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  1. New study: High-Fat Dairy, Obesity, Metabolic Health and CVD

    No surprises here but good to read :)

    High-Fat Dairy, Obesity, Metabolic Health and Cardiovascular Disease
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    Evidence That Human Ancestors Used Fire One...

    Evidence That Human Ancestors Used Fire One Million Years Ago
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    I buy Barossa Fine Foods nitrate-free...

    I buy Barossa Fine Foods nitrate-free bacon...it's pretty tasty. If I can get it here in Alice Springs I imagine it would be available in most cities and major towns. You can check the store locator...
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    Haha yep there are your typical Aussie blokes,...

    Haha yep there are your typical Aussie blokes, and what fine specimens they are too!

    I read that article about vitamin D today too. I actually got my bloodwork back today and sure enough my...
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    Once upon a time (and not so long ago)...

    Once upon a time (and not so long ago) Australians prided themselves on being fit and healthy, these days our country is ranked as one of the fattest nations in the developed world. More than 17...
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    Yep, feral camels...it's estimated there's about...

    Yep, feral camels...it's estimated there's about a million of the damn things in central and northern Australia. They were brought over as pack animals by the Afghanis in the 19th century. Once there...
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    I wish I could develop a taste for kangaroo but I...

    I wish I could develop a taste for kangaroo but I find it too gamey...and I've tried it every which way under the sun. Maybe it's all the frozen roo tails in the supermarket freezers here in my...
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    Marigold petals are delicious in salads, and I...

    Marigold petals are delicious in salads, and I loved the sugared violets my grandma used to make when I was a kid. Couldn't say whether tulips taste any good. Would definitely be doing my research...
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    We call them custard apples here in Australia and...

    We call them custard apples here in Australia and they're one of my favourite fruits, the taste and smooth creamy texture is sublime. The season here is pretty much all-year round, though they're...
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    ^this Love those sneaky one shot...

    ^this

    Love those sneaky one shot kills..."didn't see that coming did you? Ha!"
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    Unhappy to report that my attempt at the Whole30...

    Unhappy to report that my attempt at the Whole30 has gone from bad to worse...don't think I can even roll with the punches this time! After the M&Ms incident on Sunday I seem to have developed this...
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    Two eggs and three camel and date sausages from...

    Two eggs and three camel and date sausages from my local butcher, all fried up in my parents' home pressed olive oil, so good!
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    Lucy, I really don't know...I so don't want to...

    Lucy, I really don't know...I so don't want to throw in the towel at this late stage. I think I'll just roll with the punches this time. I finish the program on the 18th May, the day my parents...
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    Yep, except today my hunger signals told me to...

    Yep, except today my hunger signals told me to eat peanut M&Ms...dammit :( ...so cross with myself! This is a major violation of the Whole30, chocolate AND peanuts, have no idea what got into...
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    You might find that the longer you do this the...

    You might find that the longer you do this the less diet drinks will appeal...and anyway even if that never happens they can just be part of your 20%. We all have our weaknesses. I know that potato...
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    Mmmm Lindt balls, such a weakness of mine! And...

    Mmmm Lindt balls, such a weakness of mine! And not the good-for-you dark chocolate ones either but those melt-in-your-mouth milk chocolate ones...almost impossible to resist :p

    And I wouldn't...
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    Hi! Thanks for dropping by :) And not sure...

    Hi! Thanks for dropping by :)

    And not sure about the bunnies, seems at the moment that they've been thwarted but I wouldn't be surprised if they're still hanging around. We put in some new...
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    Yes, probably not everyone's thing...I guess it's...

    Yes, probably not everyone's thing...I guess it's not strictly "primal" ...but I still think the basic message is the same.

    Thanks for all the info regarding the kefir and kombucha. Will try and...
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    You're such an inspiration Lisa! Thanks to you I...

    You're such an inspiration Lisa! Thanks to you I am now the proud owner of Nourishing Traditions which arrived in the mail yesterday. What an amazing book, I don't think I quite realised just how...
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    I quite like a drizzle of olive oil over my...

    I quite like a drizzle of olive oil over my vegies, still can't quite come at the "smothering everything in butter thing"...too many years avoiding the stuff, though when I was in my teens I was a...
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    Hi Sarah, thanks for dropping by...glad you're...

    Hi Sarah, thanks for dropping by...glad you're enjoying reading my ramblings! :D




    Not exactly sure what I want tested, I guess things like cholesterol, Vit D, magnesium, iodine...I have a...
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    Just dropping by to say hello :) I've also...

    Just dropping by to say hello :)

    I've also ditched IF in the morning, at least for now. Breakfast has always been my favourite meal of the day and I've really missed it! Having said that I'm not...
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    We're well into the autumn here and put in our...

    We're well into the autumn here and put in our winter vegies a couple of weeks ago. So far we've planted broccoli, cauliflower, red cabbage, yellow string beans, carrots, beetroot, lettuce, an array...
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    Well I managed to have another whole day go by...

    Well I managed to have another whole day go by without any exercise...have to stop being so lazy! Though part of the problem is my wretched shoulder injury, which has flared up again, it's causing a...
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    The IF-ing does get easier doesn't it? I don't...

    The IF-ing does get easier doesn't it? I don't seem to be able to sustain it on the weekends though...and once I have breakfast then I just find myself snacking all day. I don't know, maybe it shakes...
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