week as a direct result of the palm oil industry . If the pace of rainforest deforestation keeps up, making way for palm oil plantations, there won’t be any ‘rangas left in 10-20 yrs.

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  • Can meditation help you lose weight?

    According to my meditation teachers probably not. They had a few obese meditators who didnt lose weight. However recent brain research on addiction suggests regular meditation can re-train your brain to reduce junk food cravings.

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