Changing Habits Blog

Not All Honey is Created Equal

Leisa ‘Bee Girl’ Sams explains why her award-winning honey is the real deal – and why Changing Habits are proud stockists of her wonderful honeys.

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The ‘Root Cause Soup’ of Chronic Disease

With so many opinions on what is causing the growing number of chronic diseases – from processed food to glyphosate and vaccines to mould – how do you make sense of the so-called ‘root cause soup’? Cyndi explains.

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The ‘Root Cause Soup’ of Chronic Disease

With so many opinions on what is causing the growing number of chronic diseases – from processed food to glyphosate and vaccines to mould – how do you make sense of the so-called ‘root cause soup’? Cyndi explains.

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Food is the Best Medicine

As real food can be more powerful than medicine, maybe it’s time the government started taking a different approach when it comes to healthcare spending, says Cyndi O’Meara.

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Gratitude for my ‘Unknown’ Mentor

‘Who knows what I would have done if it were not for Brandon Bays inspiring me to act on my love and passion?’ Cyndi explains how one woman turned her life around.

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The Good and Bad of Certified Organic

Cyndi O’Meara takes an indepth look at organic certification and explains that, just because a food is certified organic, it does not mean that it is healthy for you.

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Cyndi’s Top Food Trends for 2019

Every year, new ways with food – and even foods themselves – come about. Here, Cyndi shares her predictions for the top food trends of 2019. Happy New Year!

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The True and Untold History of the Ketogenic Diet

At the Functional Nutrition Academy we base the nutrition course on two overarching principles; the first is taking an historical and anthropological perspective of nutrition, and the second is the philosophy of vitalism (as opposed to mechanism). I’d like to address...

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Going Gluten-free: Not Easy, But Important

My article on the coeliac vaccine (you can read it here) seems to have pushed a lot of buttons. Mostly people who had children or loved ones with the autoimmune disease, or were suffering themselves, were angry at my opinion. It’s not easy to have coeliac disease...

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Can a Vaccine Fix Coeliac Disease?

I read recently that human clinical trials are beginning for a new vaccine for coeliac disease. Coeliac disease is one of 80 plus autoimmune diseases. Coeliac disease (CD) may affect up to 1 in 70 people. This disease is believed to be unique in that the inflammation...

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Can a Vaccine Fix Coeliac Disease?

I read recently that human clinical trials are beginning for a new vaccine for coeliac disease. Coeliac disease is one of 80 plus autoimmune diseases. Coeliac disease (CD) may affect up to 1 in 70 people. This disease is believed to be unique in that the inflammation...

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Does Organic Mean Nutrient Rich?

Recently I was at the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine conference in Brisbane. The lectures were informative, albeit sometimes too scientific without much practical application. I decided to head to the forum of dietitians where nutritionist Rosemary Stanton...

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How to Boost Your Brain Health Naturally

Imbalances in your gut can impact your overall health, including your brain health in terms of cognition, memory, clarity, emotions and more. We take a look at some natural foods that can benefit your gut and your brain.

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