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Recipe: My best ever granola

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.

My story

How I changed my life with healthy choices. From my teenage years I had always suffered from acne. By 30 I was kinda like ‘ok, body…the jokes over…acne AND wrinkles?’. We all know that our skin is the red flag to what is going on within. I knew deep down that my lifestyle, stressful job and poor diet (which included a few drinkies) played a… Read More »My story

Seven Healthy Snack Ideas to Improve Productivity – and a recipe!

Before you reach for the chippies, chocolates or energy drinks try these energy boosting snack ideas that will keep you going to the next main meal. Steering clear of simple carbohydrates is the key to healthy snacking. Low fibre, easily digested carbs found in refined grains (biscuits, breakfast cereals and breads) tend to raise your blood sugar, which can leave you hungry again in a… Read More »Seven Healthy Snack Ideas to Improve Productivity – and a recipe!

Five tips to create a nourishing diet that you can enjoy

It’s all about teaching yourself to think about food in a new way. Years ago, meat and three veg was the Australian staple. Now we know that more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, and fish are best for our health. Food is intrinsic in our everyday lives, not to mention our celebrations! From – “hey, it’s your birthday, here’s some cake” to –“it’s Friday lunch,… Read More »Five tips to create a nourishing diet that you can enjoy

The secrets to a healthy lunch

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.

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