Category Archives: Susie burrell

How to make great tasting water


This is a sponsored post. With summer just a few weeks away, we can almost smell the end of the year. The return of longer days and warmer temperatures means there are plenty of social occasions on the horizon to celebrate the end of another year. Warm weather also means that our fluid requirements increase, […]

5 key nutrients you need if you are busy


This is a sponsored post. Key nutrients busy people need. Busy people need a strong nutritional platform to ensure they are performing at their best on a daily basis. Despite the best of intentions, sometimes our nutrition can take a back seat when things are frantic, and as a result our intake of key nutrients […]

Mix up your water and help to stay hydrated


This is a sponsored post. When we think about water and hydration we generally think about numerous glasses and bottles of the clear stuff that we are supposed to consume every single day. Far less often do we remember that we can use a number of different types of water to help optimise our hydration […]

The power of plants


This is a sponsored post Whether you choose to go meat free on Mondays; live as a flexitarian or are a full vegetarian or vegan, you are not alone. The interest in plant based diets has grown exponentially in recent years, as more and more evidence suggests there are numerous health benefits associated with diets […]

Introducing Bounce


Today is an exciting day on the blog because today I get to tell you about a brand new partnership I have been working on for quite a few months…….drumroll…… I am thrilled to share with you that I have come on board with the team at Bounce Australia as a brand ambassador. Bounce is […]

The SIRT diet


Another day, another diet, or so it seems and the SIRT food diet is the latest diet doing the rounds. And why wouldn’t it be popular, you get to eat chocolate. And drink wine. And eat spicy food. So is it all that it’s cracked up to be? Developers of the SIRT diet claim that […]

How to survive Easter


This is a sponsored post. The supermarkets are full of Hot Cross Buns, the smell of all things chocolate and eggs is in the year and the holidays are almost here – who doesn’t love Easter time? The only downside of all the feasting and joy is that we do tend to overeat, and this […]

Do infants need Vitamin D?


This is a sponsored post. Vitamin D for Infants When it comes to key nutrients and their importance in pregnancy, breastfeeding and for optimal growth and development in infants and toddlers we often hear about iron, calcium and omega 3 fats. Less frequently mentioned is the importance of mums and bubs getting enough Vitamin D, […]

Heart health. Keeping your heart healthy.


*This is a sponsored post* Keep your heart healthy this February With February being the month for all things love, romance and big red hearts, it is also an opportune time to talk about heart health, or more specifically the foods known to keep our hearts healthy. When it comes to heart health, Australians are […]