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Clean With Detox Greens

By Lisa Snowdon | 30 Sep 2010
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You’ve probably heard the words “detox” and “cleanse” a lot recently. They’re pretty big buzzwords in the nutrition field. But what do they actually mean? The words themselves are pretty interchangeable. Let’s start with dictionary definitions: Cleanse: to rid of impurities by or as if by washing Detox: to free from an intoxicating or an […]

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Recipe: Rustic Chicken Soup (for Slow Cooker)

By Lisa Snowdon | 17 Jun 2010
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Slow cooker recipes are so convenient these days for us busy, working Mums. If you are out at work then cook for longer on a low heat. Give this great recipe a try, it uses wholesome, natural ingredients. It’s great to stop sugar cravings and balance blood sugar. Chicken soup is very nourishing and nurturing […]

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Chicken broth bowl

Food Focus: Chicken Broth Is Great For Your Gut

By Lisa Snowdon | 17 Jun 2010
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From “Nourishing Traditions” by Sally Fallon “Good broth will resurrect the dead,” says a South American proverb. A cure-all in traditional households and the magic ingredient in classic gourmet cuisine, stock or broth made from bones of chicken, fish and beef builds strong bones, assuages sore throats, nurtures the sick, puts vigor in the step […]

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chicken stir fry

Recipe: Easy low FODMAP Brown Rice Stir Fry

By Lisa Snowdon | 22 May 2010
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Try this easy low FODMAP stir-fry recipe. Use staples from your kitchen cupboards and freezer to make this simple, healthy recipe. Serve with some steamed Asian greens or a green salad in the summer. This stir-fry recipe will help stop sugar cravings and boost energy. You can really eat it for any meal of the […]

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Frozen food in the refrigerator

Food Focus: Top Five Healthy Freezer Foods

By Lisa Snowdon | 22 May 2010
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We’ve given so much attention to the kitchen cupboards, our freezers are starting to feel left out! Frozen foods are another great way to keep high-quality meals and snacks on hand. Being organised is key to having a healthy diet, keeping your blood sugar balanced and stopping sugar cravings. These days there are times when […]

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Clear Out Your Kitchen Cupboards

By Lisa Snowdon | 19 May 2010
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What to Keep, What to Toss When You Clean Out Your Kitchen Cupboards Everybody loves a makeover, and your kitchen cupboards are no exception. Can’t you hear them begging you? “Fill me with healthy, delicious foods! Please, please, please!” Breaks your heart, doesn’t it? Let’s give your cupboards what they’re asking for (and what you […]

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Raw Fudge Balls

Recipe: Raw Fudge Balls – 3 Ingredients

By Lisa Snowdon | 19 Apr 2010
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This is a very easy recipe, tastes great and you can take them with you when travelling away from home. If you need a sustained energy boost then try these raw fudge balls. Perfect for hiking, an after exercise snack or an afternoon energy boost to help prevent the typical mid-afternoon energy slump. Not too […]

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Healthy Eating On-The-Go

By Lisa Snowdon | 08 Apr 2010
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Let’s face it – we’re busy people! Healthy eating, especially when you’re away from your house, isn’t always that easy. A flight for work, a busy day of errands, a road trip to a friend’s house, back-to-back meetings, a weekend away with someone special…. We’ve got places to go and things to do. So how […]

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Healthy Travel Foods

Top Ten Healthy Travel Foods

By Lisa Snowdon | 08 Apr 2010
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On the road a lot, or working shifts? Healthy eating in these situations can be challenging, especially with the fast food choices available today. Here’s my Top Ten list of healthy travel foods to eat while you are on the road. When we are busy it’s easy to go too long without eating food, this […]

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Healthy leafy vegetables

Food Focus: Green Leafy Vegetables

By Lisa Snowdon | 22 Feb 2010
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Vegetables with dark green leaves, including members of the cabbage family such as broccoli, cauliflower, many Asian greens, kale, rocket and spinach, are rich in anti-oxidants, bioflavonoids and the B vitamins. Green leafy vegetables are extremely good for your health and consuming them regularly will help you stop sugar cravings. It is highly recommended that […]

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