Here are some delicious healthy recipes that will see us all through the cooler months. So great to batch cook these go-to’s and freeze the leftovers for busy weeks. Let me know what you think of these slow cooked recipes. You don’t need a slow cooker, a crock pot or a casserole dish on medium-low in the oven, or on low heat on the stove… Read More »Slow Cooked Recipes
Hello there Here are some delicious, fun foods for entertaining, or for when you have been asked to ‘bring a plate to share’. There are also some yummy things you can do with leftovers – I love a prawn roll on boxing day, and a cold baked potato if I’m being completely honest!! I’ve included some tasty alcohol free festive drinks too. You never know,… Read More »Holiday Season Snacks and Plates to Share
These recipes are a little bit naughty – but also have a lot of nice healthy ingredients. A wise woman once told me, ‘if you are craving something chocolately, choose chocolate with fruit and nuts in it – so you get some beneficial fibres, healthy fats and minerals too’. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!! Download christmas-cheer recipe book Download
Eat Mushrooms! Improve your Mood! – see my recipes Mushrooms are known to lower the risk of cancer and premature death, but new research also reveals that they lower the odds of having depression. Mushrooms are the highest dietary source of the amino acid ergothioneine – an anti-inflammatory that lowers the risk of oxidative stress and could reduce the symptoms of depression.
Here I discuss the Naturopathic approach to getting the most out of your physical training and Meal Planning, keep reading for a couple of amazing resources. A naturopath is a complementary therapist, who should be degree qualified at the least. Many have post-grad qualifications – I’m currently completing a Grad Dip Psych because I see so many people with anxiety and depression, and my colleague… Read More »Can I reach my weight loss and physical fitness goals, naturally?
I made this video to share with everyone during COVID-19 isolation. Food is the source of our nutrients and nutrients power our body systems including our neurotransmitters. There are 21 times per week that you can do something to reduce your anxiety. The foods I talk about in the video are easy to find, easy to cook and taste delicious. And I show you how.… Read More »Food to help with Anxiety
This recipe is anti-inflammatory, high in both soluble and insoluble fibre, high in essential fatty acids, high in minerals such as magnesium and zinc and amino acids (protein). Best of all it’s crunchy and delicious and virtually sugar-free.
Plus when you add dairy kefir and organic berries and/or kiwifruit (actually any seasonal fruit!) it is full of antioxidants, plant polyphenols and beneficial microbes to seed and feed your gut microbiome.
But a healthy, delicious and enjoyable lunch can be done. And you will probably save money, energy and time with these simple tips. When planning your meal, it should include lean protein – try a piece of wild salmon, poached or roasted chicken breast, nuts, cheeses, legumes – whole-grain carbohydrates, and fresh produce.
Are you a morning person? Did you know that every single morning that you are here on this earth you have a choice to make today a better day? So get ready (and get up), I’m going to talk you through how to design your own Morning Ritual that will supercharge your day.
A delicious and simple vegetarian recipe the whole family will enjoy. This will be a simple ‘go-to’ staple meal that will provide plant powered protein, fibre, calcium, antioxidants and much more.