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1. Tap Water versus Alkaline Water
March 03, 2016

Are a regular tap water drinker but would like to compare the difference with alkaline water? Well, you’re in the right place then. I’ll show you what you’re really drinking and why alkaline water should be a serious consideration. What’s In Tap Water? If you compare Sydney tap water (or any tap water in Australia) with tap water around the world, you have to admit the water quality is pretty good. It’s a sad fact that there are still so many countries that can’t get access to potable water – a human right. We’re very fortunate in Australia to be able to drink from the tap and... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

2. Resiliency and How You Can Bounce Back
February 24, 2016

What is that special something which allows a person to comeback, bounce back and rebound stronger from setbacks? Propels the runner to push through The Wall Of No More’? Sitting on a park bench a top a large grassy hill I’m watching this lean middle aged man run up and down this hill in a continuous circuit. I close my eyes for a meditation and after 30 minutes I open my eyes and he is still powering up and down with focus and effortless breathing. After about another 2 mins he stops for a quick stretch and I ask,” What pushes you to keep going and push through.” He says,”I’ve built up ... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

3. The Healing Superfood Your Grandmother Used To Make
January 20, 2016

As winter descends on the Northern Hemisphere, a new healthy beverage trend is on the horizon. It sits at the intersection of current tendencies towards old-fashioned comfort food and the lust for primitive paleo diets. You will find a bone broth bar on every hip corner of New York City, Seattle and Chicago, the LA Lakers are all drinking it too! Sydney get ready, House of Detox has combined alkalife Natural Alkaline Water and bone broth to make the latest paleo, superfood on the market. What is Bone Broth? Bone broth, an age-old restorative in which long, slow, cooking brings out th... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

4. 10 Benefits of Green Tea
January 06, 2016

With the advent of the coffee craze, tea has fallen by the wayside for many people. However, there are a lot of great reasons to consider trading that morning latte for a cup of green tea, which has been touted by some as the healthiest beverage on the planet (imagine how healthy green tea made with alkalife would be!). Here are ten amazing benefits. 1. Improves brain function Green tea contains just the right amount of caffeine to perk up your mind without giving you jitters. Combined with an amino acid called L-theanine, it lower anxiety and improves productivity. And not only does... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

5. Top 10 Foods for Brain Health
December 30, 2015

Having a healthy brain makes a huge difference to your quality of life, especially as you age. Young or old, incorporate these foods into your diet to boost your memory and stay sharp. 1. Healthy fats Your brain runs on healthy fats so it’s vital that you include plenty in your diet. Fish are a great source. The omega-3 fatty acids in fish are connected to lower rates of Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss. I recommend sticking to low mercury fish such as wild salmon, anchovies, Pacific sole and avoid the high mercury variety such as swordfish, shark, and king mackerel. If you’re not... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

6. 8 Tips for Staying Healthy Over the Holidays
December 23, 2015

The holidays are famous for being a joyful time of year to spend with friends and family…but getting sick or gaining a few kilos can really make you regret what you ate. Use these tips to avoid either of those outcomes and make it through the season in good shape. 1. Limit the sweets Considering that I recently wrote about the many dangers of sugar, I thought this deserved to be number 1 on the list! One cookie here or there won’t kill you, but for the sake of your health (in the short term and the long term), don’t load up your plate at the dessert table. 2. Stay hydrated ... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

7. Eating Right for Your Body Type
December 09, 2015

You know when a diet is marketed as perfect for “everyone” your skeptic radar goes on high alert. That’s because deep down, you know everyone’s bodies are different, and what’s right for you won’t necessarily be right for me. Whether it’s the low carb, paleo or Atkins diet that philosophy should always apply. So how do you know which diet, rather lifestyle is right for you? One way to find out is through nutritional typing. It’s one way to optimise your diet to fit your unique needs as an individual and here’s how to do it. The Three Nutritional Types Most people generally fall into ... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

8. 5 Terrifying Effects of Sugar
December 02, 2015

As we move into the holiday season, many people will find it hard to resist the chocolates, lollies, and desserts that seem to have become synonymous with the season. The thing is, sugar is just as bad for you right now as it is during Christmas, so here’s a refresher on some of the main reasons you should avoid overindulging. Effect 1: Is Extremely Addictive Researchers have concluded that sugar can actually be more addictive than cocaine…which is one of the most addictive substances known to man. That “sweet tooth” that so many people talk about may very well be a bodily craving fo... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

9. The Responsibility of Personal Power
November 25, 2015

What does it look and feel like to own your own power? As we operate our day to day lives via higher levels of consciousness we understand intuitively that we are always, constantly projecting and allowing our reality to take shape. Simply by being alive we know that nothing, no experience is happening outside of us. That the way we see life is a part of our inner nature, our current personal level of consciousness. When we totally own our power we take full unconditional responsibility for everything that happens in our life, as well as all that we are aware of. What we see in the media,... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

10. Could This Be The Purest Plant Protein?
November 19, 2015

If you’re an athlete, vegetarian, or just someone who’s trying to fit more protein into your diet, you’ve probably considered using protein powder to supplement your daily intake. The trouble is, there are so many options out there! You’ve got your regular whey protein, then whey isolates, concentrates, egg, casein, soy, rice, pea – it’s confusing to say the least. Another option you may not have heard of is hemp protein. I found it’s one that stands head and shoulders above the rest. Let’s explore why. The Body Digests Hemp Easily By contrast, look at whey and soy, which are some of... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

11. Top 10 Foods for Pregnant Women
November 11, 2015

During pregnancy, it’s more important than ever to take care of your health. Not only is your own body more vulnerable with all the new demands being placed on it, but you have a little one who needs to be properly nourished to get the best start in life. Here are my top 10 foods to stock up on before your due date. 1. Leafy green vegetables All veggies are good, but ones like spinach, silverbeet and kale are packed with vitamins and minerals that can be particularly useful to pregnant women, like folate, calcium, iron, potassium, and more. They also contain fibre and antioxidants, w... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

12. Ayurveda For Healthy Mind and Body
October 29, 2015

Natural medicine comes in many different forms around the world. Recently, we learned about the east Asian practice of reiki; today, we’re going south on the same continent to India, where a healing practice called “ayurveda” has existed for thousands of years. Read about it here, then decide if you’d like to join millions of people by using the principles of ayurveda in your own life. The Philosophy of Ayurveda Directly translated, ayurveda means “science of life.” Unlike many health practices which focus only on the body, ayurveda is more about uniting and balancing body, mind, and... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

13. How To Detox Like A Caveman
October 21, 2015

As a child, did you ever make dirt pies in your backyard with your friends or siblings? Thousands of children enjoy exercising their creativity this way, and as it turns out, their choice of ingredient may have something to it. Cultures around the world have practiced clay-eating or “geophagia” for hundreds of years, and as strange as “eating dirt” may seem to modern societies, certain types of clay have proven health benefits. Keep reading to learn more. Ancient Origins Evidence of geophagia can be found in tribal/traditional societies everywhere from Native America to Australia, in... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

14. Relieve Stress With This Eastern Healing Practice
October 14, 2015

If you’re interested in meditation or other Eastern healing traditions, you may have heard of reiki, a Japanese practice born out of concepts and beliefs that date back hundreds of years. Today, it is used by alternative medicine practitioners to relieve stress and minimise fatigue. Whether you’re just reading to satiate your curiosity or you’re considering trying it out for yourself, here’s what reiki is all about. The Philosophy of Reiki A very simple explanation of reiki can be found right in the translation of its name: rei is the Japanese word for “spirit,” and ki is best transl... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

15. Coke Life: A Healthy Alternative?
September 23, 2015

It’s no secret these days that sugary soft drinks are just about the worst thing you can pull back to quench your thirst. They’re full of empty calories, spike your blood sugar and add to your waistline. That’s the reason many people have switched to soft drinks that use different kinds of sweeteners, like the new Coca Cola Life, which is partially sweetened with the plant-derived additive stevia. But don’t fall for it. Here’s why. Marketers may try to make Coke Life sound like a healthier alternative to other products, but the truth is that it’s not much better. One bottle contains more ... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

16. Is Dehydration Killing Your Productivity?
September 17, 2015

It’s easy to recognise symptoms of dehydration on a hot summer day or after an intense workout. But those aren’t the only times that put you at risk. In fact, it’s possible that you’re experiencing slight dehydration every day…and it could be putting your career success at risk. Find out if you’re more at risk than others. According to PubMed at the US National Center for Biotechnology Information, “Being dehydrated by just 2% impairs performance in tasks that require attention, psychomotor, and immediate memory skills, as well as assessment of the subjective state”¹. Chances are that if ... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

17. Is Your Home Making You Sick?
September 03, 2015

Many of us have encountered mould at some point in our lives, whether in a damp basement or in the corner of the shower. And as it turns out, it’s much more than just unpleasant to look at – mould can actually be responsible for a host of damaging and even deadly conditions. If you or your family have been getting sick recently, you may just have found the reason why. How Does Mould Affect Your Health? Through air borne spores, mould is able to enter your body and compromise your immune system. It basically functions like an environmental pollutant and it’s one you can’t escape, sinc... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

18. 9 Secrets From the World's Healthiest Countries
August 19, 2015

Many of us think of health as something that’s controlled individually from person to person. And while this is certainly true to some extent, the places we live in have more of an influence on us than we may realise. Health is just as much a community concern as a personal one, and this is reflected nowhere better than on the national level. Some countries are healthier than others, with lower rates of disease, longer average lifespans, and better qualities of life. In his book “The Blue Zones: Nine Lessons for Living Longer,” Dan Buettner reveals some powerful health habits that these countr... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

19. Extend Your Life With This Diet
August 12, 2015

If you’re looking for a diet that emphasises simplicity, revolves around natural whole foods, has significant benefits for your health, and lets you eat food that actually tastes good, you may not think there are options out there that tick every box. But there is at least one: the Mediterranean diet. Here’s what it’s all about. What Is the Mediterranean Diet? Since there are sixteen countries bordering the Mediterranean sea, there’s not one single country for inspiring the Mediterranean diet. It was born from the commonalities in the diets throughout the region. Some of the main foo... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

20. Fight Alzheimers With Mineral Water
July 22, 2015

If you’ve ever watched a relative or family friend suffer from dementia, you know what a frightening and debilitating illness it can be. Nobody wants to put their loved ones through the tragedy of watching their personality, mind, and memory decay. And although there may not currently be a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do to mitigate the symptoms. A recent study has shown that the simple action of drinking mineral water daily can be effective in significantly slowing the rate of cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s sufferers. During a 13 week trial, p... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

21. Are These Inflammatory Foods Preventing Your Wellbeing?
June 17, 2015

Chronic inflammation is more of a problem in Australia than many people realise. It plays a role in causing cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and other incredibly damaging and deadly conditions – and often, it’s a silent killer. That means it’s up to you to be on the alert and take things into your own hands! Here are ten foods to kick from your diet before they have the chance to do serious harm. 1. Refined Sugar Sugar is addictive and tough to quit but if you’d like to live to a ripe old age it’s absolutely vital that you get it down close to zero. It’s a highly inflammatory agent t... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

22. What I've Learnt - How to Heal Your PCOS
May 20, 2015

If you’ve been diagnosed PCOS, like me, you probably feel like you’ve reached a dead end, alone and an outcast from ‘real life’. But please know, you’re not on your own! At least 1 in 10 women are diagnosed with PCOS during their lives and 10% of women between 12 and 45 are told EVERYDAY “You have PCOS”. There is hope! You can get your life back as many women have and I have personally too. In this article, I’ll share a few of my experiences, failures, learning and successes on how to really heal from PCOS. I’d like to open your eyes to the diversity of polycystic ovarian syndrome as wel... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

23. What Are Free Radicals?
March 25, 2015

When we hear the word “radical”, most of us get nervous – and understandably so, as radicalism is not typically thought of as a good thing! This applies to more than just politics - within the body, free radicals are responsible for doing a lot of damage. Let’s explore what they are, what they’re doing and how to fight them off. Free Radicals Defined Scientifically, free radicals are molecules with at least one unpaired electron. This makes them seek out intact molecules and absorb parts of those atoms, creating chain reactions through the body in order to complete themselves. To put... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

24. 50 Shades Of.. Yellow
February 26, 2015

If you’re easily grossed out by this topic, don’t be. Your body’s waste products can give you a lot of useful information about your health status, whether nutritional or medical. You may not have fancy urine analysis equipment, but you can get a fair idea just by using your eyes. So without further ado, here’s what your urine colour is trying to tell you. Completely Transparent: You May Be Over-Hydrating We’ve had it drilled into us that we should be drinking enough water every day…but wait, was that eight glasses or eight gallons? (Hint: it’s not eight gallons.) It is possible to ... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

25. Chia Mia Shares The Incredible Power Of Chia Seeds
February 04, 2015

I had the opportunity to meet a beautiful girl named Mia, aka Chia Mia, who’s passion for healthy living will surely rub off on you. She’s loves chia seeds, hence the nickname, and spends her time cooking up delicious treats which are all available on her blog. I’ve always wanted to share with you the power of chia seeds (I think everyone should be eating them daily) so let’s hear it from the Queen of chia seeds, Chia Mia! Chia seeds, you may have heard the hype surrounding these little seeds of goodness and for good reason too! They have many health benefits, are extremely versat... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

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