General health

Who am I and what do I do?

By Brenda Rogers / 14 Jun 2013

Who I am Hi I’m Brenda Rogers and most of all, I’m a coach!  I love to help people blossom and grow into who they want to be. Specifically, I help people do that by working through their weight issues.   I’m a spiritual coach, an emotional intelligence coach and I work with the psychology of … Read more

Addicted to mouth pleasure?

By Brenda Rogers / 16 May 2013

Is the oral pleasure of food an addiction for you?  Do you enjoy the exquisite delight of a piece of chocolate or salty chips but then have to keep going back for more and more? Have you become confused because pleasure quickly turns to pain? Research suggests that the most pleasurable bite is the first … Read more

The War Against Butter!

By Brenda Rogers / 03 Apr 2013

Should we eat butter or should we eat margarine?  The answer reveals so much about what’s going on in the area of food and nutrition right now. My own bias, as someone who trusts nature, is that butter is the way to go.  In fact in our household margarine is not welcome! However, many people … Read more

5 keys to breaking the “mood & food” vicious circle

By Brenda Rogers / 22 Mar 2013

Research suggests a link between diet and depression We know that being depressed can make you eat poorly but did you know that an unhealthy diet is also a contributing factor to depression.  Eat poorly and you’re at risk of depression.  Get depressed and you’re at risk of becoming overweight.  And around and around it … Read more

On emotional eating…

By Brenda Rogers / 24 Jan 2013

Geneen Roth is one of my all time favourite teachers.  I’ve learned so much from her about connecting with my soul through how I eat which for many years was highly emotional!  And it’s now how I like to work with my clients. Here’s another wonderful installment from her.  Please visit her website and sign … Read more

What can your temperature tell you?

By Brenda Rogers / 22 Jan 2013

Temperature testing is an important tool for more than just knowing your basal metabolic rate.  Let’s have a look at what you can learn from your temperature. Metabolic rate (BMR) Your normal body temperature is said to be around 36.9 degrees but, in fact, normal BMR is between 36 and 37 degrees.  Menstruating women in … Read more

Breakfast myths

By Brenda Rogers / 26 Oct 2012

Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day, mainly because it sets the tone for your eating habits for the rest of the day.  One of the most common problems for people, especially those watching their weight, is a tendency to under eat at breakfast. We think that a Weet Bix and a … Read more

Does goal setting work for YOU?

By Brenda Rogers / 21 Oct 2012

Over the weekend I’ve been pondering the nature of goal setting.  As I’m teaching others to be mindful around eating so they can heal their lives, I’m taking this on myself and what’s come up for me is a struggle around setting goals (wanting things I don’t have!).   Goal setting is great!  BUT, there’s a … Read more

My first market stand!

By Brenda Rogers / 14 Oct 2012

Yesterday I had a stand at the Hawkesbury Harvest Farmers and Fine Food market at Castle Hill showground.  It was awesome! I was able to meet lots of wonderful people including some of the stall holders themselves.  The man from the coffee stand gave me a welcome gift of a soy chai latte (I’m off … Read more

Natural Approach to Heart Health

By Brenda Rogers / 15 Sep 2012

With cardiovascular disease being such a concerning issue for our modern society its about time we realised doctors and natural health practitioners need to work together to help minimise the suffering caused by this killer. The naturopathic approach Regardless of whether someone is on blood pressure medication, statins, or even diabetic medications, nutritional and naturopathic … Read more

Nutritional testing – hair analysis

By Brenda Rogers / 10 Sep 2012

Tissue mineral analysis (hair analysis) is a test that analyses the mineral content of hair.  Used correctly hair analysis can give you information about mineral imbalances, deficiencies and excesses of both essential and toxic minerals.  Examples are calcium, magnesium, sulfur, arsenic and vanadium. Blood or Hair? Hair analysis is a good indicator of the metabolic … Read more

Spring-time hayfever and sinus

By Brenda Rogers / 08 Sep 2012

That time of year! Most people I know simply put up with being blocked up or having a constant runny nose at this time of year.  I guess they think there’s nothing they can do about it, except maybe, to take some antihistamines or antibiotics.  It’s understandable to think that when you don’t know of … Read more

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