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In this episode of MaxiChats we actually throw it right back to an excerpt from an interview that we recorded for episode 1 (Low Carb Diets with Alan Flanagan). In that same interview we also went into the details of where the evidence currently lies...

Pelvic floor health. It’s something we don’t talk about very often, but the truth is that it’s more important than we might think. 
Peeing when you laugh, painful sex, or even having a little pot belly can all possible symptoms of a less than ideal...

We chatted Danny Lennon (Msc), director at Sigma Nutrition (company that puts out educational media content on evidence based nutrition and health), in an episode jam-packed with gems of all sorts including his thoughts on the changeability of set points, possible reasons for over eating...

What better way to end a fabulous year than with a quick round up of healthy holiday reading ideas? In this episode we share some of our favourite inspirational/evidence based/health focused books to read over your vacation. We made sure there was a nice mix...

This is not a nitty gritty science post. I will save the numbers and deets for a future podcast! This is a quick, plain and simple no nonsense post. I am a big believer that simply including MORE fruit and veg in your life is one of...

I know that many of the recipes I post are gluten-free, dairy free or sugar free. Hell, my blog is called Sugarfree Sundays! Don't be fooled, I eat all of the above, every. single. day...

Self kindness when it comes to behaviour change. There is so much out there on self care practices and the importance of self love, and all of this is completely valid and essential. But I think there is one area that can tend to be left...