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BETTER DIET FOR BETTER HEALTH

Our unique approach to personal well-being relies on the perfect blend of good, purposeful exercise with a healthy, nutritional diet. We call it Macro HealthTM and below are some top tips to support you with your wellness goals. Plus check out our 100&TEN restaurant for more healthy meals and bespoke menu plans.

DAILY DIETARY HABITS

DAILY DIETARY HABITS

What we choose to put on the end of our fork has a huge impact on how we...

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100 CALORIE SNACKS

100 CALORIE SNACKS

Eating healthily doesn’t mean the only snacks you can have are plain Ryvitas or sticks of celery...

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FOOD FOR WORKOUTS

FOOD FOR WORKOUTS

Let's face it – healthy eating is confusing. Studies are all over the place (one day eggs are bad...

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KEEPING HYDRATED

KEEPING HYDRATED

Your body is mostly made up of water – nearly two-thirds – so it’s important to keep hydrated. Hydration...

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HEALTHY BITES

HEALTHY BITES

We all lead busy lives and sometimes when we are out on the road or in between jobs...

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100&TEN OPTIONS

100&TEN OPTIONS

At our 100&TEN restaurant & juice bar, there are a range of nutritional options to eat and drink. To...

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Trainer's Top Tips

Lara Bogdanovic
Yoga Instructor

Lara Bogdanovic

Lara is a caring and nurturing teacher with more than 500 Hrs of yoga training in India and Bali...

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After many years teaching and inspiring students in the gentle art of Yoga, Lara truly believes that the way to ultimate harmony is to balance robust exercise with healthier eating habits. To achieve a more rounded approach to well-being and to reap the obvious personal rewards!

“I’m a fan of eating an unprocessed diet. Natural, real foods are the way to go and, for me, that means a heavily plant-based diet. I don't count calories or eat at scheduled times; instead, I listen to my body and eat whole foods like nuts, fruits, vegetables and meats. I am gluten-free but what people don’t often realize is that simply eating an unprocessed diet means eating gluten-free, since there's no gluten in meat, nuts, fruits, vegetables or fats. If you're eating a lot of natural foods that are good for you, over time, it will result in lower body fat levels.”