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Australian Natural Health MagazineAustralian Natural Health Magazine

Australian Natural Health Magazine

Vol 18 No 1 - Feb-Mar 2018

Australian Natural Health Magazine for Zinio is the go-to magazine for the latest developments in natural living and preventative health, inspiration for a spiritual, mindful way of life and invaluable advice from top industry experts. Australian Natural Health can help you achieve a holistically healthy lifestyle. From fitness and weight loss to meditation, recipes, green living and beauty, look no further than the new Australian Natural Health on Zinio.

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the skin fix

With three key ingredients – gotu kola, tamanu and papaya – P’URE Papaya Renew is a unique, 100 per cent natural cream that your skin will love.Gotu Kola – also known as pennywort – has been used for thousands of years to help speed up the healing process. Research has indicated that gotu kola reduces inflammation and promotes type 1 collagen formation, which may help improve the appearance of new and old scars and stretch marks.Tamanu oil is a natural oil extracted from the nut kernel of the tamanu tree. Tamanu oil is helpful in promoting the formation of new tissue and supporting the healing process.Fermented Australian papaya is a nutrient-rich fruit containing high levels of vitamin C and unique enzymes that exfoliate dry and damaged skin. The papaya fruit…

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editor’s letter

I don’t know about you, but each and every New Year’s Day, my social media feed is swamped with resolutions. From ‘New year, new me’ quotes to promises that the coming year will be the ‘best one yet’, I’ve seen and heard it all. Now, while I think a healthy dose of enthusiasm is imperative for implementing change – and leading a joyous life – there’s danger in a drastic lifestyle overhaul. Often, we place too much pressure on ourselves to do better or to be better. Soon enough, we fall back into old, comfortable and often unhealthy patterns only to set new resolutions again the next year.What if, instead of wishing we were different, we accept ourselves as we are in this very moment? By acknowledging our weaknesses and…

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our experts

Jessica SepelJessica Sepel is a clinical nutritionist, international health blogger, travel expert and bestselling author of The Healthy Life. She is also the beloved voice behind ‘JSHealth’, passionately advocating how to achieve a balanced lifestyle through wholefoods. Her philosophy is focused around building a healthy relationship with food, placing emphasis on balance, rest and indulgence in moderation.jessicasepel.comNat KringoudisNat Kringoudis is a doctor in Chinese medicine, acupuncturist, author, speaker and all-round natural fertility expert. She’s also the founder of Melbourne women’s health clinic The Pagoda Tree, and producer of HealthTalks TV. Her mission is to educate and empower women to take control of their hormone health.natkringoudis.com.auEmma PalmerEmma Palmer is the founding principal and director of education at the Moksha Academy of Yoga, located in Bentleigh, Victoria. She’s registered as an E-RYT-500,…

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WHAT’S ONOVARIAN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH1–28 FebruaryWith no early detection test, a key focus for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month is to educate Australians on the signs, symptoms and risk factors of ovarian cancer. Australians are encouraged to host an afternoon tea to raise vital funds to support those who are living with ovarian cancer. You can also help by purchasing and wearing a Teal Ribbon on 28 February. ovariancancer.net.auTHE MODERN WORLD OF YOGA16–18 March, Crown Conference Centre, MelbourneJoin like-minded yogis to exchange ideas about the practice and philosophy of yoga. This annual Yoga Australia conference is designed to provide a deeper understanding and continuing professional development for students, teachers and therapists alike. yogaaustraliaconference.org.auWATERAID CHALLENGE1–31 MarchDuring the month of March, WaterAid is inviting Australians to take a break from alcohol, coffee, tea…

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GET APPYCSIRO research has revealed that two-thirds of Australian adults are not eating enough vegies. If you fall into this category, fear not, because the CSIRO is determined to inspire Australians to form long-term, healthier habits through their new VegEze app. This app will track your intake, with reminders and rewards to help you stay motivated.WALK IT OFFRecent findings from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare show that nine in 10 Australians could reduce their risk of heart disease simply by walking as little as 15 minutes more each day. Not sure where to fit that in? Consider taking the stairs instead of the lift or parking the car a little farther away.TRENDING: The Hadza dietThe latest addition to the ever-growing interest in gut health hails from the huntergatherer…

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KEEP IT KETOIt seems that your daily cup of joe might have longterm health benefits, with researchers from the University College London finding that drinking coffee is associated with a 40 per cent reduction in liver cancer risk.KETO COFFEE1–2 shots of espresso coffee15ml or 1 tbsp organic ghee or butter15ml or 1 tbsp Melrose MCT Oil80ml boiling waterPlace coffee, ghee, MCT oil and water into a small blender. Blend on high speed for about 10 seconds until coffee is creamy and smooth. Remove from blender and serve immediately. If using cold drip coffee, use 50ml. If using filtered coffee use 100ml. If you are new to using MCT oil, start with 1 tsp in your keto coffee and gradually build up to 1 tbsp.TRYTo supercharge the health benefits of your…