Sugar And Inflammation There’s been a lot of talk in the media recently about sugar. Presenting a variety of plans to help you detox from sugar stating that doing so will not only result in weight loss, but also reduce chronic inflammation within your body. All this information has probably started you wondering exactly what […]Read More
You don’t need to only serve chips and dips or cheese and crackers as your party nibbles. You can serve these mini patties as finger food when entertaining, put them in the kids’ lunch boxes or take on a picnic. They also work well with minced lamb or chicken. You can of course just make […]Read More
Losing weight can be an extremely difficult process, which is why many people who are trying desperately turn to a variety of diet products to help them reach their weight loss goals. However, the truth is that many of those diet products may actually be preventing you from losing those excess kilos, and may even […]Read More
We need good fat! Food fat is no longer just about being fattening. Although there’s still plenty of bad fat / good fat confusion, scientists now realise that there are some extremely healthy good fats as well as extremely unhealthy bad fats. And some of the good fats can even help you lose weight. Bad […]Read More
Fermented foods are nothing new; we’ve been using them in our diets for centuries. You’re probably heard of sauerkraut, maybe kefir or even kim chee (kimchi). However these days the traditional methods of making these foods for commercial use have been ignored and we can only find them made with vinegar rather than by using […]Read More
Are you having trouble avoiding snacks and drive through lunches? Lunch is one of those meals that people tend to forget to plan. They get too busy and by the time their body is telling them they must eat, it’s too late. The result is a vending machine or drive through lunch full of fat […]Read More
I’ve added chia seeds to muesli and put it on my children’s cereals for a few years now but I’d never tried chia pudding. I had some coconut milk left over from a laksa so I thought I’d give it a try. I didn’t use a recipe so just experiment with flavours you like. Blended […]Read More
The chia seed is a true superfood Chia is the richest plant based source of Omega 3 fats, protein, dietary fibre and antioxidants. It contains three times more iron than spinach; five times more calcium than milk; twice the potassium content of a banana and seven times more vitamin C than oranges. Unlike other sources […]Read More
What Does it Mean to be ‘Well’? Many people believe ‘health’ and ‘wellness’ are terms that simply mean being free from disease, but there is so much more to being truly well! Are you really well if you are overweight, forgetful, tired, moody, or have poor skin? What if you suffer from headaches, frequent colds, […]Read More
Herbs and spices bring interest and variety to our foods and beverages. Spices are often dried and can be buds (cloves), bark (cinnamon), rhizomes (ginger), berries (peppercorns), aromatic seeds (cumin) and even the stigma of a flower (saffron). They have a long history of both culinary and medicinal use as well as acting as preservatives. […]Read More
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