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LIFE* – better health, immunity support, sustained energy and a whole lot more …



Life is too short to be unwell or constantly tired or to age quickly


Introducing LIFE*; a functional food blend based on wild foods of the World's longest living culture.



Sustained Energy

Reduced carb cravings

Healthy gut flora


Introducing LIFE*; a functional food blend based on wild foods of the World's longest living culture.


Good health can be a battle or a breeze


Being ill or in pain, feeling exhausted and seeing life rush past you is no fun.

Rediscover your youthful vitality. We all deserve to live long and still be full of vigour and free from the many diseases of nutrition.


I know what it's like. Turning 50 was my wake-up call. I had my first gout attacks. I was over-weight and began to notice aches and pains in joints and muscles. Fatigue, lacklustre libido, wrinkly, less elastic skin with dark spots appearing, 'sometimers' (senior's moments) and my eyesight was deteriorating.


Were these life-draining conditions inescapable facts of ageing?


Then I discovered that it didn’t need to be this way.


Research into the impressive health of Indigenous Australians, Africans and Americans in their traditional lifestyles led to a Eureka moment as I continued my own lab work at Sydney University's Human Nutrition Unit on the nutritional value of wild foods.



Let me show you how the wild foods of the World’s longest living culture can solve a lot of our health issues and wind back the clock
one teaspoonful at a time.



Is seeing your doctor like a checklist of biochemistry test results?


“BP is up.”

“You could do with losing a bit of weight.”

“Looks like you are pre-diabetic.”

“Cholesterol is a bit high.”

“Maybe we should look into your diet?”

“I see early signs of a few other things we need to address too."


I understand the reaction you feel from a future on prescription drugs but it shouldn't be a life sentence.


I have helped a lot of people address their health and ageing issues and escape the fear of becoming fragile and decrepit with a fading memory and being increasingly dependent on others for the basics of life. 


Are you ready to start on a transformational journey? The faster we begin, the better the outcomes.




Good health can be a battle or a breeze


Being ill or in pain, feeling exhausted and seeing life rush past you is no fun.

Rediscover your youthful vitality. We all deserve to live long and still be full of vigour and free from the many diseases of nutrition.


I know what it's like. Turning 50 was my wake-up call. I had my first gout attacks. I was over-weight and began to notice aches and pains in joints and muscles. Fatigue, lacklustre libido, wrinkly, less elastic skin with dark spots appearing, 'sometimers' (senior's moments) and my eyesight was deteriorating.


Were these life-draining conditions inescapable facts of ageing?


Then I discovered that it didn’t need to be this way.


Research into the impressive health of Indigenous Australians, Africans and Americans in their traditional lifestyles led to a Eureka moment as I continued my own lab work at Sydney University's Human Nutrition Unit on the nutritional value of wild foods.



Let me show you how the wild foods of the World’s longest living culture can solve a lot of our health issues and wind back the clock
one teaspoonful at a time.



Is seeing your doctor like a checklist of biochemistry test results?


“BP is up.”

“You could do with losing a bit of weight.”

“Looks like you are pre-diabetic.”

“Cholesterol is a bit high.”

“Maybe we should look into your diet?”

“I see early signs of a few other things we need to address too."


I understand the reaction you feel from a future on prescription drugs but it shouldn't be a life sentence.


I have helped a lot of people address their health and ageing issues and escape the fear of becoming fragile and decrepit with a fading memory and being increasingly dependent on others for the basics of life. 


Are you ready to start on a transformational journey? The faster we begin, the better the outcomes.



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