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5 WAYS TO
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End food cravings
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Would you like to lose Weight without the struggle?
Tired of yo yo dieting? Have you ever wondered why
you simply do not have the ‘willpower’ to do what you
decided to, like not eating chocolate? You may find
yourself eating when you don’t feel hungry when you
become stressed, sad, worried, bored, angry, lonely,
scared or guilty? If you answered yes to any of these,
you are eating for emotional reasons.
Hypnotherapy could be the answer you are look-
ing for because we all know that to lose weight we
need to eat less, eat healthy foods and exercise. So
why aren’t we doing it? Often, it’s because there’s a
lot of emotional baggage in our subconscious that’s
Hypnotherapy can make changes at a deep sub-
conscious level and you will be surprised to find your-
self making the right choices around food, eating right
and feeling great.
• Hypnotherapy can stop you obsessing about
• It stops you from binge eating.
• It helps to stop food cravings.
• It helps you to stop feeling guilty.
• It helps you achieve goals
• It motivates you to exercise.
• It helps to stop emotional eating and allows you
to take control.
• It helps you to eat only when you are hungry.
What is The Virtual Gastric Band?
The Virtual gastric Band is extremely effective and
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Why do we overeat?
The human body has a mechanism for letting us
know when we are full. If you overeat you may be ig-
noring the signs of being full. There are a number of
reasons why you may do this, such as eating so fast
that the signals of being full are missed or you may
have a desire to clear your plate. The need to eat often
satisfies our mind rather than the physical need to eat
What my clients say
“I have been thrilled with the results from the begin-
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only did I lose 2.5kgs in 3 weeks, I also felt more moti-
vated to exercise and as an added benefit noticed that
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I hadn’t expected. I would recommend Leanne’s hyp-
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exercise and lose weight.” Sandy St Kilda
“Cannot stop telling people how happy I am with
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Leanne Jackson is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, neu-
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in melbourne, Warragul and Leongatha, australia.
Leanne is passionate about helping you achieve your
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anxiety, Phobias, addictions and Smoking Cessation.
Leanne is a registered Hypnotherapist and member
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Leanne is located at The Eternal Health Centre,
9 Peart St, Leongatha VIC. Phone 0401 872 388.
SOUTH GIPPSLAND WEATHER
Wonthaggi six day forecast
30% chance of showers
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LISTEN up dairy lovers! Moyarra
is home to Australia’s best goats’
and sheep’s milk cheese!
Prom Country Cheese’s Venus
Blue has just been named the ulti-
mate Champion in the Goats’ and
Sheep’s Milk Cheese category at the
prestigious 2017 Australian Grand
Now in its 18th year, the 2017
Australian Grand Dairy Awards,
organised by Dairy Australia, recog-
nised and rewarded Australia’s top
producers, naming 20 champions
out of a record 470 entries for their
quality products, craftsmanship
and for continuing to make a posi-
tive mark on the Australian dairy
In what was a rigorous judging
process, a panel of 24 expert judges
tasted their way through hundreds
of gold medal winning dairy foods –
including cheese, ice cream, milk,
butter, cream, yoghurt, dips and
gelato – assessing flavour, aroma,
texture, body and appearance.
The judges commended Prom
Country Cheese’s Venus Blue say-
ing it was a very well-crafted Victo-
rian sheep’s milk blue cheese with
a slightly firm but smooth texture.
Burke Brandon from Prom Coun-
try Cheese said it’s an honour to be
recognised by the esteemed awards
for their commitment to quality.
“We are very proud of our Venus
Blue ewe’s milk cheese. This Aus-
tralian Grand Dairy Champion
Award is consistent with its success
at the 2016 Australian Food Awards
as Champion Dairy Product.
“Venus Blue’s delicate texture and
floral flavours are a result of using
our fresh pasture-fed milk, unique
cultures developed from our own
raw milk, and traditional farm-
house cheesemaking techniques.
“We love to see Aussie blue cheese
fans get behind our world-class
product, and support dairy farm-
ers by choosing local cheese at the
deli,” Burke said.
Amanda Menegazzo, convener of
the Australian Grand Dairy Awards
said these awards are the grand fi-
nal of dairy competitions in Austra-
“The awards recognise the tal-
ented Australian farmers and pro-
ducers who bring such high quality
dairy foods to our fridges.
“The quality and variety repre-
sented by our 2017 Champions
marks a really exciting time for the
industry and dairy lovers.
“It’s really pleasing to see some of
the country’s most well known and
loved brands alongside new-to-the
market, artisan dairy products.
“We encourage Australians to look
out for the blue and gold Champion
and Grand Champion medals on
packs and show their support for
these talented Australian produc-
Among the awards’ 20 categories,
two producers were named the
overall Grand Champions.
Tasmania’s Heidi Farm once
again impressed the judging panel,
taking out the 2017 Grand Champi-
on Cheese with its robust Raclette,
while the 2017 Grand Champion
Dairy Product was scooped up by
Queensland based geletaria, Milani
House of Gelato.
To view the full list of 2017 Aus-
tralian Grand Dairy Awards Cham-
pions and Grand Champions visit:
Prom Country Cheese crowned
Champion Of Australian Dairy
Bronwyn and Burke Brandon with a selection of their award win-
ning cheeses. N070816
LANEWAYS are the un-
seen, unnoticed part of
Wonthaggi, until we need
to get between main streets
quickly and take the short-
cut through the arcade and
across the lane.
Laneways don’t even
make it on to some of our
static maps nor show up in
photos much. Too small?
Perhaps.... but never un-
They have a shady past
a past involving night-
carts, night soil, drains
and outdoor dunnies.
As our sewerage sys-
tem improved laneways
were cleaned up and open
drains covered and made
They became the back-
shops where business
owners could park their
cars or take deliveries.
Many readers probably
also have taken a smoko
break in a laneway... or
even had a quick pash
with a new crush after a
gig at one of the pubs or
Over the past few years
Melbourne has taken its
laneways to a whole new
level and is now known
world-wide for the laby-
rinth of lanes and arcades
in the city centre that sup-
port busy cafes, wine bars,
pop-up shops, tiny gal-
leries and some amazing
And the annual laneways
festival is a muso’s joy.
So, what is happening in
We already have some
wonderful, creative street
art murals on some of our
laneway walls and the oc-
casional coffee cart pop-
up for morning meetings
But on April 1 (no joke!)
this year, the first Wont-
haggi Laneways Festival
will be held.
The free entry festival
will feature live music,
dancers and dancing, food
stalls, Instagram projec-
tion, light shows, student
art, market stalls and
Motul MX Nationals bikes
Something for everyone
and everyone welcome....
and not a nightcart in
business owner Maria
Maraone is among many
who are looking forward
to the festival.
Party in the laneways
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