A couple of months after my first son was born, I was really craving some ‘me’ time. I’d worked my way through the first few excruciating weeks of breastfeeding, and I had mostly recovered from birth (physically, at least!); the fog was starting to clear. Finally, the moment arrived: he’d been fed and was asleep, […]

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It is essential to seek the support of a qualified health care practitioner at the onset of UTI symptoms to provide appropriate treatment, and in the case of recurrent UTI’s to discuss a treatment plan to support prevention. With that, here are 10 nutrition tips that can help support and prevent a UTI. Hydration – […]

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Are you noticing a “meno-belly” or spare tyre around your waist that you can’t seem to shift? This is one of the many symptoms of going through perimenopause. Many women are unaware that the phase of perimenopause can begin a long time (between 2-10 years) before actual menopause. Our bodies are physically changing, the declines […]

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Perimenopause is often associated with changes in cycle length, changes to menstrual bleeds (often heavier) onset or worsening of sleep problems, increased anxiety, worsened PMS and hot flushes to name a few. But some women may notice another symptom: brain fog. Have you ever walked into a room or stood at the fridge and completely […]

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Many breastfeeding mothers are concerned about milk supply or feel overwhelmed navigating their breastfeeding journey on their own. This week we celebrate World Breastfeeding Week, a global celebration to protect, promote and support breastfeeding. The first World Breastfeeding Week was held in 1992 and each year has a specific focus area or theme. For 2021 […]

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