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Get your Rear into Gear

One simple ingredient helps prevent obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, colon cancer, colonic diverticulitis and constipation?


Women need between 25 and 30 grams of fibre each day and your morning bowl of cereal isn’t enough! Most Aussie women are woefully deficient in the potentially life saving roughage.

So here are some high-fiber, low-cal snacks you can nosh on to make sure you’re getting your fill of fibre for the day.


Sonia McNaughton

Naturopath & Medical Herbalist ANTA 12369


For more information:

Book with Sonia:  (02) 4968 2157


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