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Tips on how to be a Smooth(ie) Operator

Keeping you happy & Healthy
Hey you!
So it’s been a while. But I’m smiling, super happy to be back. I’ve been writing my memoirs, sprouting mung beans, sleeping, regrouping, playing with Lola & Rosie (Lola Laughs at all my jokes) and focusing on what I am passionate about. So here I am! I am back feeling good, feeling motivated and focused.

So have decided to go with the moderation and balance I rant on about it is about good/better/best, and how to take small steps to make big changes and that you feel good (all things health & happiness).

Let’s talk all the cool things that pop up health wise and common questions that I hear I’m clinic to keep you informed and up to date with health. This piece is all about smoothies, as cool as Kale and …

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Recent Posts

Tips on how to be a Smooth(ie) Operator

Keeping you happy & Healthy
Hey you!
So it’s been a while. But I’m smiling, super happy to be back. I’ve been writing my memoirs, sprouting mung beans, sleeping, regrouping, playing with Lola & Rosie (Lola Laughs at all my jokes) and focusing on what I am passionate about. So here I am! I am back feeling good, feeling motivated and focused.

So have decided to go with the moderation and balance I rant on about it is about good/better/best, and how to take small steps to make big changes and that you feel good (all things health & happiness).

Let’s talk all the cool things that pop up health wise and common questions that I hear I’m clinic to keep you informed and up to date with health. This piece is all about smoothies, as cool as Kale and …

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What goes up must come down.. understanding blood sugar

Hypo, how low can you go? Well very, and that’s a problem
Hypoglycemia occurs when your blood sugar (glucose) level falls too low.

During digestion, your body breaks down carbohydrates from foods into various sugar molecules (glucose). Glucose is absorbed into your bloodstream after you eat, but it can’t enter the cells of most of your tissues without the help of insulin — a hormone secreted by your pancreas.

When the level of glucose in your blood rises, it signals certain cells (beta cells) in your pancreas, to release insulin. The insulin, in turn, unlocks your cells so that glucose can enter and provide the fuel your cells need to function properly. Any extra glucose is stored in your liver and muscles in the form of glycogen. This process lowers the level of glucose in your bloodstream and prevents it …

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I have received treatment from Lindsay a number of times now and I am always amazed with the amount of knowledge and skill she possesses. I have other family members also using her services as I trust her 100% and know I can confidently refer them to her. I recommend seeing Lindsay she is by far the best naturopath I have ever dealt with.

Lara Wheatley, Owner and Therapist Executive Beauty NSW