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Clean Living In The Tropics - March

Clean living is being mindful of what you put in your body, mindful of keeping a healthy home and work environment, and mindful of your environmental footprint.

By Lina Paselli

I’m celebrating that, for once, Darwin is part of a successful nationwide tour – hurray!

Thank you to Kale Brock, director, producer and presenter of The Gut Movie for making the effort and bringing his work to us.

Brock debuts his documentary in Darwin with a Q&A session to help answer some of those questions you may have been thinking about for quite some time.

Whilst terms like gut flora, probiotics and microbiomes may get bandied about, most of us probably know very little about how our gut works. 

The Gut Movie is a long awaited and stunning documentary investigating the human microbiome, designed to help us understand more about how our gut really works and finally discover whether the ‘optimal microbiome’ (gut bacteria/gut eco-system) does indeed exist.

In making the documentary, Brock travelled from Australia to Namibia to live with The San, an ancient hunter-gatherer people living traditionally from the land. s a wellness advocate and believer in food being medicine, 

I choose wholefoods rather than processed foods, so I’m personally very curious about Brock’s findings. I am really looking forward to understanding more on how we can supercharge our microbiomes with amazing flora from the inside out.

The Gut Movie SUN 4 MAR | 7-9PM | BCC CINEMA DARWIN | $26.50 | VIP $39.20 

See the event listing.

Lina Paselli is the joint owner of Clean Living in the Tropics, an online publisher dedicated to championing clean living individuals and businesses in the Top End. Lina is also the co-founder and General Manager of award-winning Malak Marketplace, Darwin’s premier organic, sustainable farmers’ market and eco-tourist destination. She also owns Paleo in the Tropics.

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