Sweet Laughs Over ‘Hidden Sugar’ That Sugar Film by Australian Actor Damon Gameau is for the brave and courageous for two reasons. (1)There’s a memorable dentist scene that hits home with the message of the film, (2)You’re willing and open to thinking about & questioning what’s in the things you eat. Read on to hear […]
The Summer Merry-Go-Round Is Here. Warm Weather And Weight Loss So what is the latest weight loss diet in the news? You may or may not be surprised to learn that according to the prestigious medical journal The Lancet it is the low fat diet – but for all the wrong reasons. A United States-based […]
Why Seeking Advice From a Nutritionist Is Helpful Nutrition advocates the use of healthy and whole foods as medicine. “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ~ HippocratesNowadays, there many chemical free foods and different dietary strategies such as Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Wheat-free that have become an answer to many health complaints. e. Why Seeking Advice […]
I made these the other day with huge success. Even the carnivores at the table were enjoying them. Aromatic spicy and with a big zing, these bright patties compliment any salad, veg sides or even meat weeknight dinner.
I did tweak it a little though… try this out.
Worried about what to make that’s gluten free or just looking for something a bit different?
This Zingy Lemon Pesto with Oomph ticks all the boxes. The goodness of Lemons are in its alkalising ability for the body.
Great to start any detox, Lemons help lower the pH of your body if you’re feeliing tired, toxic, hungover or just a bit sluggish.
In the mood for LOVE without the commercial fuss? Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be superficial.
“Gratitude is the memory of the heart.” ~Jean Baptiste Massieu
Make it a day to appreciate and be grateful for the love in your life. Partners, Kids, Pets can all do with a hug and showing them some love. For a stay-at-home love treat, why not try whipping something up in the kitchen?
Summer Veggie Rolls with basil, avocado, kale + spicy garlic peanut sauce: serves 2-4Thanks to http://www.thisrawsomeveganlife.com Peanut sauce:2 garlic cloves, minced 1 tablespoon chunk of ginger, peeled and finely chopped2 tablespoons each of tamari, maple syrup, and lime juiceChili powder, to taste 1/3 cup peanut butter1/3 cup water (more or less as needed) Rolls:1 cup cooked vermicelli (AKA rice noodles) 5-8 […]
Ebony, Ivory, living in perfect harmony….the song might be referring to something else, but in this yummy Cacao recipe, it definitely works!
I was giving into the chocolate cravings and needing something to hit the chocolate spot. So, I made a pact with myself to stop eating poor quality chocolate and find other ways to enjoy the benefits of its raw ingredients – Cacao…
High-fibre, protein-rich quinoa has a fluffy texture that perfectly complements fresh peas and asparagus. Try using this fast-cooking grain in place of white rice.
Nothing says Autumn like Pumpkins. Autumn is a season for ripening and harvesting in the garden as well as in our bodies- by preserving our energy levels. Chinese Medicine’s advice to us is that in Autumn you should be starting to eat foods that are a little more warming, less raw, cold vegetables and less cold salads.