Below are resources that you may find useful to assist you on your journey to health, and to help maintain your health and wellbeing.


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The Candida Summit


Even though candida is an important part of your digestive process, if unchecked, it can cause serious damage to your health. Certain lifestyle choices and/or illness can deplete the ‘good’ bacteria in your body to create room for candida growth.

Do you identify with any of the following factors? They may be facilitating unhealthy candida growth: use of antibiotics, high sugar diet, allergies, years of drinking alcohol, immunosuppressive illness, use of NSAIDs, birth control. If so, you MUST join us at The Candida Summit, online and free from July 9-15, 2018.

Click here to register, or click on the banner below.


Candida Summit

Faith, Hope & Cancer (Documentary)


We live in a world filled with messages of fear, anxiety, pain and suffering. And especially so when we’re talking about disease and sickness. Everywhere we turn, we’re faced with messages telling us how bad our health is. When it comes to cancer, things get even worse. Millions of people walk into their doctors’ offices every single day and walk out with devastating news – the big C. To make matters worse, doctors often increase the level of anxiety and desperation by telling people “you have only months or weeks to live”. How in the world could they know? That’s like telling your body it’s time to give up.

More importantly, why would anyone in a position of power, like a doctor, tell someone that and take away hope?

I’ve just seen the trailer for a brand new documentary. It will give you hope where you may have thought there was none. These film makers have flipped the script and the result is amazingly refreshing, uplifting and powerful on a deep and fundamental level. Take a few minutes to watch this powerful short video right now and see for yourself.

Click here to watch the trailer, and register to watch the documentary, or click on the banner below.


The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Summit


Dementia starts 30-50 years before symptoms appear. Taking action NOW is key to protecting your brain health and overall wellbeing in the future. The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Summit represents a unique opportunity to discover how to prevent, slow down and even reverse symptoms. Join us to find out what you can (and should!) do before memory loss is irreversible. Online and free from July 23-29, 2018.

Click here to register, or click on the banner below.


Alzheimers and Dementia Summit



I-screen provides online access to a wide range of health analytics and blood testing services to help proactive Australians take control of their health.




Fill your virtual medicine cabinet with the wisdom from such health-improving experts as Dr. Izabella Wentz, Sayer Ji, Dr. Amy Myers, Dr. Jay Davidson, Sean Croxton, Trudy Scott, Dr. Joseph Mercola, Dr. David Perlmutter, Dr. Kelly Brogan and more!

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Make HealthMeans part of your journey to improved health:

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Calculate Your BMI:


NOTE: This calculator is only for adults and should not be used for children.
BMI stands for Body Mass Index. Your BMI is an estimate only of whether you are underweight, a healthy weight, overweight, or obese in relation to your height. It’s important to note that BMI doesn’t directly measure fat or reflect body fat distribution. This calculator only provides an estimate of body fatness, as it only takes your height and weight into account. Certain populations should not use this calculator, such as women who are pregnant or lactating, children, people with very athletic builds, and the elderly who have a lot of muscle loss.


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BMI less than 18.5 = underweight
BMI between 18.5–24.9 = normal weight
BMI between 25–29.9 = overweight
BMI of 30 or more = obese

Meal Plans


Real Plans is an online menu planner that’s turned meal planning on its head. It gives you all the tools to provide healthy meals for you and your family. For more information, click the banner below or click here.