Nutritional guidance & personal training with mentored support from Lisa Michele
A country is only strong, productive and competitive if its citizens are healthy. Moreover, health care is assuming a larger and larger share of government budgets. One of the major ways to reduce health care costs and improve the health of citizens is for communities to do more to focus on prevention and wellness and […]
It is so easy to be critical of others—a mistake that I have made often in my life when my tongue gets ahead of my brain. Yet, I know that each of us is more likely to be persuaded and respond to a compliment as opposed to a criticism. So, when you see someone making […]
Not only do many of us eat too much junk food; we also read too much junk information and suffer from a poor information diet. When your information diet is improved, you are highly likely to find that you have more time to go for a walk, take up a new activity and generally feel […]
The perfect popcorn/chip alternative- this recipe is ideal for date night movie snacks. Tastier too I think!! Also good for upping the kids veggie intake (always a bonus). Ingredients: 200g chickpeas 100g peas 2 tbsp. olive oil 1 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp paprika 1/2 tsp sea salt Method: Combine all ingredients together to coat […]
This recipe is for all the mums out there. I’m sure many of you can relate to the struggles of trying to get your toddler/s to eat veggies. Hubby and I created this one together on the weekend and it has worked amazing. We usually serve it into a BARLEYmax wrap (mountain bread or wholegrain […]
Reflections: The Many Facets of Wellness—exercise, nutrition, motivation, learning and more by Gene Clark
Every year at this time many thousands of people, having over eaten and indulged over the holidays, make New Year’s resolutions to get fit, shed those pounds and join a gym. Yet, the business models of gyms depends upon their knowledge of past history that shows that the majority of people will not take up […]
This is the time of year when people typically take stock of where they are and make resolutions for the New Year. In setting goals for 2016, it is useful to be reminded about the now classic advice about maximizing the chances of success by setting ‘SMART’ goals. What are SMART Goals? The acronym stands […]
A vegetarian pasta dish that is so light but flavoursome. It has the most amazing combination of flavours and is my favourite pasta meal. Sage has a soft, yet sweet flavour and is known to contribute to an array of health benefits including antioxidant actions and better brain function. Serves 2-3 Ingredients: pasta of choice […]
Happy New Year to all the readers of this blog I am confident we will find that 2016, like all years before it, will contain elements Dickens described in Tale of Two Cities, that will reflect the best of times and the worst of times. Unfortunately, with a global media that tends to focus on […]
About Lisa Michele
Lisa Michele has a wealth of experience in Nutrition, Health and Fitness. She is a registered Master Trainer with Fitness Australia and holds a Masters degree in Human Nutrition.
Lisa’s personal journey with health and nutrition has given her first-hand appreciation of the very real challenges people face as they work towards their health goals.