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Inspire News December 2017

Here we are at the end of another year, and as we prepare for perhaps the busiest time of the year, it’s good to look back over the past twelve months. Our Healthy Women of 2017 awards have been decided, and they were by no means easy choices. The diversity of the entrants was really […]

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Learn About Your Two Brains and Get Faster Results with Less Stress

Life and Diet Success – Get to Know Your Two Brains – The Logical and The EmotionalDid you know that you have two parts to your brain, one that works on an emotional level and one that uses reasoning and logic?If you have a goal that you’d like to achieve, either a life goal or […]

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Inspire News June 2017

The cold is really here now, with mornings below freezing and nights perfect for snuggling up with a book, blanket and hot mug of soup. If you haven’t already done so, check out our Simply Soups and Stews recipe book. It’s perfect timing for winter, and the recipes have been tried and tested over the […]

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Member Awards

Entries for the 2016 Member Awards are now open. It’s not often we can give public recognition to our amazing members and their truly inspiring achievements. Some are shy, some don’t want the publicity, and others honestly don’t believe that they are anything special. Trust us, all our members are special in their own ways […]

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Will the New Australian Dietary Guidelines Stop You Losing Weight?

We accept that it would be politically incorrect for the new 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines to tag themselves with any descriptive names like: low fat, low GI, low carb, high protein etc. Of course, the guidelines promote ‘energy balance’ and the simplistic message that weight control is all about kilojoules (calories) in versus kilojoules (calories) […]

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Australian Dietary Guidelines 2013 – What do they mean for your weight and wellness?

After years of deliberations, the 2003 guidelines have been updated, telling all Australians what the government thinks we should be eating. The task has been massive, especially sifting through the vast amount of input from various health bodies, consumer groups, food growers, manufacturers and retailers, as well as restaurants and fast food outlets. We’ve looked […]

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