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Hidden Zucchini, Choc'n'Choc Chip Muffins A delicious high-fibre snack, with hidden vegetables (they'll never know they're eating healthy!). Ingredients 1 cup organic self-raising wholemeal flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 tablespoons raw cocoa 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon Pinch sea salt 1/4 cup organic maple syrup 3 tablespoons Greek yoghurt 1 egg 80 ml of milk (your choice of dairy or non dairy) 2 teaspoon vanilla 1 grated and pressed zucchini 60g dark choc chips Method Preheat the oven to 180C. Grease or line muffin tray ...

Podcast Ep. 4: Chronic Fatigue – is there a light at the end of the tunnel?

A couple of weeks ago, Triple J's HACK had a discussion about Myalgic encephalomyelitis or "ME" and some of the current challenges in treating the disorder as well as some recent scientific developments in the area. Here we ask Elizabeth to explain her thoughts on the discussion and whether she believes there is a light at the end of the tunnel for patients who continue to suffer from this debilitating...

Pain, periods and perimenopause: How dismissive doctors left me looking for a scientific approach

At 50, Jo was told to “get over” a sudden onset of debilitating period cramps that resulted in sick days off work in agonising pain and feelings of exasperation and hopelessness. When I was 47/48 I had an operation to remove fibroids. My iron count was down and I was feeling drained. I’d noticed my period had become a lot heavier and when I eventually mentioned it to a girlfriend she suggested I see a...

Podcast Ep. 3: Five Infertility Myths

In our third podcast episode,Elizabeth Mucci discusses 5 infertility myths that are common amongst many couples she sees in the clinic. These are: 1. We're simply one of those couples who can't have kids 2. Our infertility is "unexplained" 3. We're old, we have to use IVF 4. I'm a man, I'm not the problem 5. I've been tested for everything, there's nothing left to investigate Listen below to find out more ...

PATIENT PERSPECTIVES: Attending the Fertility Education Seminar

Life on the Inside patient Sarah Cowen, provides her thoughts on our new Fertility Education Seminar I have seen Elizabeth as a patient attending a first consult privately as well as attending her fertility seminar in February. Whilst my first face-to-face consult with Elizabeth a few years back focused on my health history and my reasons for seeing her, I found the seminar provided more detail about the biology and science behind fertility...

Podcast Ep. 1: Women, depression and hormonal health

We have just launched our new podcast on health and well being. In honour of #worldhealthday, this episode focuses on women and depression, considering the multiple factors that we need to consider when thinking about our mental health [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/316481067" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /]...

I Fell Pregnant Naturally with “Early Menopause”

Stacey and Dan* both thought it would be easy to fall pregnant when they started trying to conceive, both aged 32. After a year of attempts and two miscarriages, Stacey was told that her low AMH indicated she had undergone early menopause. Another miscarriage and a year later Stacey and Dan began Elizabeth’s program. Now at 35, they have a beautiful baby boy who they conceived naturally. Here is their...

After years of trying I had a natural, healthy pregnancy at 39

Belinda and her partner Ryan have had 2 beautiful daughters with Elizabeth’s help. Here they share the challenges and joys they’ve experienced in growing their family. How long had you been trying for? We didn't start trying to fall pregnant until we saw Elizabeth and worked out what we needed to do to be as healthy as possible to conceive. I was still breastfeeding my daughter Annabella, who was only about 9/10 months...

Making Connections: Food, Emotion, Balance and Enjoyment

Food is a funny thing, we depend on it as a necessity but a dependence on food can also become pathological – like any type of substance dependency or addiction. One of the particularly hard things about food is that we can’t just get rid of it completely - we can’t quit food "cold turkey" and/or avoid the triggers in the same way we could attempt to do with other...