Are Gluten-Free Diets Safe? And Other FAQs About a Gluten-Free Diet

Are Gluten-Free Diets Safe? And Other FAQs About a Gluten-Free Diet

Why is going gluten-free becoming so popular? Is it just the latest fad? Or is it simply because so many of us feel better when we avoid gluten that we’re telling everyone about it? As well as feeling better in themselves, I think people are starting to realise...
How to Enhance the Benefits of White Rice

How to Enhance the Benefits of White Rice

For years we have been told to consume brown rice because it ‘contains more nutrients’. However, many different cultures have been consuming white rice for thousands of years: India, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Brazil, Philippines, Vietnam, China and many...
What Really Causes Celiac Disease?

What Really Causes Celiac Disease?

Celiac disease affects approximately 1 in 70 Australians and 1 in 133 Americans, and around 83% of people who have celiac disease are either undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. This means the vast majority of people who have celiac disease don’t yet know that they have it....
What’s With Wheat TEDx Talk Now Live

What’s With Wheat TEDx Talk Now Live

Some people just accept their genetics as something that they can’t change, but what if you had the tools and knowledge to improve your own situation and reverse your ‘genetic lottery’. These were questions that Cyndi O’Meara, creator of the...
Lupus – Is It Really An Autoimmune Disease

Lupus – Is It Really An Autoimmune Disease

It’s believed that over 5 million people worldwide suffer from some form of Lupus, and more than 90% of them are women. Many health professionals believe that lupus is an autoimmune disease and the immune response causes systemic inflammation that leads to the body...
A Complete Gluten Free Picnic or BBQ Guide

A Complete Gluten Free Picnic or BBQ Guide

Many BBQ’s and picnics can be full of some not so favourable food options. The most common options include; chips/crisps and dip, sausages in white bread with tomato sauce, greasy burgers, beer (or some form of alcohol), and perhaps even a piece of Pavlova covered in...