Cyndi was at lunch with beach volley ball Olympic Gold Medalist Natalie Cook and they were discussing training and commitment to a sport. Natalie had spoke about her yoga teacher who got up every morning at 4.30am to practice yoga. Natalie asked her yoga teacher whether there was ever a morning that he did not want to get up and his answer was “no”. Cyndi then asked Natalie the same question regarding her quest to get to the Olympics and getting up every morning and training and her answer was ‘no’. The Up for The Chat girls decided to explore why is it that some people are so committed to something in their life that they can’t wait to get up in the morning versus others who just want hit the snooze button over and over and sleep the day away. ... Read More. Read More
Kim, Cyndi and Carren are all pet owners – horses, cats, dogs, are found within their families. They decided to talk about pet care as Carren has a crisis with her beautiful dog Jett. The crisis hits a crescendo after 6 years of constant antibiotics, due to infections and itching. What started out as a conversation around Carren’s dog Jett and his antibiotics and treatments ends up exposing these three girls love for animals and their dedication and natural approach to the health of their pets. ... Read More. Read More
There has been a lot of misinformation on fat. The belief that fat makes you fat is the biggest fallacy of all. Kim, Carren and Cyndi discuss, everything to do with fat, going back in time as to when fat became a dirty word, learning about the research of Ancel Keys and why margarine was first made. Why does the heart foundation give it’s tick of approval to a totally manufactured food, with colours, preservatives and flavourings and why has butter been outed. Should we heat oil, what is the best oil to heat, is coconut oil good and is saturated fat a good fat or a bad fat. Are oils good for the skin and if so which ones? Listen in as the three Up For A Chat girls talk all things FAT!
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This is a very emotive topic, so Cyndi, Carren and Kim ask the question as to why it is a topic that causes anger, ridicule and creates splits in couples, families, friends and colleagues. The whole topic came about because Cyndi posted on her facebook page a study that showed a correlation between the absence of mumps and measles in childhood and the increase in autoimmune diseases. What started as something for people to think about and discuss became a very aggressive argument with everyone having a point of view. This is not about whether to vaccinate or not vaccinate this is a topic to give people information in order to choose what is the best for their children and families. Read More
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