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Hemp Seeds, the new kid on the block…. in Australia anyway!

Hemp seed (and its products, such as oils and milks) is derived from the Cannabis sativa plant. This is the same plant that produces marijuana and medicinal cannabis, but the seeds have no psychoactive properties. The reason we have not heard much about them until recently is because they were prohibited for sale in Australia until 2017.

So what is so great about Hemp Seeds?

  • They are high in Omega 3s
  • They are high in protein compared with other seeds – 32 g of protein per 100 g of high quality protein (nearly twice the amount of protein as chia or sesame seeds)
  • They are a source of fibre. 100 g of hemp seeds contain 4 g of fibre. If fibre is what you are after, you might want to swap your chia seeds for hemp seeds, because they have a massive 34 g of fibre per 100g.

How do you use Hemp Seeds?

  • On cereal or yoghurt
  • In smoothies
  • Baking, muesli bars, muffins and goodie balls
  • Sprinkling on salads

And the big question, do they have any calcium?

They have approximately 70 mg per 100 g, so they have some, but not enough to rely on as a decent source.

The take home message?

Hemp seeds are great for you so find way to incorporate them into your diet. But don’t give up all your other seeds. Chia, flax seed, linseed and sesame seeds, just to name a few, are so good for us and contain nutrients we don’t get from hemp seeds so remember, variety is the key!

Here’s a recipe to give hemp seeds a GO!

Hemp Pesto (source: Australia’s Best Recipes:

Super easy. Makes 3 serves

1/2 cup pine nuts

1/4 cup hemp seeds

4 cups fresh basil leaves

2 garlic cloves small

2 tbs hemp oil (can replace with olive oil)

1 pinch oregano *to taste

1/4 cup parmesan *optional to add calcium!


Add the hemp oil slowly with the motor running until the desired consistency is reached. Add salt to taste.

Add the hemp oil slowly with the motor running until the desired consistency is reached. Add salt to taste.

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Our new Ashmore facility can be found at 4/7 United Road, Ashmore. This is a training facility only. We are only open during class times. For class times click on the timetable link or contact reception.

Tel: 07 3391 5510
Fax: 07 3391 6648

Wavell Heights

Wavell Heights (it was Nundah up until August 2019) opened in conjunction with Head Office in July 2015. It is only a training facility and we train out of the Wavell Heights Community Hall. The facility is located at 76 Cressey Street and there is plenty of free parking in the carpark.

We are only open during class times. For class times, it is best to contact reception.

Tel: 07 3391 5510
Fax: 07 3391 6648

Exercise has been an integral part of my life since I remember. As a toddler I used to push my pram several kilometres before climbing in it to have a short rest. Over the years I have been a competitive swimmer and soccer player as well as recreational runner, karate athlete and a gym goer. These days I referee high level soccer, coach swimmers and still run and exercise regularly. These exposures have given me a fascination into how the human body moves and adapts and how to look after it. I became an Exercise Physiologist not just because of my love of sport, but because I genuinely believe that exercise is medicine. After graduating from the University of Queensland in 2020, I’ve worked with people suffering from injuries, chronic musculoskeletal conditions and mental illnesses. I enjoy helping individuals from all walks of life and conditions while implementing evidence-based exercise prescription to enhance their quality of life and functional capacity. The Bone Clinic provides me with the opportunity to implement my passion to the fullest. Here I coach the Onero program to improve bone health and perform our comprehensive physical assessments that contribute to the ongoing program of research conducted at The Bone Clinic.

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Maroochydore was the third training facility we opened back in 2017. It is only a training facility and we operate out of The Country Women’s Association (CWA). The facility is located at 104 Memorial Drive, Maroochydore (opposite the M’dore RSL). There is plenty of free parking inside the boom gates of CWA. We will give you a code for the boom gates before your first visit!

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We recently just sold Maroochydore to one of our long-standing coaches, Jessica Ebbersten.

We are only open during class times. For class times, it is best to contact Jessica.

Mob: 0447 800 323


Bundaberg was our last training facility that we opened back in 2017. It is only a training facility and we operate out of the Aerial Arts Academy. The facility is located at 87 Targo Street (opp. Dan Murphy’s). There is plenty of free parking at the Hall.

We are only open during class times. For class times, it is best to contact reception.

Tel: 07 3391 5510
Fax: 07 3391 6648

Melanie Fischbacher

I am a PhD candidate at Griffith University under the supervision of Belinda Beck, investigating the influence of antiresorptive bone medication on bone-targeted exercise to prevent osteoporotic fractures in postmenopausal women.

I graduated from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich where I studied Human Movement Sciences. In my master thesis, I investigated the role of gait variability parameters in predicting fall risk in seniors at high risk for falling. In the two years after I graduated, my research focus was on the effectiveness of motor-cognitive multitask training and strength training to reduce fall risk in seniors with cognitive impairment. Following the relocation from Switzerland to Australia in 2016, I started working as a research assistant at The Bone Clinic examining the effect of high intensity resistance and impact training on symptoms of knee and hip osteoarthritis before I took on my PhD in 2017.

I am convinced that exercise is amongst the most important strategies to prevent and manage chronic conditions and associated personal, societal and economic burden in the long term. I aspire to contribute to bridge the gap between exercise specialist and other health care providers to consider exercise as a standard intervention to improve musculoskeletal health.

Donna Bunting

My name is Donna Bunting and I am The Bone Clinic’s Receptionist (Front of House).
I have worked at TBC for 3 years now and have watched it grow from strength to strength.
My job entails all contact with clients and practitioners and I love assisting our awesome staff and helping all of our wonderful clientele with any questions they may have. I am very good at communication and my skills are great customer service, good listener, exceptional multi-tasker, and I have a very high standard in organisational skills. In my role as Front of House you need to always have a happy and welcoming smile and to help people relax and feel comfortable as it can be a very daunting task coming for your initial assessment and I hope I can achieve this goal for everyone. I can at times try for perfection but in my role that can’t always happen. I have always been a Receptionist and love it as I think that is my main strength and I am good at it.

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Free cannabis seeds? This legit?

I'm looking to grow my first real plant (just one or two) and I've been googling. I came across this.

anybody heard of it?

First year of college, I got a few seeds in a bag of weed I bought. I grew one of them in our bathroom for awhile but it got too big and I had to get rid of it. That's my experience growing, so any advice would be cool. I'll be growing in my apartment.

If you’re going to spend the time and effort to grow the weed don’t cheap out in the seeds. I would recommend you get a clone from someone that has good genetics

i'm literally gonna put some seeds in a soil pot and water it

Looks pretty legit tbh, plus they probably do make money off the $15 shipping charge. Bag seed id have to guess. I might try it

genetics are very important, i’d recommend scooping some legit ones. those may be fine but wouldn’t personally

Seems pretty legit but like the other poster said 15$ isn’t exactly free. I suppose if the description is true and he’s a legit grower it’s still basically cheap as in free, but if it’s just random hemp bagseed and it very well could be, you getting fucked.

If you can get good bud that has a seed that has a known strain and grow that it’s probably a safer bet then random internet bagseed but who knows you might get lucky.

Because you are doing this again for the first time, it is best to start with cheap seeds that way you don’t freak out when they die.