We want to share with you an awesome event that we are super excited to be hosting this August… CRACK YOUR STRESS CODE!!!!
Following on from his highly sought after Power of Food seminar, CRACK YOUR STRESS CODE is the second instalment created by Health & Wellness expert, Dr Damian Kristof.
At this event you will:
1. Understand how food, lifestyle and environment could be affecting your stress levels and your DNA.
2. Find out how your genetic coding is not responsible for your health but acts as mere building blocks for your life.
3. Uncover how stress effects your hormones and may be shortening your life span.
4. Learn how to revers your biological ageing so you get more life from your years and years from your life.
Details: Wednesday 1st August at The Karralyka Centre in Ringwood East. Doors open 6pm to browse exhibits and purchase products and food. Presentations start at 6.45pm.
Dr Kate provides Chiropractic care to people of all ages, shapes and sizes. She loves working with families, helping women through pregnancy and taking care of babies and children. Dr Kate also has a special interest in nutrition, fitness and exercise.
Dr Kate completed a 3 year Bachelor and 2 year Masters of Clinical Chiropractic, both with distinction at RMIT University. She has attended several technique seminars over the past 9 years and continues to develop her skills by keeping up to date with the latest chiropractic research and techniques. She is currently undertaking a 2 year diplomate program in Chiropractic Paediatric Neurological Development.
As a Chiropractor Dr Kate enjoys educating and inspiring people about how their body is truly designed to function. Dr Kate uses multiple techniques to provide the best chiropractic care possible for her patients, which means that no matter what age, shape or size, everyone can receive Chiropractic care throughout their Whole Life!
Alexandra graduated from Endeavour College of Natural Health with degree in Health Science, majoring in Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine. She is also an accredited member of the Australian Natural Therapies Association.
Alexandra has a strong passion for helping others and enjoys building strong relationships with her clients, where she develops an individualised treatment plan. Alexandra offers her clients education, skills, lifestyle recommendations, dietary changes and supplements to help achieve your short and long-term goals.
Alexandra specialises in weight loss/gain, mental health issues (anxiety, depression), pre-conception and pregnancy, gut issues (IBS, IBD, bloating, reflux, food intolerances, celiac disease), fatigue, insomnia, headaches and skin conditions.
Alexandra enjoys spending time outdoors, playing and watching sport, spending time with friends and family and creating new recipes in the kitchen.
Alex will be starting officially in September and the team are super excited to be welcoming her aboard! We hope you are too!
3 bananas (ripe)
1 1/2 cups whole meal plain flour
1/2 cup Manuka honey
2 large eggs
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/3 cup pumpkin seeds
1/4 cup sunflower seeds
1/4 cup walnuts (cut into small pieces)
Optional toppings: 1/8 cup of pumpkin and sunflower seeks, teaspoon chia seeds and 1 teaspoon brown sugar
Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius
Grease and line a loaf pan with grease proof paper
In a bowl, mash all 3 bananas with a fork.
Add the rest of the ingredients and mix until mixture is combined
Pour batter into loaf pan
If using optimal toppings, mix mixed seeds with brown sugar and sprinkle on top.
Place on middle shelf of the oven
Bake for approximately 40-45minutes, the banana bread is ready when you are able to insert a skewer into the centre and the skewer comes out clean.