The Best Boxing Day Sales For a Healthy New You

The Best Boxing Day Sales For a Healthy New You

Christmas is done for another year and Boxing Day Sales are everywhere we look.  As you potter around the house in your stretchiest clothes, picking at leftovers & packing up all the mess you begin to take stock of everything.  How much STUFF did the kids get yesterday?  Why does it ache there?  Why is energy wasted on the youth?

To save you some time & mental load, I’ve done the research and have found some of the BEST Boxing Day Sales from businesses I know & trust to help you save money and reach your wellness goals in 2019.

 

InnerOrigin has up to 25% off + FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $99 until midnight AEDT Friday 28th December.  Make sure you sign up (free to join) before adding anything to your cart.

THE SALE INCLUDES gluten free cookies, lupin food products, natural & organic baby skin care, natural & organic adult skin care, organic herbal tea, glass tea flask, pet supplements, magnesium oil spray & lotion, tooth cleaning powder, dental care, medicinal mushroom liquid extracts, drug-free pain relief, essential oil diffusers, superfoods, natural perfumes & mineral cosmetics sets. 

If you want to look younger, protect your skin from sun damage, balance hormones and boost your energy, consider the Intrametica 21 day detox (skin, gut, liver cleanse with free menu planner).  The next Community Detox starts 7th January, so grab your kit now!

 

Changing Habits are offering 25% off their own range of products and 15% off everything else, but only until midnight 26th December.  This is the first time I’m aware of that the 4 Phase Fat Loss Protocol products have been discounted this heavily, so this is an amazing offer! (Read this post if you don’t already know my experience with this protocol)

THE SALE INCLUDES  4 Phase Fat Loss Protocol, Hunter Gatherer Protocol, 6 Weeks No Wheat Program, superfoods, food-based nutritional support, herbal formulas, organic pantry staples, gut health products, chemical-free cleaning products, natural skincare, eco-friendly household products, health & recipe books.

 

 

Until midnight on New Year’s Eve you can save 26% on essential oils, synergy blends, accessories and the signature diffuser, and 15% on skincare packs, essential oil packs and gift packs online at Twenty8.  It’s the perfect time to stock up on your favourite Twenty8 products and get yourself ready to make self-care a priority in 2019!

 

 

 

Save 10% on Gift Cards at Biome until Midnight 26th December.  Be sure your gift will be wanted and not wasted, by letting your gift recipient choose their own! Nominate the amount and send the gift card immediately by email 24/7, or print it out and give to them in person. (Please be sure to let the person know you’ve sent one so they can check their junk folder just in case!)

ONLINE: Enter the code GIFT10 at checkout to apply the 10% discount
IN STORE: Please purchase in a store & mention this exclusive offer.

No buying limit. Gift cards valid for 12 months. Gift cards purchased online can be redeemed online only. Gift cards purchased in store can be redeemed in any of their  stores.

 

Don’t forget, too, that the Functional Nutrition Academy is offering 15% off all courses for their February 2019 intake PLUS the chance to win a Macbook Air when you enrol & pay in full by 20th January, 2019.  Perfect whether you just want to know more about the best way to nourish your family with the ‘Introduction to Nutrition’ course, or you want to start a career as a Health Coach with the full program.

 

The other thing you may find valuable is the upcoming Herbs & Essential Oils Bundle, where for two days only, you can save 95% on an amazing collection of 34 resources that will help you to safely and confidently utilise herbs and essential oils to support the health of you and your family.  See the timer below to know when the sale goes live, and keep an eye on my Facebook page for a reminder.

Get your bundle now!

 

My wish for you is a happy, healthy, vibrant and abundant New Year.  If at any time you feel like you need some extra support to get there, feel free to contact me to send a message or book your complimentary 20 minute call, and join The Healthy Household group on Facebook to become part our community.  Here’s to your best year yet! 🙂

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This post/site may contain Affiliate links or links to my Independent Advocate store. By clicking these links, you pay no more for the products/services, but I will receive a commission on purchases to keep this site running & support my family (thank you!).  I will never promote any products or services that I would not be happy to use myself.

This website is owned and operated by an independent InnerOrigin Advocate and is not endorsed by InnerOrigin Pty Ltd or InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their respective associated companies. Any opinions expressed on this website are made by, and are the responsibility of, the individual Advocate and should not be construed as a representation of the opinions of InnerOrigin Pty Ltd, InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their associated companies.

Study Functional Nutrition in 2019

Study Functional Nutrition in 2019

Thinking about studying Nutrition and starting the New Year following your passion in health and wellness?

Whether you just want to learn the best way to feed your family, want to learn a new skill to complement your current work or want to start your own business as a Health Coach, the Functional Nutrition Academy offers Internationally accredited online nutrition courses: science-based health care that is built on a vitalistic philosophy of food and nutrition.

Study online, anytime, any place and help people transform their health, bodies and lives. The full course (Package 2) includes a 6 week online Applied Business course for graduates that provides the business tools to assist in implementing, starting and growing your business.

Enrolments are now open for the February 2019 intake. If you enrol in any course and pay in full before the 18th of January 2019, you’ll go into the draw to win a Macbook Air!

You will receive:

1 entry when you purchase the Introduction to Nutrition Course.
5 entries when you purchase Package 1.
10 entries when you purchase Package 2.

Payment plans for the courses are available, but won’t qualify you to enter the prize draw. To get started on a Payment Plan all you need to do is click on Payment Plan and pay the $500 deposit and then they will send you an email with how to Access your Bonus.

The FNA is based in Queensland, Australia, but as the course is 100% online, you can enrol from anywhere in the world.

Click the image above to enrol now or watch a Q&A video where Cyndi talks more about the courses.

 

Functional Nutrition Course 2019 | www.unitywellness.com.au

 

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Unity Wellness provides health-related information to assist people in making their own choices.  While we have exercised due care to ensure the accuracy of the information on this site, it is not intended to be used as medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professional’s advice.  Unity Wellness does not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on the information provided on this website.

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This post/site may contain Affiliate links or links to my Independent Advocate store. By clicking these links, you pay no more for the products/services, but I will receive a commission on purchases to keep this site running & support my family (thank you!).  I will never promote any products or services that I would not be happy to use myself.

This website is owned and operated by an independent InnerOrigin Advocate and is not endorsed by InnerOrigin Pty Ltd or InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their respective associated companies. Any opinions expressed on this website are made by, and are the responsibility of, the individual Advocate and should not be construed as a representation of the opinions of InnerOrigin Pty Ltd, InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their associated companies.

Healthy Christmas Gift Ideas 2018

Healthy Christmas Gift Ideas 2018

If your kids are anything like mine, you’ve been hearing the Christmas countdown for a few months.  I’ve been fobbing them off until now, not being even remotely interested in hearing how many weeks or days (we’re not quite down to hours and seconds yet) until Christmas.  However, now we’re half-way through November, it’s time to start getting organised.

The thought of going to the shops with a 4yo who wants ALLLLLLL the things fills me with dread!  I always end up buying all sorts of things that aren’t actually what I went to buy and at this time of year, there’s plenty of things on shelves to get their attention.

Thankfully, I am able to get pretty much everything I need online and support some great ethical, Australian businesses in the process.  If you’re looking for presents that also deliver the gift of good health this year, check out the catalogue below.  With ideas to suit all tastes and budgets, it’s a smart way to shop because you can order from anywhere, anytime, and have everything delivered to your door.  Sooooo much easier!

Just select ‘Sign Up’ at the top of the marketplace homepage to register for a free customer account.  You’ll receive a discount voucher by email that will give you Free Shipping on your first order if you spend $99+, which you might like to take advantage of if you have a few gifts to buy.

If you need assistance with finding just the right thing, feel free to contact me or book a free 20 minute call via phone or Zoom.

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A bonus free gift for you!

 

Would you like a FREE Holiday Recipe Guide with 33 delicious, healthy recipes from people such as Chef Pete Evans, David Wolfe, Therese Kerr, Kirk Pengilly & more? Perfect for entertaining or just keeping your energy levels up over the Holiday period.

Just visit InnerOrigin & sign up for a FREE customer account and your FREE Recipe Guide will be emailed to you  😀  (AU & NZ residents only).

 

Free 2018 Holiday Recipe Guide | www.unitywellness.com.au

 

 

2018 Healthy Christmas Gift Guide | www.unitywellness.com.au

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Unity Wellness provides health-related information to assist people in making their own choices.  While we have exercised due care to ensure the accuracy of the information on this site, it is not intended to be used as medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professional’s advice.  Unity Wellness does not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on the information provided on this website.

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This post/site may contain Affiliate links or links to my Independent Advocate store. By clicking these links, you pay no more for the products/services, but I will receive a commission on purchases to keep this site running & support my family (thank you!).  I will never promote any products or services that I would not be happy to use myself.

This website is owned and operated by an independent InnerOrigin Advocate and is not endorsed by InnerOrigin Pty Ltd or InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their respective associated companies. Any opinions expressed on this website are made by, and are the responsibility of, the individual Advocate and should not be construed as a representation of the opinions of InnerOrigin Pty Ltd, InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their associated companies.

Hooray for Hemp Oil

Hooray for Hemp Oil

Hemp oil has been getting much more attention in recent years, thanks to a dedicated group of people wanting the right to legally grow industrial hemp, but there’s still some confusion between the various products available from this plant genus.  Let’s look at the differences.

Hemp Oil vs CBD oil vs Marijuana

Hemp & marijuana both come from the Cannabis Sativa plant, however they are different varieties with differing levels of chemical compounds.  Marijuana used for psychoactive properties is higher in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which when heated (through smoking or cooking) is what gives the “high” normally associated with this plant species. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the 113 cannabinoids found in this plant and CBD oil is what most people are talking about when they refer to “medicinal marijuana”, which is used to alleviate anxiety, pain & depression.  Some cancer patients also find it useful.  It is generally made using the whole plant, utilising a solvent such as alcohol to extract the CBD, with the alcohol mostly removed through heating.  This results in a thick, resinous oil that is higher in CBD & low in THC. Hemp, on the other hand, contains lower amounts of THC and other cannabinoids, so does not produce psychoactive effects.  Hemp oil is pressed from the seeds, resulting in a clear green oil with a distinctive grassy aroma & taste that contains no THC, CBD or other psychoactive compounds.

Benefits of Hemp Oil

Hemp seed oil is rich in essential fatty acids that our body needs to maintain cell wall structure, maintain an effective skin barrier, regulate cholesterol production and maintain hormonal balance.  Hemp seed oil has the perfect balance of omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids to modulate inflammation in the body. Hemp oil can be used both internally and externally, although there are different laws around the world regarding the ingestion of hemp products.  In fact, eating hemp foods has only been legal in Australia since November 12th, 2017, whereas previously hemp was covered by the same prohibitive laws as marijuana.  The range of hemp foods on the market now includes not only hemp seed oil, but hemp seeds, hemp powder, vegan protein powder with reishi mushroom & hemp protein, even a kombucha homebrew kit with hemp seed oil.

Benefits are skin deep

As a woman in her mid-40’s that has lived with eczema & sensitive skin for most of those years, I just want to share the benefits hemp oil has on the skin and the experiences I’ve had using it.

Taken internally, hemp seed oil has been shown to both reduce skin dryness & itching in atopic dermatitis (eczema) and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, dryness & atrophy (thinning) of skin.  I’ve also been using hemp oil products externally & have found them to be non-irritating (YAY!), deeply moisturising and effective in soothing breakouts of eczema quickly.  The skin on my face has a dewiness I hadn’t seen in years.

I had the pleasure of visiting Teresa McDowell from Hemp Hemp Hooray when I visited her shop in the Adelaide Hills earlier this year.  She has been involved in lobbying governments and educating people on the benefits industrial hemp for many years.  After her first child was born, she worked in aromatherapy before going on to study therapeutic massage.  As someone who is passionate about the environment, she learnt about the many benefits of hemp as a crop and after the birth of her third child, opened a shop in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia 12 years ago, blending hemp oil with essential oils to complement her massage business.  Upon moving back to South Australia, she learnt to make emulsions and her business has grown from there.  She still blends all of her products in small batches in a specially designed room at the back of her store which visitors can view through a large window, so she has total control over the quality of the products.  There are no artificial ingredients, no petroleum oils, no allergens & no synthetic fragrance.  Just beautiful, effective natural ingredients combining the therapeutic effects of organic hemp oil and pure essential oils.

 

 

Her range is simple but effective, utilising a 2-step process to care for skin.  First, there is a Cleansing Cream that reminds me a little of the cold cream I remember my Mum and Grandmother using when I was young – albeit in a pump bottle and made without the mineral oil and synthetic fragrance.  It easily removes make-up and can be used in combination with the hemp fibre face washer to gently exfoliate the skin.  The face washer is also great to use all over the body when showering.

Step 2 is your choice of moisturiser.  The Night Cream is a really rich moisturiser that gives you an extra boost of skin nourishment at night, or it can be used in the day if you have super-dry skin, which is what Teresa does.  With jasmine, frankincense and palmarosa essential oils, it is also balances your skin, so is equally suited to those with irritated or greasy skin.  The Vitamins A, D, E & F are particularly helpful for sun damaged skin.  Because it is so rich, you only need a tiny amount, so a jar lasts for ages.

The Daily Moisturiser is great for normal/dry/aging skin, combining hemp oil, almond oil and shea butter with the therapeutic benefits of rose and patchouli essential oils.  This is the one I like to use best and it’s great under mineral make-up, ensuring there are no dry patches of skin. Finally, there’s the Skin Soothe cream.  This has a witch hazel base, so is great for oily and combination skin, as well as those prone to acne (check out the Natural Acne Care Pack). The astringent properties of the witch hazel also make this cream a great aftershave moisturiser and many people (including myself) have found it fantastic on eczema, burns, skin ulcers, chicken pox and other compromised skin conditions.  It’s one of those multi-purpose creams that is a must-have in your home first aid kit.

If you want a specific eye cream, Teresa has just released her Precious Eye Emulsion with hemp seed oil, shea butter, aloe vera & chamomile to refresh & revitalise tired eyes (you can read more about it HERE).  She’s also created her ‘Floral Fire’ Body Lotion with a nurturing blend of organic hemp oil, jojoba, apricot kernel oils, shea and cocoa butters, along with certified essential oils of lavender, geranium & patchouli to relax the body, balance hormones & soothe dry, itchy skin.

I’m one of those “canaries in the coal mine”, often reacting to “hypoallergenic” products that other people seem fine with, but this range has been brilliant & I can’t recommend them highly enough.  As a bonus, you can get them HERE at 20% off RRP until the end of November 2018. Just click ‘Log In’ on the page to create your free account before you add products to your cart, and check your emails after signing up as you’ll receive a message with a discount code for Free Shipping if you spend $99+ on your first order. With Christmas only a couple of months away, these products also make beautiful gifts for teens through to great grandparents.  Be sure to have a look at some of the other things available in-store while you’re there.

 

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Unity Wellness provides health-related information to assist people in making their own choices.  While we have exercised due care to ensure the accuracy of the information on this site, it is not intended to be used as medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professional’s advice.  Unity Wellness does not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on the information provided on this website.

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This post/site may contain Affiliate links or links to my Independent Advocate store. By clicking these links, you pay no more for the products/services, but I will receive a commission on purchases to keep this site running & support my family (thank you!).  I will never promote any products or services that I would not be happy to use myself.

This website is owned and operated by an independent InnerOrigin Advocate and is not endorsed by InnerOrigin Pty Ltd or InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their respective associated companies. Any opinions expressed on this website are made by, and are the responsibility of, the individual Advocate and should not be construed as a representation of the opinions of InnerOrigin Pty Ltd, InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their associated companies.

Self Care for Busy Women: Part 2

Self Care for Busy Women: Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of Self Care for Busy Women. 

 

If you haven’t read Part 1, you can find it HERE.

 

Earlier today, someone posted in a Facebook group I’m in, saying how her feed in the past week had been filled with posts about self-care.  There have also been a number of posts across various platforms talking about planetary factors, with 5 planets in retrograde at the same time, the full moon & the lunar eclipse and that a lot of people will be feeling the need to just slow down, not to take on too much and just assess where life’s at and where they want to go.  It’s a time to forgive and move on from the past, learning from the lessons rather than getting caught up in “shoulds” and doing things the way they have always been done.

This is a great time to schedule in some more self-care so you can have the energy to move forward towards that balance and bliss we all seek.

One point that was raised on the Facebook post was that self-care comes with a large degree of privilege.  Women who have great support networks or have the financial means are more able take the time to look after themselves, compared to a single mama who’s solely responsible for the care and support of herself and her children.  There’s absolutely no denying that reality, and they are often the people who need self-care the most.  Conversely, it’s not uncommon for partnered women to feel they have to ask someone else’s permission, sometimes begging, for time to do things for themselves, by themselves, even for something as simple as having a shower without interruptions.  It is so easy to get caught up in doing all the things for others which is why we hear so many woman say they’ve lost their identity; they’ve forgotten who they wanted to be and what it is that used to make them happy, or they just can’t see any way to fit those hobbies into their lives any longer.  If they do get some time for themselves, they often don’t know what to do first, or are wracked with guilt.

Whilst dreams of fame, creating or luxuriating on a tropical beach with a personal cocktail waiter/waitress at your beck and call may be temporarily put on hold, there are a few more things you can do to regain some sanity & feel more replenished.

 

6) Warmth

When you are chronically stressed and/or over-worked, your adrenal glands take an absolute beating.  Our bodies were not designed to cope with sustained stressors and continually high levels of cortisol will lead to adrenal exhaustion, much in the same way that high blood sugar levels will lead to insulin resistance.   Chronically elevated cortisol will also affect your sex hormones, contributing to loss of libido, infertility & accelerated aging.

In Eastern health philosophies, there’s a balance of energies – warming/cooling, damp/dry, yin/yang.  When supporting adrenal function, warmth is important.  You want to make sure the kidney/adrenal area of your back is always covered, away from cold, damp breezes.  Keep your feet warm and dress so you are comfortably warm at all times.  Drink warm drinks (herbal teas, bone broth or vegetable broth are all good) and choose lightly cooked vegetables over raw foods & salad, particularly in Winter months when your body is already putting so much energy into just keeping you warm.

The other thing in Winter is to get out in the sun when possible.  Keeping your torso well covered, then expose as much of your arms & face to the sun as you can to help maintain Vitamin D levels.  This will help your hormonal balance, reduce the chances of getting the flu & improve your mood.  If you have North-facing windows in your house, make like a cat & curl up for a while when you can.  (If you live far from the equator or have problems converting vitamin D, you may benefit from a vitamin D supplement, along with magnesium that the body uses to properly utilise the vitamin D).

 

7) Brain-dump / Write it down

I was at a business mastermind group recently when a friend wisely said, “the brain is for creating ideas, not storing them”.  Who hasn’t woken up at 3am with some marvelous idea, or laid awake for hours with thoughts & ideas abuzz, wishing their brain would STFU? One solution is to sit down and just write it ALL out.  Anything that comes to mind.  It does not need to make sense or follow a structure.  It just needs to get out of your head.  Ideally, you’ll do this with a pen and paper, as there’s something that happens in the sub-conscious when you hand-write things, but you could also type it out if preferred.  Often you’ll be surprised by what you’ve written as things come out that you’re not always conscious of, but by getting those thoughts written down, you don’t have to waste brain power trying to remember all the things.  The result will be less stress & better sleep, which will mean even less stress & better sleep.

Whilst on the subject of writing things down, it can be useful to spend a few minutes each night writing a to-do list for the next day, starting with the things you are least enthused about.  Getting those out of the way early means your day is always going to get better  😉 Finish the day by noting three things you were grateful for that day.  By combining those two things, you won’t be laying awake trying to remember everything you have to do and the last thing your subconscious will remember are the positive thoughts.

 

8) Calm the Farm

Another really effective way to increase that feeling of calm & wellbeing is meditation.  That does not have to mean hours sitting in the lotus position, although you can certainly do that if you’re so inclined.  For the average busy woman, though, 10-30 mins a day is probably far more realistic.  This can be done in several ways; through concentrating on your breath only and letting other thoughts just pass on through, by listening to a guided meditation or some relaxing music or by listening to a yoga nidra recording (AKA yogic sleep, where 1 hour of practice is equivalent to 3 hours of sleep).  There are some fantastic professional sound healing meditations available, or check out YouTube for a heap of free options to suit any taste.

Anytime you feel your blood starting to boil, stop whatever you’re doing & take 5 deep belly breaths.  This only takes a minute and will balance your sympathetic & parasympathetic nervous system so you’re no longer in that ‘fight or flight’ mode.

 

9) Exercise

Now, I know not everyone is going to class exercise as self-care, but it IS an important factor in optimising both physical & mental health.  Aim for half an hour a day, remembering that can be broken up to 3 x 10min sessions if need be.

To make sure it becomes part of your routine, find something you love to do.  Walking, jogging, dancing, cycling, team sport or my favourite, yoga.  If you do have chronic stress issues, start with a gentle walk, some restorative yoga or tai chi.  Even though exercise is beneficial, an already exhausted body can see it as an additional stressor, so launching straight into cross-fit is probably not the best way to get started.  Build up to that 😉

 

10) Bodywork

I have met very few people in my life who don’t enjoy some form of bodywork – massage, reflexology, Bowen therapy, osteopathy, chiropractic, Bodytalk, etc.  Some of these can be more difficult to fit in, especially if you don’t have someone to look after the kids for an hour or two.  However, if you are able to schedule in a treatment every few weeks, it can make a massive difference to the way you feel.

In Part 1, I mentioned my health crisis a couple of years ago.  As it was affecting my nervous system so significantly, I chose to visit a Chiropractor who was able to calm the sympathetic response.  I continue to visit him regularly for preventative care and as each treatment only takes a few minutes, it’s something I can take my kids to.  Not exactly the same as an uninterrupted hour-long massage, but the key message here is to do what you can with the time and resources you have.

 

There will always be responsibilities or people competing for your attention, time and energy.  To use a cliché, you can’t pour from an empty cup, so it’s often more about making time rather than finding time to do the things that will fill your cup.  It may be one of the 10 things I’ve suggested across the two posts, or you might have your own way that works for you.  The trick is to make it a priority, a habit, not something you do as an after-thought.

Doing things that nourish your body, mind & soul will have flow-on effects to those around you.  Not only will you be calmer and more able to cope with the challenges of life, you’ll be teaching others to value themselves.  While I was writing this post, my 4yo did a couple of rounds of deep breathing to overcome some anxiety she was feeling and she’s now doing a yoga session – all unprompted.  By showing our kids that our needs matter, they will grow up knowing that their needs matter.  It’s win-win!

Comment below with your favourite way to fill your cup and share this post with others who may need a reminder that they matter, too.

 

Nyree xx

 

MEDICAL DISCLAIMER

Unity Wellness provides health-related information to assist people in making their own choices.  While we have exercised due care to ensure the accuracy of the information on this site, it is not intended to be used as medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professional’s advice.  Unity Wellness does not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on the information provided on this website.

AFFILIATE LINKS

This post/site may contain Affliate links or links to my Independent Advocate store. By clicking these links, you pay no more for the products/services, but I will receive a commission on purchases to keep this site running & support my family (thank you!).  I will never promote any products or services that I would not be happy to use myself.

This website is owned and operated by an independent InnerOrigin Advocate and is not endorsed by InnerOrigin Pty Ltd or InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their respective associated companies. Any opinions expressed on this website are made by, and are the responsibility of, the individual Advocate and should not be construed as a representation of the opinions of InnerOrigin Pty Ltd, InnerOrigin Australia Pty Ltd or any of their associated companies.