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  • Crystals
Photographer: Rachelle Charman

    CONNECTING TO CRYSTALS

    BY RACHELLE CHARMAN AUGUST 19TH 2013

    Crystal are sacred gifts and medicine from the Earth. They have been utilised for thousands of years as healing medicine and spiritual awakening tools by indigenous and tribal people around the globe. The aboriginal people of Australia would connect to crystals to assist them in accessing the dreamtime. The Egyptians would grid down the crystals

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  • menosmall

    MENOPAUSE BOOK REVIEW

    BY JENNY NITZ JUNE 1ST 2013

    Book Review Menopause: change, choice and HRT By Dr Barry G. Wren and Margaret Stephenson Meere Rockpool Publishing; Summer Hill, 2013 Over the last 11 years menopause has experienced its own ‘dark ages’ much to the detriment of women who happened to be transitioning menopause or who were post-menopausal.

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  • Sunday Post

    SUNSHINE COAST SUNDAY

    BY DONNA FRIEND MAY 12TH 2013

    NOT just another self-help, quick fix, lose weight fast cookbook, The Metabolic Clock Cookbook explores the idea that when you eat is as important as what you eat for health and wellbeing. Apparently the old adage: “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper” is true. Julie suggests that eating a large breakfast to

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  • Surf Coast Times

    GET YOUR TIMING RIGHT FOR VITALITY

    BY ALI DEANE - HEALTHY LIVING MAY 7TH 2013

    Extracted from Healthy Living May 07 2013 BY ALI DEANE JULIE Rennie’s dedication to healthy eating helped her to achieve multiple elite sporting goals, and now she is helping others reach happiness, health and vitality through her focus on balance, timing and metabolism. Bestseller The Metabolic Clock, was

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  • CR

    METABOLIC CLOCK - WOMENS HEALTH AND FITNESS

    BY HANNAH BLAMEY JANUARY 5TH 2013

    In her new book, The Metabolic Clock Cookbook, Julie Rennie recommends treating your metabolism “like a miniature sun”. She says that your body wakes up gearing up for the day ahead and hits its stride at noon. Then it settles down in the evening to rest up before another big day. A 2009 study by University

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  • Work Life

    CRISIS CREATED AS JOBS TAKES OVER LIFES

    BY BOEL ERIKSSON OCTOBER 6TH 2012

    PEOPLE are ‘‘becoming their jobs’’ in a crisis affecting many Australians, an Avalon author says. If they lose their job or retire they feel lost and become prone to psychological issues such as depression, according to Stacey Demarco. And many people worked at jobs from which they got no enjoyment. Known as The Modern Witch,  

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  • RCC Article

    DO THE TERRIBLE TWO'S REALLY EXIST?

    BY JESPER JUUL JULY 1ST 2012

    Do “the terrible twos” really exist? Around the age of two children begin to express a new kind of longing - a desire for greater autonomy and they search for an independence from parents. In the US this period is often referred to as "The Troublemaker Twos" in Australia we know it as “The Terrible

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  • HRT
Photographer: Justin McManus

    DOCTORS RETHINK HORMONE THERAPY

    BY JULIA MEDEW MAY 23RD 2012

    AUSTRALIAN doctors are being told to reconsider hormone replacement therapy for menopause after a major review found the controversial treatment was safe for most women in their 50s. Over the past decade, hundreds of thousands of women have abandoned or avoided HRT to treat symptoms of menopause because a 2002 US study said

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  • rock n roll the west

    ROCK OF AGES

    BY AMANDA KEENAN APRIL 12TH 2012

    Tony Mott has photographed some of the biggest names in music. He tells Amanda Keenan it may only be rock ’n’ roll but he loves it. Some people horde teapots; others accumulate rare coins or first-edition books. Tony Mott has a rather more ambitious pursuit. “I collect musicians,” the veteran photographer admits. You can almost imagine

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  • doulas

    EVERY PREGNANT GIRL'S BEST FRIEND

    BY SHAPE MARCH 1ST 2012

    If you want to create a nonviolent world, we must begin with how we connect to our babies in utero, how we birth our babies and how we treat each other form the beginning of life because this is where our deepest patterns of behaviours are set. Attitudes need to change. Women are becoming more and more fearful about birth.

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