Cyndi graduated with a BSc majoring in Nutrition from Deakin University in 1984, her special interest was ancestral foods. At the end of her degree she was so disillusioned by the nutritional guidelines that she paved her own path and stayed clear of the low fat diets of the day, and not without controversy. Her ground breaking book Changing Habits Changing Lives (1998) (now entitled Lab to Table) became an instant best seller and from there she has grown a successful organic food company, certified online education program, along with releasing the acclaimed What’s With Wheat documentary.
Cyndi is a curious and concerned individual who aims to increase the health and lifestyle of all Australians. She is passionate about educating consumers about all things health whilst tackling difficult and confronting topics. She proposes serious questions in order to make a person stop and think about what they are willing to consume and put into their body.
In this episode, I get deep into my own journey and share with you my intentions for this podcast and all the exciting guests we have lined up. Get ready to get inspired and spark that curiosity.
In this episode I am joined by Alexx Stuart, founder of Low Tox Life. We discuss how tonsillitis plagued her until she had a wonderful consult with a naturopath who really changed the course of how she investigated her health, the questions that she asked and taught her the importance of forming a great partnership with a practitioner.
This episode features one of our own team health coaches, Alicia Berry. Alicia became curious when, suffering with some serious health concerns, she wondered if her breast implants were the root cause of her problems.
In this episode, I have a fantastic chat with Brad Leech, who is a clinical nutritionist, Ayurvedic specialist and currently studying his PhD in intestinal permeability.
In this episode, Steph talks about her journey from a teen with food and health issues to becoming the Natural Nutritionist with a passion for spreading a positive message about real food and the incredible affect it has on health.
In this episode, hear how as a teenager, Jason’s curiosity was sparked by swimming in Sydney’s polluted waters, leading him down a path of studying water quality and on to becoming a consultant on childhood lead poisoning.
In this episode, I am joined by my dear friend, Kim Morrison, founder of Twenty8, an incredible organic skincare and aromatherapy company. Her life journey, and all she has accomplished to date, has stemmed from her unwavering self-belief, a healthy dose of curiosity, and her deep understanding that you must take care of yourself first and foremost.
In today's episode, I am talking with our beautiful head Naturopath, Ellen. But today it’s not Ellen’s clinical experience we are exploring but her incredible volunteer work in India for some NGO’s whose focus is on women's health education.
In this episode, my dear friend, Cathy and I talk about the tiny cabin her and partner Carlos share in the Noosa hinterland and how they have opened it up as a simple retreat for guests to immerse themselves in nature and a simpler life.
In this episode, Rowena Field, a physiotherapist and a PhD candidate, specialising in chronic pain and nutrition, shares her own experience with chronic back pain which led her to turn her understanding of chronic pain management on its head and in the process solve her own chronic pain problem.
Welcome to episode 12 where I speak to Rohan Smith, an extremely experienced and knowledgeable Naturopath who runs a clinical practice specialising in supporting patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. He discusses how he supports his clients with chronic fatigue and provides some great apps and tips to support yourself in moving forward into full wellness.
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