Women, Hormones, Strength and Health – Christchurch Exclusive
Women’s health is not just about periods and reproduction. Female hormones affect every aspect of health including insulin, muscles, and metabolism. In this one-day workshop, Kira Sutherland and Lara Briden will combine their expertise in sports nutrition and women’s health to bring you a unique look at the specific requirements and recommendations for women in sport and fitness. They’ll present new research as well as insights from their more than 40 years of combined clinical experience. Craig Zielinski will share his practical programming experience for developing total body strength in women.
Plant Based Health Special Series: Vegan diets and protein
By Dr Mikki Williden While I’m an advocate of a whole-food based diet that includes animal protein, there are people who may do really well on a vegan diet (a diet that excludes meat). For most, though, there are nutritional considerations of excluding animal protein that I want to raise awareness of, and some practical Read More
Plant-Based Health Special Series: Does going vegan stack up for the environment?
By Matthew Stewart – BCom BAppSc [Human Bio] MOst PDC 2017 seemed to be a break out year for vegan diets. Many celebrities adopted vegan diets and news reports extolled plant-exclusive as the best way to avert the multi-faceted consequences of climate change. But is adopting a meat-free diet the best option to address environmental Read More
Special Series: Plant-Based Health?
The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand is a broad church of health professionals, scientists, and interested laypersons, who are firmly of the belief that there is no single way to live a healthy and vibrant life. Indeed, taking nutrition and diet as an example, each member of the Society follows their own path, with some Read More
Winter Health Special, Part 2
In the last post Dr Anastasia Boulais spoke about what you can do every day to help yourself survive and enjoy winter. This time she’ll answer some questions which she most frequently gets in the clinic. Do I have a cold or a flu? While we frequently use these terms interchangeably they are quite Read More
Winter Health Special, Part 1
Many of us feel that staying healthy in winter is almost an insurmountable challenge. We struggle to find motivation, reduce our activity levels, argue with our family and co-workers about the perfect heatpump temperature, and frequently succumb to the dreaded coughs and colds. But is there a way to stop wallowing in our own misery Read More