Integrative Functional Nutritional Therapist & Lifestyle Coach
Post Grad Dip Clinical Nutrition, International Academy of Nutrition, Sydney, Australia
Diploma: in Functional Medicine, IFM, USA
Graduate: Applied Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice, IFM (USA) 2012
Diploma: Nutritional Supplementation, International Academy of Nutrition, Sydney, Australia
Winner: SA's Most Influential Women in Business & Government, 2009/2010;
Member SAANT; Member Institute for Functional Medicine, USA
Certified LifeWave Practitioner ~

Thank you for your great letters of testimony again this month - what a blessing you are to me! Please
keep those wonderful letters coming - they fill me with such joy to know you are getting well. I've also
had so many emails lately on the huge value of our Patches that people are using, and the vast
improvements in various health conditions - I'm blown away! Plus loads of people losing masses of
weight without hunger and loving their new diet! Wow - really rewarding to hear from you - thanks so
much for writing in. No space for the testimonies this month though - maybe next month.
EVENTS: Weight Loss "Spoily" Morning - 17th July
We had a lovely morning at a gorgeous venue for the Weight Loss Talk on the 29th May, and as we
have many people wanting to attend another one, there will be one held on 17th July at 8.30am at
the same venue (and probably others if the numbers are anything to go by). This is the latest healthy
'diet' information around, and works like a dream - get healthy and lose weight without any hunger,
while eating the most delicious food on the planet. Studies show that this is about the only way to get
slim, look after your heart, cholesterol, blood sugar, and just about everything else. Really
remarkable! There is no deprivation and no, it's not a fad, I promise! Contact us on (021) 794-3052 or
email us on and we'll send you an invitation. Unfortunately there is room
for only 30 people as I like small intimate breakfasts and cosy gatherings, so first come first served.
Let me tell you more about this event.

We will start with a wonderful 3-course breakfast (come hungry!) - the scrummiest, healthy food you
never thought you could ever eat and still lose weight - in a 5-star guest house, with a gorgeous
garden, and in a beautiful setting. We'll then commence the talk after breakfast and be finished
around 11am; linger if you like. Hope you can join us! A pack of notes, recipes and guidelines will be given
out to attendees. [This one will be slightly different from the one last week - it's the "new improved" version so I
don't get bored. I never repeat the same talk - ever. I change it every time I do it, & add new information.]
He that but looketh on a plate of ham and eggs to lust after it hath already
committed breakfast with it in his heart
- CS Lewis
June Contents:
- Weight Loss Morning (July) - Did you Know this about Vitamin B12?
- Cholesterol (Consider this) - Latest study on Saturated Fat & Cholesterol (it may surprise you)
- Smile - Videos of the Month (good ones!)
- Sally-Ann's Green Drink Recipe - Salmon in an Almond Flour Crust (way too yummy)
- Contents of May E-Mag - June Special: Goji Berries and Sundried Tomatoes less 25%

Did You Know?
Plant foods said to contain B12 actually contain B12 analogues (cobamides) that block intake of, &
increase need for, B12
Not much good! Animal protein is the only "complete" and sensible protein to
eat; the rest is a waste of time.
Cholesterol - Consider This:
- Cholesterol is essential for mobility and a healthy nervous system
- Plants contain no cholesterol
- Plants can’t move
- Plants don’t have a nervous system - Cholesterol is to animals what chlorophyll is to plants - Cholesterol is good, essential, normal and healthy!
Try to be like the turtle, at ease in your own shell - Bill Copeland

Latest NEW Study (May 2013): NO Link between Saturated Fat & High
If you are not convinced yet regarding saturated fat, high cholesterol and heart disease then I suggest
you click on the link below and read this review from the journal - Advances in Nutrition May 2013.
Here we have again yet another review of the literature stating that - the influence of dietary fats on
serum cholesterol has been overstated, and the connection of saturated fats causing heart disease is
still missing, this study makes the author wonder how saturated fats got such a bad reputation in the
health literature. What a delicious piece of news for the nutritionists (like me!) that have been saying
this all along. It truly excites me no end - hope you are excited too? It’s well worth the read and then
pass it on to family members who are still eating margarine, and who are terrified of saturated fat.
This is GOOD news!!!
Smile:still one of my all-time favourites
Videos of the Month
Big Sugar
– superb documentary on how the slave trade was based onHere's another great one : Eat Agave and
Goji Berries
& Sundried Tomatoes - Less 25% as we are redoing our price list in time for our new
website, so you benefit. Phone or email us onfor a full pricelist. (Special
prices for health stores too)

No Science to Back the "Blood Group Diet"
Well of course we have known this for ages but now it’s official – there is no science to back this fad -
so say Belgian researchers who tried their best to find some evidence to support it in nearly 1500
research papers. There simply is none. The professionals already knew this, says study's senior
author, Dr Philippe Vandekerckhove at the Belgian Red Cross-Flanders in Mechelen. The blood type
diet is al based on evolution anyway, and long ago proved dead in the water. D’Adamo even agrees
there is no direct research on the subject - it’s nothing more than theory (and a bad theory at that). I
personally suspect it is due to removing most of the junk food if any effect is felt by anyone. (American
Journal of Clinical Nutrition, May 22, 2013)

I'm living so far beyond my income that we may almost be said to be living
– EE Cummings
Sally-Ann's Green Drink Recipe:
Last month's testimony by Barbara elicited so many calls and letters as to what was in the Green
Drink she mentioned I gave her was and to her wonderful health response to it, I said I'd put it into this
newsletter. Very simple really! Get your blender out, pour in about 1/2 a cup of water and
then as you blend, add in as many different green leaves as you can find from spinach to celery, kale,
bok choy, watercress (my favourite), and even a little cucumber and avo - anything green, and drink.
Not delicious at all, but don't add fruit and don't extract the juice - "eat" the whole smoothie.
Study Nutrition from Home (3 courses to choose from)
International Diploma in Clinical Nutrition (International Academy of Nutrition in Australia) (1-2
Diploma in Nutritional Supplementation - (3-6 months) incredible for health store
owners/salespeople and those wanting to understand and correctly use any kind of nutritional
supplements [Both courses written by the world-famous Professor Buist]

Short Courses (on-line) by Sally-Ann Creed - Nuts & Bolts No Sweat Certificate Courses
(Introductory & Advanced) - 6 months each all done by email, with a certificate at the end of each
module. Email us atfor more information on all the above courses.
Salmon in an Almond Crust
Are you either going gluten-free and/or low carb? Then this is a great recipe for you! You won't miss
the usual batter

What you need:
½ cup Creeds Almond Flour
2 Tbsp. parsley
1 Tbsp. grated organic lemon zest
1 tsp Creeds Organic Himalyan Salt
Sprinkling of Creeds Organic Black Pepper, freshly cracked
4 wild-caught salmon fillets
2 Tbsp. coconut oil or pure butter (or both)
4 cups chopped spinach or other greens
What you do with this:
Mix almond flour, parsley, lemon zest, salt and pepper on a plate.
Dredge the salmon on both sides through the almond mixture.
Heat the oil in a large pan over medium heat. Add salmon and cook for 5 minutes on each side, until
cooked through.
Serve over bed of greens and top with fresh lemon juice

A Little Taste of What's in the JUNE 2013 Subscriber E-Mag
Radical call to STOP calcium
Dangers of Veganism for your Bones
Fructose content of sweeteners
What can make you both fatandstupid
How some drugs deplete nutrients
Fructose and weight gain
Make your Own: Toothpaste and FC
Quick Health QUIZ: Deficiency
Vitamins Vegans need
Truth behind Mammograms
Saturated Fat & Metformin
Gluten-Free Code word Alert
Good Articles to Read
Video of the Month: Superb lecture
The Health Café: Something yummy…
Links I like Super clips to watch
Q & A: Restless Legs
Fun Therapy - just something to make you smile
Quote of the Month
Living Low Carb - and Loving It!
Gluten-Free & Low Carb Recipes
Spiritual Health
Healthy Pets: A healthy Doggy Diet
and more. emailto subscribe

Bye – Watch out for more Low Carb talks in the future. Stay warm, and stay blessed. God bless you,
lots of love
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