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The Contributors

contributers-nick-earlNick Earl – After going through a big dip in health in my early 30's after a period of high stress in business, financially and maybe just a little bit too much partying and late night debauchery thrown in, I ended up in a place where my sleep was messed up, my brain wasn't working, and I had zero energy.

My average day had become consumed with just getting through, mustering the energy to do the basic daily stuff that had to be done.

All joy and energy, vitality and lust for life had been zapped out of me, and I knew that a big change had to be made.

At this point, I changed everything in my life. Took all stressors off, and committed myself to finding out what was going on with my body and brain, and basically why I felt like crap, all day everyday.

Since that time I've overcome most of the symptoms that were plaguing me, and am feeling much better. This journey has made me keenly aware just how important good health is, and I'm now very interested in learning about ways to take my average/decent level of health to a whole new level, using a wide range of different approaches.

I'm passionate about the things I'm sharing with you all here on HealthVibed.com and I hope that what I'm learning and passing on can positively effect as many people as possible. I am also a qualified Chef, having completed my Chef apprenticeship in the Blue Mountains, Australia, which included working at some highly rated restaurants and hotels (such as Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant in Katoomba).

Part of this training also required completion of a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, at TAFE NSW. I have combined both my knowledge of commercial cookery, nutrition and information from my own diligent research to make this website as helpful and useful as possible for readers.

I hope you'll join me on this journey to reaching optimum health, as I believe the rewards are certainly more than worth the seeming challenges. After all, excellent health is the ultimate prerequisite for a happy, meaningful life.