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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

Raw Chocolate Easter Nests

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Here’s a cute idea – actually my answer to the baskets I’ve seen on Pinterest made from noodles, marshmallow and chocolate. They are pretty easy to make and are something the kids can help you with too. Why are they nourishing? By making your own chocolate, you have control over the amount (and type) of Read More

Healthy Easter Ideas (and recipes)


So with another celebratory season upon us, I thought I’d share some of my ideas for limiting the sweet stuff this Easter.  When I was in clinical practice the busiest time for me to see patients suffering acute illness (colds, flu, gastro and the likes) was always after Christmas and Easter. I believe there are Read More

Kids in the Garden (with KarmaKids Grow)

Kids in the Garden

Today I have called in an expert, Angela from KarmaKids Grow to help you to get started raising seedlings. If you have a vegetable fussy child, then growing even just one edible plant each season needs to shoot to the top of your list of things to do; because kids who are involved in the growing process, Read More

Mint Chocolate Fudge

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Before kids, my husband and I lived in Ireland and made many life-long, dear Irish friends. After we left Ireland we backpacked through South America where we decided to ‘just get married.’  Now when you’re travelling, you have no idea what the date is, so we were really thrilled when we realised that we just Read More

Top Deck Gummies

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I’m a huge fan of gelatinous treats and no better flavour combo than chocolate and coconut. Now I’m not a particularly patient person, so when it comes to using tinie-tiny moulds….well, lets just say it has to be a special occasion!  I much prefer the pour and set approach, which is how this little ‘Top-Deck” Read More

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