July Recipe of The Month: Spiced Moroccan Pies
There is nothing like a warming pie straight from the oven on a cold winters night, but in general pies are not exactly a health food- with a high content of saturated and trans fats, salt and calories. However there is no reason why a tasty pie can’t be part […]
June Recipe of the Month: Jamie Oliver’s Veggie Korma with Mock Cauliflower Pilau
It’s finally looking a little like winter and time to get back into some nutritious winter-time comfort foods that will warm you up in this (slightly!), cooler weather. Stews, curries and soups are all back on the menu, and whilst winter is often associated with heavier, less diet friendly dishes, […]
How to stay healthy and avoid weight gain this Easter
With supermarkets stocking chocolate eggs and hot cross buns since just after Christmas, we are given plenty of time to over indulge on sweet treats in celebration of Easter. A holiday that, in Australia at least, is firmly associated with eating vast quantities of chocolate, as well as […]
Why Gluten Free Doesn’t Mean A Healthier Choice
This week is Coeliac Awareness Week, a time to recognize the symptoms and consequences of coeliac disease and encourage those who may be experiencing symptoms to see their doctor and get tested. Whilst a life-long gluten free diet is essential for those with diagnosed coeliac disease and for those who […]
What Can An Accredited Practicing Dietitian Do For You?
Soulitude Health is now able to offer the services of an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD), at all three of our practice locations. So what is an APD and what can they do for you? An APD is a university qualified professional certified to deliver advice on diet and nutrition in […]
Class Timetable 2014.
2014 Class Time Table has just been updated. Change of location for Pilates on Mondays and Fridays. Now Being Held In the Presbyterian Hall in Macksville. As well as new day and times for the Back Care Pilates and Pre and Post Natal Pilates. SH_CLASS TIMETABLE 2014
Is Acupuncture/Dry Needling scientifically justified?
There are many different explanations for how acupuncture/dry needling works ranging from the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) approach (which focuses on unblocking channels of energy and balancing out Yin and Yang) through to the Western Medical model (based on a scientific and research backed approach). Today we will look at […]
I am currently training for my second half marathon. I will be running in The Winery Running Festival in the Hunter Valley in July. So I thought I would share a few tips and hints for people starting out or are trying to reach a running goal. I am not a […]