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Resveratrol – reversing the toll

Resveratrol – reversing the tollDr Kowalski is the author of the booklet with the same name as the title of this blog and I happened to re-read it the other day. George is also my business partner in Kakadu International Pty Ltd. Re-reading the booklet reminded me how much the science of antioxidants has come in Read More …

Weight Loss with Superfoods

Weight Loss with SuperfoodsI have added some new videos to this site which explain why we are getting fatter as a society. Check it out for your health. Click here to gain access after registering. You will also be able to download my ebooks, The Perfect Diet and The Wild Weightloss Way from the site. Incidentally, by following the guide, Read More …

Tribute to Sibylla Hess-Buschmann

A tribute to Sibylla Hess-BuschmannThe world lost a great woman on Friday, 28th May 2010, when Sibylla Hess-Buschmann passed away after losing her battle with cancer. She leaves behind two sons, Boyd and Shawn her long time life partner, husband Guenther Buschmann as well as her brother Arno Hess and family and a great many Read More …

Extended shelf life, reduced waste for fresh produce

Extended shelf life, reduced waste for fresh produceHospitality Directory has given me some air with a product review on Herbal-Active®. My natural antimicrobial is ideal for berries, cherries, stone fruits and melons; vegetables such as zucchini and cucumbers and even tomatoes which can harbour molds which can then contaminate tomato sauces and pastes made from un-dipped tomatoes. It’s Read More …

Lemon wedges – another job for Herbal-Active®

Lemon wedges – another job for Herbal-Active®Here’s an interesting piece of research which initially took me aback and then made perfect sense. Out of a bunch of restaurants in which lemon wedges on drinks were microbiologically tested, 77% returned high populations of food borne disease organisms including faecal bacteria on the lemons in our drinks. For me, Read More …

Grow bush tucker and they will buy – not.

Grow bush tucker and they will buy – not.The following is reproduced from the ABC News website: Gardens program aims to increase bush tucker demand It is hoped a new training program will increase international demand for Aboriginal bush tucker. The Western Australian Government hopes its Community Gardens Program will increase the export quantities of both traditional produce like Read More …

Australian fruits, herbs and spices for your own Best Backyard

Australian fruits, herbs and spices for your own Best BackyardAustralian fruits are in the press again because of recent research by the CSIRO confirming work we conducted at Charles Sturt University last year. This showed that a range of red, crimson to purple Australian fruits have astronomic levels of antioxidants, particularly the nutritious anthocyanins and Read More …

Additives of food cause hyperactivity reactions

Additives of food cause hyperactivity reactionsA recent article about a new, carefully controlled study on sodium benzoate (a common food preservative) and food colourings in foods showed that some artificial additives increase hyperactivity and decrease attention span in a wide range of children, not just those for whom over-activity has been diagnosed as a learning Read More …

Functional food as a Natural Preservative

Functional food as a Natural PreservativeI have spent years scouring the literature, supervising and advising post-graduate projects in research and conducting benchtop trials on natural preservatives and the anti-microbial properties of extracts of a range of indigenous Australian herbs. Finally, I have formulated a food flavouring I call Herbal-Active® which just happens to be strongly anti-microbial at the Read More …