To Tea, or Not to Tea – the Dangers With EGCg



To Tea, or Not to Tea - The Dangers with EGCg

KBS 51: Depression, Anxiety & The Mediterranean Diet

One of the most powerful listens you’ll hear all week. I guarantee it. In today’s episode we talk all about depression and mental health. According to statistics, 13% of Australians experience mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety or behavioural issues.

In today’s fast-paced world, struggling mentally, struggling to maintain an even, steady emotional health can be quite challenging. This is quite an appropriate episode for me at the moment, with the stress of moving house, shifting gear in and out of cars, living in an airbnb waiting for our house to be ready has been a pretty awkward and pressing time.

I speak with 3 experts; Nic Laidlaw (@balancedstudio), David Nixon (ddnix) and Dr Andrea Huddleston (@_thewellnesswomen) all about the mental health equation.

This episode is brought to you by The Gut Healing Summit! This amazing online summit all about gut health and the microbiome is coming to YOU for FREE in March – you cannot miss this one it’s guna be HUGE! Sign up at to reserve your seat!! Hurry!

RFR 106: The Keto Diet with Leanne Vogel from Healthful Pursuit

In Episode of 106 The Real Food Reel we are joined by Leanne Vogel, Holistic Nutritionist from Healthful Pursuit and host of The Keto Diet Podcast. Leanne and Steph discuss all things low carb, keto and what signs you can use to know that you’re fat adapted.

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Check out Fat Fueled here: Fat Fueled Program & Meal Plan

More amazing resources here: Keto Bundle

Learn more and pre-order your copy of The Keto Diet Book here:


As Steven Furtick said, “The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel”. On this episode we talk about perfection and the importance of not only building deep relationships with others, but with ourselves. Laurence challenges Karen with the “Idea” of 2 days away from books, TV, Internet, family etc to truly connect with ourselves. As we head towards Valentine’s Day, definitely not Karen’s favorite, we also discuss perfection and growth in relationships, including those with our children. Tune in today!

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Cedric McMillan & Justin Compton Answer Bodybuilding Questions


Bodybuilding Roundtable - Cedric & Justin Answer Your Questions

SHY 39: Adele McConnell – Easy Green

“You need to be a walking, talking advertisement for the life that you want to lead.”

It’s been 7 months since the outspoken Adele was on this podcast (gee… time flies!). Since then, she has started her own podcast, and it’s freakin’ awesome, so I thought I’d get her back on the show to share a little bit about it.

The time has come for a radical change with the way we live, eat and treat the planet. Welcome to Easy Green – Adele’s new podcast which will give you short, sharp, actionable steps and simple tips for living a happier, healthier, eco-conscious life.

“Happiness, love and laughter – they’re more important to me than things.”

In this interview we delve into:

  • Reducing our use of plastics
  • Living a minimalist lifestyle
  • Bulk food shopping
  • Talking to friends and family about becoming greener
  • Sustainable ways to make changes without the overwhelm

Did you know that Australians are buying 600 million litres of bottled water per year?

And this is just the tip of the (rapidly melting) iceberg. Join us to learn more and make the commitment to being part of the solution.

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BC 35: Kelly Holt – Brain based function and Falls Prevention

Kelly’s Biography
Dr Holt was a member of the 1998 inaugural graduating class of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic and is currently the Dean of Research at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic. Besides his chiropractic degree he also holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in physiology and a PhD in Health Science from the University of Auckland. Dr Holt’s PhD focused on the effects of chiropractic care on sensorimotor function and falls risk in older adults and he was named ‘Chiropractor of the Year’ by the New Zealand College of Chiropractic Alumni Association in 2012 and by the New Zealand Chiropractors’ Association in 2014.

1. Kelly ,you did your PhD on balance and falls in older people; why did you choose this topic?
2. What is the relationship between falls and chiropractic care?
3. What are the key risk factors for falls?
4. What can people do about reducing falls risk?
5. What do we know about chiropractic care and falls risk?
6. Tell us about the study you did that looked at the impact of chiropractic care on falls risk ie ankle joint position sense, choice stepping reaction time and sound induced flash illusion test.
7. What does this tell us about chiropractic care and the different treatment options?
8. What is the future now in this area of Chiropractic research?

Dr Kelly Holt is keynote speaker at NeuroLogic Education’s inaugural seminar in 2017 entitled Brain Body connection –enhancing spinal function and falls prevention.

Melbourne = April 29th and 30th 2017 at Ibis 15-21 Therry Street, Melbourne, Australia

Sydney = June 3-4 2017 at Rydges Central Sydney, 28 Albion Street, Surry Hills, Australia

Perth = June 24-25 2017 at Mecure Hotel Perth, 10 Irwin Street, Perth, Australia

Further details and registration can be found at

For declaration, Dr Bergamo is a part owner of NeuroLogic Education.

HSW 28: Sleep Deprivation and Chronic Pain with Naturopath and Nutritionist Ananda Mahony.

OK, so I had lots of fun this week as I had the pleasure of interviewing one of my former lecturer’s, Ananda Mahony, who is the Senior Lecture of Nutritional Medicine at Endeavour College of Health here in Brisbane.  In addition to her role as senior lecturer, Ananda works in clinical practice as a Naturopath and Nutritionist who is passionate about helping people who experience chronic pain.  This ultimately led her to undertake a Masters Degree in Pain Management, to add to her repertoire of knowledge and skills in this area.

In this episode, Ananda describes how chronic pain is essentially an oversensitive or maladaptive nervous system response, and illustrates the mechanisms behind it’s development using her Christmas tree analogy.  She also goes into detail explaining how sleep and pain is bio-directional, meaning pain can disturb our sleep and vice versa, along with the correlation between lower back and lower extremity pain, with low vitamin D, a symptom experienced by many who work 24/7.

So if you experience chronic pain and you’ve been unable to find a solution, then you’re not going to want to miss this episode!

Steroid Corner – Frequency of Injections & Counterfeits


Steroid Corner - Frequency of Injections & Counterfeits

A Star Profile | Tom Platz – The Golden Eagle Interview Part 2


A Star Profile: Tom Platz - The Golden Eagle Interview Part 2