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Easy recipes + an insight into Nutritionist + Naturopath, Casey-Lee Lyons!

Casey-Lee is a Brisbane based nutritionist, naturopath, recipe creator, Mum and founder of Live Love Nourish. She shares her go-to meals, what’s always in her fridge, what health means to her and three delicious, easy recipes for us to enjoy!

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Living with Anxiety

This is a very real summary of my experience with anxiety. I hope that it starts many conversations and helps others to feel understood and supported. Whether you’re a constant worrier, experience anxiety, know someone who is battling mental illness or simply want to know more about what it feels like, what some triggers can be and how you can manage it, then take some time to have a read.

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A mind of its own

In this slightly science-y interview, Clinical Nutritionist, Katherine Hay chats all about the gut-brain connection and why it’s so important to address any gut issues. The gut is called our second brain for a reason and you’ll see why as you read more!

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Introducing Clinical Nutritionist, Katherine Hay

Clinical Nutritionist Katherine Hay, grew up in Melbourne and now lives in one of Australia’s most loved places- Byron Bay. She’s extremely passionate about the gut and all areas of gastrointestinal health and doesn’t believe in unnecessary food restriction. Katherine feels her best when surrounded by the people she loves and enjoys being out in nature doing everything from watching the sunset to riding motorbikes and skateboarding.

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