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Paleo Nutrition Seminars – Wanganui 22nd Feb, Auckland 24th Feb

I have two seminars coming up – In Auckland on the 24th February at the Grey Lynn Community Centre, 6.30 – 9.15pm, and Wanganui CrossFit 22nd Feb, 10.00am – 1.00pm Cost $45.00 which includes paleo Guidebook. Auckland Seminar: more information here, book here via PayPal. or contact me directly to book a place juliannetaylor@xtra.co.nz In […]

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Primal, Paleo and Ancestral health in New Zealand 2015, what’s happening?

There is a growing community of health professionals and advocates of paleo or ancestral eating and lifestyle in New Zealand. The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand has 2 Conferences this year, a one day event in March in Wellington and a 3 day International Event in Queenstown – one of the most beautiful places […]

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The Ancestral Health Symposium 2014 – the Kiwi contingent

In 2011 my husband and I went to the first ever Ancestral Health Symposium in the USA, and we went again this year. There is nothing like being at this event live, cramming in listening to as many talks as possible, and connecting with people from all over the world – as well as spending […]

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Extracting rotten teeth from children is the no 1 reason for an anesthetic in NZ children

  See this presentation by dentist Rob Beaglehole How much sugar in coke?   This infographic from Gareth Morgan And sadly Coca-Cola entwined in a relationship with our All-Blacks  

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Ancestral Health Society of NZ – very first conference, June 29th Christchurch

The newly formed Ancestral Health Society of NZ is having its very first day long conference in Christchurch on the 29th June New Zealand has a growing number of health professionals who use evidence based ancestral health principals with their clients, often with extraordinary results. The Ancestral Health Society was formed to bring together health […]

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Ecostore – household products without harmful chemicals, that work

I’m a big fan of Ecostore cleaning products. I’ve recently read the inspiring story of how they came to be. Malcolm Rands owned a rural property and wanted the water that left their house to be safe for the environment. He also envisaged cleaning and personal care produsts that were safe without any questionable ingredients. […]

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Paleo Nutrition Seminar, Auckland, Dec 4th, last one for 2013

This is the last Paleo seminar for this year, please share if you have friends in Auckland, there are places left. Wednesday December 4th 6.30 – 9.15pm Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond Rd, Grey Lynn. Auckland $45.00 (includes 60 page paleo booklet) Contact me: 09 3781573  juliannetaylor@xtra.co.nz to book a place I live in […]

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Mineral deficiencies in New Zealand: Iodine

Iodine deficiency is on the rise in New Zealand, and those eating a paleo diet may be affected. Here is a map of Global Iodine deficiency (Source http://www.iccidd.org/) New Zealand soils contain low amounts of iron, iodine and selenium (I’ll talk about selenium deficiency in NZ in another post) Goitre (swollen thyroid due to iodine […]

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Paleo Seminar Grey Lynn, Auckland, October 10th, 6.30pm

The next paleo seminar has been scheduled in Auckland for Thursday October 10th. Please contact me if you would like to book a place Julianne :  email juliannetaylor@xtra.co.nz (phone: 09 3781573 or text 021 680703)   Auckland: Thursday October 10th 6.30 – 9.15pm. Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond Rd. $45.00 (includes Paleo Guidebook) Content: […]

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American to New Zealand: food translations. Coconut products and flour alternatives.

We may speak the same language but we have a number different food names. Many paleo cookbooks list food ingredients that we in New Zealand have never heard of. Occasionally these foods are uncommon in New Zealand shops – but frequently they are just know by another name. Here is a list of common US […]

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