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The Dubbo Weekender
With a growing legion of devoted followers, the Paleo or “caveman” diet has taken the nutritional world by storm, with devotees claiming its value as a healthy lifestyle choice, while detractors say there are significant dangers inherent in in strictly adhering to the diet’s tenets. So which is it – miracle or myth? Or a bit of both? Margaret Hayes, practicing dietician and spokesperson for the Dieticians Association of Australia, and Kate Wright, author and health coach, weigh in on the debate.
The Weekender - Debate - Paleo Phenomenon P1 The Dubbo Weekender - Debate - The Paleo Phenomenon, with Margaret Hays for the Dietitian's Association of Australia and Kate Wright from Inspired Mood
Dubbo Photo News
When it comes to working for what you want, and doing so with a positive attitude in tow, local ladies Kate Wright and Amanda Parish don’t just talk the talk, they walk the walk.
Dubbo Photo News article - Kate and Amanda on finding an inspired life
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