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“It Starts With Food” book review

Having been a passionate advocate for the power of food for the last 15 years (initially the Zone diet now Paleo, or as I like to think ‘a human species appropriate diet’), the book title itself is enough to get me salivating. (I was lucky enough to meet the authors Dallas and Melissa Hartwig at […]

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The 1st Australian Paleo Weekend, May 12 – 13, 2012!

Suz in Australia has organised Down-Under’s very first Paleo weekend. I’ll be there, as will another Kiwi Paleo Nutritionist ‘That Paleo Guy’ Jamie Scott. (I’ve been to some of Jamie’s work place seminars, always very well researched, up to date information – great presentations) This from Suz’s website http://paleo.com.au I’m very excited to announce the […]

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Sally Fallon Morell, from Weston A Price Foundation – a speaking tour in New Zealand

Sally Fallon Morell, the Author of Nourishing Traditions, is visiting New Zealand and speaking in many centres around the country, as well as talking to Kim Hill on National radio this Saturday 24th March. Not to be missed! I’ve taken this from WAPF.org.nz Nourishing Traditional Diets The Key to Vibrant Health Visiting New Zealand for […]

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New Zealand Paleo, Primal, Hunter Gatherer diet people – I need your help

Hi all, I am currently writing a paleo guidebook, with specific tips for New Zealanders following a paleo style diet. It’s close to being finished. As well as how to information, it has a number of useful things like my omega 3, omega 6 charts, as well as protein and carb charts of paleo foods. […]

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NZ Nutrition policy favours the food industry – not public health

This, just in yesterday’s news is rather sobering. In 2006, the NZ government asked for submissions for an inquiry into Obesity and Type 2 diabetes.The resulting policy changes (or lack of them) clearly favour the food industry rather than public health submissions. New Zealand like other countries is experiencing a rapid increase in both. 28% […]

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Talking about Ancestral Health with David Shearer (MP)

Just a quick post to let you know about a couple of interviews with me you can tune into: You can hear me talk more about Paleo eating on the radio. This week I was invited by the New Zealand Labour MP (Member of Parliament) for Mt Albert, David Shearer to talk on his radio […]

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Auckland Women: 12 week exercise and nutrition programme at CrossFit Auckland

If you are looking for a programme to get you strong, toned and fit, and strip that excess body fat – this is it. 3 days a week you’ll be doing a scheduled exercise programme with a group of only women. It’s incredibly varied and gets your cardio-vascular system going, it works every muscle in […]

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Fat Loss Stalled? Here are 15 weight loss tips that work.

Is your fat loss stalled? Here are 15 fat loss tips that work. 1. Eat the right amount and balance of protein, carbohydrate and fat for YOUR metabolism The Zone balance is a good place to start – but it may not be the ideal balance for you. How do you know? -Your fat loss […]

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New USDA Nutrition Guidelines do not match current research

A recent opinion piece in the Los Angeles Times questions the new USDA dietary guidelines – especially in light of recent studies showing (see my previous articles for these studies): 1. Saturated fat is not associated with heart disease as previously thought. 2. Excess refined carbohydrates increase your risk of heart disease. 3. Eating red […]

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Hi, my name is Julianne Taylor, I am a Zone diet and Paleo diet enthusiast and registered nurse. I am also a nutritionist, I studied at Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand. This blog will cover topics of interest in Paleo, Zone and general nutrition. I have worked with thousands of clients over the last 10 […]

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