Health Benefits of Wine

June 3, 2018

Health Benefits of Wine

Wine is an alcoholic drink many people enjoy dinner or to relax. It is an alcoholic beverage made from grapes which have been fermented without the addition of acids, sugars, enzymes, or other nutrients. In this process, yeast consumes the sugar in the fruit and converts it to ethanol and carbon dioxide. Different strains of yeast and different varieties of grapes produce different styles of wine. There are some varieties of wine that are not made from grapes and these include rice wines, and fruit wines such as plum, cherry, pomegranate, and elderberry. Red wines are made from the dark coloured grape varieties and involve the extraction of colour and flavour components from the grape skins. White wines, on the other hand, are made from the fermentation of non-coloured grape pulps, with the process not allowing any colouration from the skins. Because the skin of the grapes contains most of the antioxidants, red wines generally contain higher amounts of these antioxidant compounds. 

February 10, 2016

The Vasi Centre is proud to present Dr Peter Dingle along with  a variety of speakers who are happy to share their views and knowledge with us, while it may not be that perfect cure it will give us a little more insight on OUR GUT  and the knowledge to perhaps make more informed choices.

Join us at BAKER’S HOUSE, 

10 Welcome Meander 

Harrisdale WA  6112


SUNDAY 10th April 2016 

from 3.00PM TO 630PM

Refreshments & Merchandise Available

This event is FREE and numbers are strictly limited to venue size

Tickets available at   http://www.eventbrite.

January 18, 2016

Probiotics seem to be all the rage these days. With many purported benefits and a relatively low risk of side effects, manufacturers foresee booming business opportunities. Rather than leave your health in the hands of big business, it is important that you be as educated as possible about the best types of probiotics so you can choose what is right for you and your family. What Are Probiotics? Probiotics are live microorganisms (bacteria or yeast) that have been shown to have a health benefit for humans. They are available in supplement form or in probiotic foods and drinks. Probiotics are thought to be akin to, and to increase the level of, the “good” bacteria found in your intestines. These “good” bacteria are thought to enhance our health through their support of our immune systems. The two major groups of probiotics are Lactobacillus or Bifidobacterium. Each of these groups has a variety of strains. It is thought that different strains may have different effects on your body. Why Now? The current probiotic push lends itself to the question, “If humans got along fine without taking a probiotic supplement for thousands of years, why are they so important now?” Although there is no definitive answer to this question, there have been some significant cultural changes that have had

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January 18, 2016


Most of us suffer from one tummy symptom or another…  some of the most common being bloating, cramps, pain, diarrhoea and constipation which can lead to more chronic illnesses.

No matter how much we seem to diet or eat what we think is right for us, even combining it with our healthy lifestyles, our tummies are not listening. they seem to have a mind of their own.

There are so  many theories, suggestions, diets and remedies out there but one thing we do know – the same thing does not work for everyone, in fact we are so very different it can sometimes be a frustrating and disillusioning time searching for that one thing that works for us.

One thing we do know is that diet is credited with 80% for weight loss while exercise a tiny 20% and one of the best way to ensure our body machine is working at its best is through our GUT

The Vasi Centre is proud to present Dr Peter Dingle along with  a variety of speakers who are happy to share their views and knowledge on g

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October 17, 2015

These delicious, nutritious VEGAN and GLUTEN FREE EGGPLANT PATTIES are so simple you won’t believe how tasty they are until you try them for yourself!! – Recipe Courtesy of WHOLISTICALLY HEALTHY  


1 eggplant cut into cubes 1 onion, finely chopped 2 cloves of garlic crushed 1 handful fresh herbs – I used dill, basil, parsley, and oregano 1 cup almond meal Handful of pumpkin seeds Salt and pepper to taste Good quality cold pressed cooking oil  


In a frypan, warm a little oil and add onion, sautéing until translucent. Add garlic and eggplant, cook a further 10 minutes, stirring occasionally until the Eggplant is soft to touch and cooked through.   Now, transfer the eggplant mixture to a food processor, add the fresh herbs as well.

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