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You may not know about this trending health issue!

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 9:33:43 AM Australia/Sydney

Women's Health magazine stated that in 2018 the importance of gut health would be on the rise. Pinterest has estimated from their data that there is a 250% increase in people saving pins for the topic of gut health and healthy recipes. With over 100 trillion bacteria in your body, largely located in your intestines it is crucial to eat well. What we eat determines the type of bacteria that enters your gut. This is very important as what you eat will have lasting long-term effects.  

 

 
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Tips and Tricks For a Good Nights’ Sleep

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 9:27:54 AM Australia/Sydney

A Good Nights' SleepSo, you have just purchased the latest Fitbit and have started collecting data on your optimal sleep habits and patterns. What do you do with the data, and how can we use extra tips and tricks to ensure your sleep is optimised? Even if this isn't specifically the case for you, we can all use a few helpful hints to make getting those 6-9 hours a little bit simpler. 

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Why don’t I feel energetic?

Monday, July 2, 2018 12:23:02 PM Australia/Sydney

It’s 2018 and the amount of free time we possess is becoming smaller and smaller. We’re expending incredible amounts of energy and our hectic lifestyles can prevent us from being able to fully rest and recuperate.  When you head to the supermarket it is common to see bars and drinks promising energy boosting properties. However, these products don’t carry lasting energy and are generally not backed by scientific research. Here are some ways you can naturally increase your energy levels every day.

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Going Nutty for Nuts

Monday, July 2, 2018 12:04:11 PM Australia/Sydney

There have been many recent developments in the food industry pointing towards even more benefits from eating nuts then had been previously thought! Most people don’t realise that a nut is technically a type of fruit in a hard shell. Nuts typically used in cooking such as peanuts are considered to be something different despite being used and consumed in the same fashion. In this article, we are going to focus on the reasons why we’re going nutty for nuts and how they can really improve your diet and life! 

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Kuranda Wholefood's Top Three Antioxidant Stars

Friday, June 8, 2018 12:09:54 PM Australia/Sydney

Acai and Superfoods Kuranda WholefoodsThe theme of this week’s blog follows the superpowers given to us by antioxidants. It’s especially difficult to keep up with the required number of antioxidants in the western world, with so many foods being heavily processed. Antioxidants fight off our bodies free radicals keeping our cells and tissue healthy. If antioxidant levels drop below free radical levels our bodies are at risk of broken down tissue, overloaded immune system, damaged or mutated cells and accelerated ageing. With all that being said let’s jump into Kuranda Wholefood’s top three antioxidant stars.

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Raw Cacao and Mocha Supreme Bites!

Thursday, June 7, 2018 11:42:59 AM Australia/Sydney

Raw CacaoWith the introduction of Kuranda Wholefood's brand-new protein bites, we thought it was timely to talk about the benefits of raw cacao (featured in our Mocha Supreme Bites). Raw cacao has so many benefits that most people are unaware of including improved memory, lowered risk of heart disease, providing an immunity boost and helping to shed fat. It is entirely different from the pressed chocolate sold in chocolate bars or pieces. When the products are prepared in this way they lose huge portions of their antioxidants, which whilst creating flavour eliminate much of the health benefits.

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Staying active at work!

Monday, May 28, 2018 12:23:11 PM Australia/Sydney

Fitness and wellbeingWhen we think about our offices or workplaces, fitness is not necessarily the first thing that comes to mind. Many of us spend our days sitting at our desks looking at computer screens, and a lot of us even eat our lunch at our desks. However, encouraging ourselves to be active in the workplace can be extremely beneficial for our own health and wellbeing. The endorphins released during exercise mean that we have more self-confidence, energy, and a more positive attitude to work as well as being far less stressed.  

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How to develop nutritious eating habits

Monday, May 28, 2018 11:21:11 AM Australia/Sydney

Healthy Eating and NutritionIn the age of drive-throughs, constant bombardment by advertising and low attention spans it is more difficult than ever to resist that extra treat. Overhauling your diet entirely can feel akin to preparing to climb Mount Everest; purchasing all the required equipment before deciding that the lodge with the fireplace and comfortable lounge is a better choice. We’ve all been guilty of breaking new rules and habits, however whilst difficult, changing your eating habits is not impossible.  

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Cheering For Chia

Monday, May 7, 2018 5:20:29 PM Australia/Sydney

Earlier in the year, we wrote a piece on the brilliance of amaranth. A major ingredient in our famous berry blend mix, the amaranth seed was originally documented as being used by the Aztecs centuries ago. However, this was not the only gluten-free secret the Aztecs tapped into. The chia seed is another ancient grain utilised by the Aztec people to generate sustainable energy. In fact, the chia seed name is derived from an ancient Mayan word meaning "strength." Chia seeds were referred to as runners’ food due to being used in fuelling long distance runs or during battle. 

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Cranberries: The Underrated Superfood

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 9:32:37 AM Australia/Sydney

Almond and CranberryCranberries are often referred to as a superfood due to their high antioxidant content and nutritional value. However, they tend to not receive the praise they deserve all year round and are not included as a staple in as many peoples’ diets.

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