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What is the secret to living 12 years longer?

If you would like to know the secret to living 12 years longer…watch this video by the Blue Zones Project (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEYVqM-8DHE). The environment definitely plays a role in allowing for sustained behaviour change to influence our overall well-being. One person at a time you could help to improve your personal environment and the environment of those around you. Ultimately if we start supporting this idea, there would be more opportunities to build overall well-being into the foundation of our communities and make Australia a better place to live. Read my previous post on ’23 Ways to Improve Your Food Environment' and purchase a meal plan or book an appointment to star

Q: How much omega-3 fats should I have in a day for a healthy heart?

Consuming omega-3 fats has been associated with lower risks of heart disease, stroke, heart failure, heart attack and death from coronary heart disease. There are four types of omega-3 fats. We should have 1g of ALA (alpha linolenic acid) per day from plant sources such as 30g 1 handful unsalted walnuts, 15g 1tbs chia seeds, 4g 1tsp linseeds, 1 slice soy and linseed bread or 1tbs canola/soybean/vegetable oil. We should have 250-500mg of EPA/DHA/DPA (eicosapentaenoic acid/docosahexaenoic acid/docosapentaenoic acid) per day from marine sources which can be obtained from 2-3 serves of fish per week such as 150g fresh fish or 100g canned salmon/sardine/tuna. Happy <3 healthy eating Source: http:

What is the secret to living 12 years longer?

If you would like to know the secret to living 12 years longer…watch this video by the Blue Zones Project (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEYVqM-8DHE). The environment definitely plays a role in allowing for sustained behaviour change to influence our overall well-being. One person at a time you could help to improve your personal environment and the environment of those around you. Ultimately if we start supporting this idea, there would be more opportunities to build overall well-being into the foundation of our communities and make Australia a better place to live. Read my previous post on ’23 Ways to Improve Your Food Environment' and purchase a meal plan or book an appointment to star

Q: How much omega-3 fats should I have in a day for a healthy heart?

Consuming omega-3 fats has been associated with lower risks of heart disease, stroke, heart failure, heart attack and death from coronary heart disease. There are four types of omega-3 fats. We should have 1g of ALA (alpha linolenic acid) per day from plant sources such as 30g 1 handful unsalted walnuts, 15g 1tbs chia seeds, 4g 1tsp linseeds, 1 slice soy and linseed bread or 1tbs canola/soybean/vegetable oil. We should have 250-500mg of EPA/DHA/DPA (eicosapentaenoic acid/docosahexaenoic acid/docosapentaenoic acid) per day from marine sources which can be obtained from 2-3 serves of fish per week such as 150g fresh fish or 100g canned salmon/sardine/tuna. Happy <3 healthy eating Source: http:

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