I think the most common question I get asked by clients, friends and family alike is “what can I eat for breakfast?” As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I’m not a fan of grains in any capacity as they cause a lot of gastrointestinal dysfunction as well as stimulate insulin. So
It’s been cold and rainy for the last few days and a friend brought over the biggest cauliflower you have ever seen…so I decided to make Shepherd’s Pie – my way! Cauliflower mash/puree is one of my staples, especially in the cooler months. It’s a fantastic substitute of mash.
The mention of Sauerkraut evokes some interesting reactions in people and I have to confess that when I first learnt about the benefits of fermented foods making Sauerkraut out of cabbage was not high on my agenda. In a previous post I have written about the necessity for probiotics in
This recipe is similar to the Healthy Chocolate Mousse Tarts I posted a month or so but I made this chocolate mousse based on a recipe given to me by Jenny from Living Synergy. It looked so amazing and delicious so I posted it on Instagram and had an instant
I have just returned from an amazing weekend down in one of my favourite places in the world, Gracetown. Turns out that Gracetown is the perfect place to do a functional and invigorating work out, you see one of the beaches there South Point has an abundance of rocks
We’re all so busy these days with hectic schedules and the demands of daily modern life that we often overlook the most simple things when it comes to our health and wellbeing. I have mentioned this before and will no doubt mention it again in future blog posts, maintaining health
I am currently addicted to chocolate, or more specifically raw cacao. The great thing about raw cacao is that it is an amazing super food which is high in magnesium, chromium, tryptophan and many other anti oxidants which makes it a great alternative to processed chocolate (even the 70%+ ones).