Embrace Age

At Nutra-Life we believe that we shouldn’t fear growing older, we should embrace it! We all accumulate a lifetime of unique experiences and memories that continue to shape who we are.

This series will have a look at women across various backgrounds and how they have learnt to cast away the negative connotations to embrace their age, as well as provide some helpful tips to maintain your health along the way.

November 13, 2018

Should we change our fitness routine as we age?

Should we change our fitness routine as we age? As we age, our bodies start showing signs of ageing as muscle function, healing ability, and blood flow start slowing down. As such, we should be looking at redefining our fitness routines every decade or so, as what worked for our bodies when we were in our twenties and thirties may not be as effective – or even damaging – in […]
November 5, 2018
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Embrace Age – The Podcast – Ep 1: Put Yourself First

Nutra-Life presents Embrace Age, an interview series hosted by model, stylist and Embrace Age advocate, Mel Brady (Instagram). Each week, Mel speaks to women who are TAKING CHARGE and LIVING WELL. In the this episode, Mel chats to yogi and wellness coach Fiona Goldsmith (Instagram) about life after divorce, the cosmetic benefits of meditation and the importance of putting yourself first.
November 5, 2018
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Embrace Age – The Podcast – Ep 2: Ambition Before Beauty

Nutra-Life presents Embrace Age, an interview series hosted by model, stylist and Embrace Age advocate, Mel Brady Each week, Mel speaks to women who are TAKING CHARGE and LIVING WELL. In this episode, Mel chats to yogi and wellness coach Fiona Goldsmith about life after divorce, the cosmetic benefits of meditation and the importance of putting yourself first.
November 5, 2018

Embrace Age, The Youtube Series Ep 1: Put Yourself First

Nutra-Life presents Embrace Age, an interview series hosted by model, stylist and Embrace Age advocate, Mel Brady
November 5, 2018

Embrace Age, The Youtube Series Ep 2: Ambition Before Beauty

Nutra-Life presents Embrace Age, an interview series hosted by model, stylist and Embrace Age advocate, Mel Brady In the latest episode, Mel chats to Wendy Jackman Mace, creative director of Australia’s leading independent creative media agency, Cummins & Partners about topics such as confidence, self-image and finding your personal style with the help of a professional.
July 18, 2017
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4 Tips for Building Better Heart Health

Better heart health = better life quality Your heart is probably the hardest-working muscle in your body. With each beat, this fist-sized organ pumps blood to every cell from your head to your toes. That blood carries vital nutrients and oxygen to all your cells, then collects waste products and toxins so that they can be eliminated.
July 18, 2017
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4 simple food swaps that to help keep your energy levels up

Wish your energy levels were higher? It all starts with your cells… If you regularly wake up tired, and then end each day sprawled out on the couch, you’ve probably wished for more energy. To make that happen, it helps to understand your body’s energy-production process. If you zoom in to a cellular level, you’ll find that every single cell in your body contains several little organelles called mitochondria.
June 1, 2017
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Which Foods Can Boost Your Memory

There’s no argument that physical and cognitive exercise can benefit your mental ability. However, why stop there? Just like topping up your car with a specific type of fuel for the best performance, you should feed your body with the appropriate foods for optimum functioning. Part of preventing the risks of certain health conditions is to maintain your body’s wellbeing in the best way possible.
May 8, 2014
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The Best Foods to Eat to Help Lower Your Blood Pressure

Throughout your life, it’s likely you’ll be faced with complications with your blood pressure. In most cases, it’ll be higher rather than lower, but extremes in both aren’t doing great favours for your healthy lifestyle. The Australian Heart Foundation found that in 2011‐12, the number of Australians who had high blood pressure increased with age.