Nutrition & Wellbeing

Go Green!

Unfortunately, this blog post isn’t about to tell you to start eating M&M’s but we’re pleased that the picture got you to click on the link! For the past few years, we have been inundated with recipes for green smoothies and ads for green nutrition powders so what’s all the fuss about? Can colour of […]

Eating Seasonally

Eating seasonally is the way we were meant to eat and is easy once you know what you are looking for. You simply eat foods that are being grown and harvested at the time of year when you buy and cook them. So why is it better for us? There is more to this style […]

Gluten Free DIet

‘Gluten Free’ is Not a Health Kick or a Fad Diet

Gluten Free…GF…we’ve all seen this cropping up on menu’s, café signs, loaves of bread, in supermarket shelves and even on packets of…rice? Being Coeliac for the past decade, I have become very used to ordering gluten free food to ensure that I don’t suffer the pains and unfortunate reactions that coeliac sufferers experience after being […]

Gut Health – Why It’s Important and How to Achieve It!

Hippocrates, traditionally regarded as the father of medicine, certainly was on to something back in the BC days of early medicine. It is now very widely accepted that he was correct in his assertion that “All disease begins in the gut”. Just as an aside, Hippocrates also said that “Wine is an appropriate article for mankind, both […]


Meal Preparation – The 6 P’s!

Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance! As we have written about before at Logic Health and Nutrition, you can’t out-train a bad diet and your nutrition is just as crucial to your strength and fitness as your daily WOD’s. A key part of a healthy eating lifestyle is planning! One thing I can guarantee you […]

Spring Clean

Time for a Spring Clean?

If your last few months have been anything like ours, you may have spent the winter months in hibernation moving too little and indulging just a little too much. A bad flu season has provided excuses for more nights on the couch and less time training or being outdoors. Winter menu’s also tend to me […]


Superfoods v Super Foods

I was walking around the Noosa Farmers Markets a few weeks ago and shared a smoothie purchased from one of the stands. I hadn’t realised until after that this was a ‘Superfood Smoothie consisting of a number of items, one of which was Maca Root Powder. Magazines articles, social media and the like have driven […]


Fuel Your Workout

As a Personal Trainer, one of the most common questions I was asked by my clients was “What do I eat before a workout to get the most out of training?” Back in the day, prior to my knowledge and research regarding the impact of grains and sugars on our bodies, I would recommend the […]


Fuel Your Recovery

Post workout nutrition has three basic purposes – to replenish glycogen stores, to decrease protein breakdown and increase protein synthesis. In simple terms this means that we are looking to replenish energy, increase muscle and repair damage done during the workout. Yep, that’s right – damage done during the workout! This is a principle that […]

Healthy Hormones

Hormones…. moody teenagers, spotty skin, monthly source of relationship stress, gateway to fertility, necessary for health and happiness! The hormones that circulate through our body are essential for our health and wellbeing, however, keeping them balanced can be tricky business in today’s high paced world full of financial and job stresses, long days at work, […]