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    Rise and Shine to a Well Nourished Breakfast

    Today I’m super excited to release my very first ebook “Rise and Shine – A Well Nourished Breakfast.” When I began producing this ebook, I was repeatedly asked ‘why a breakfast book?’ My reasoning is that I always aim to help people find the very best health available to them, and breakfast is not only the Read More

  • Cacao Rough

    Cacao Rough

    This super quick and easy raw vegan chocolate slice, is very nutritious and definitely satisfies the strongest chocolate craving.  They are gluten and dairy free – a bit of a change from the dried fruit, high sugar energy balls or bars about.  I think they are so delicious – a bit of a cross between Read More

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    Why I choose SLOW food

    As I’ve previously mentioned, I choose to eat S.L.O.W foods; that is seasonal, local, organic (or at least sustainable), whole foods – these are healthy food choices.  Once again, I simply go back to my philosophy of eating as close to the natural source as possible.  SLOW foods are the only foods my grandmothers, grandmother Read More

Lemon, Tuna and Quinoa Salad

Lemon Quinoa tuna salad

Every time I cook a batch of quinoa, I always make extra so I can make a salad for the kids and I for lunch the next day. Our favourite combo is with lemon and tuna – it’s fresh, zesty and really quick and easy to throw together. Feel free to add in any raw or Read More

Organic Seafood and the Best Choice in Canned Tuna

Fish farming

I was recently introduced to an Australian family owned business called ‘This Fish’ who provide clean, organic environmentally friendly farmed seafood. I wanted to understand more about aquaculture, sustainable and organically farmed seafood, so I recently interviewed Katharina Kons from THIS FISH to find out more…   Q – What is organic fish farming and why is it Read More

Chicken, Bacon and Vegetable Meatloaf

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This Chicken, Bacon and Vegetable Meatloaf came about when I was was looking to make a tasty no fussy meal that I could bake ahead and reheat later for dinner. I was planning meatballs, but wasn’t in the mood for rolling them, so decided to make meatloaf. This was the delicious result, hope you like Read More

Yoga to support your life

Yoga

Words by Psychotherapist Jane Faulkner Yoga has supported and guided me throughout my adult life. It has helped me overcome health conditions, insecurities, stressful conditions and improved my perception and clarity of what is important for me. For all of us life is so busy, we are constantly on the move without much time for rest or Read More

Blood Orange Jelly

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My kids number one favourite treat right now is any type of jelly and they’ve rated this, their absolute favourite flavour (for the moment anyway). Health benefits Oranges and lemons are in season right now, which means their nutrient levels are at their best. The coconut water adds a little re-hydrating goodness. Gelatin is made Read More

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“I just wanted to let you know that you have absolutely inspired me to a better way of eating, I’ve been making my shopping lists based on recipes you’ve shared and am educating my kids with the reasons behind different foods and why they are good etc! This page has become my little bible hehe! Thank you so much for all the detail you give. It’s absolutely wonderful!” Sky