A balanced blend of supergrains amaranth and quinoa, mixed with macadamias and lightly sweetened with maple, makes this gluten free granola a new twist on a breakfast standard. It’s incredibly nutrient dense, full of fibre, protein, healthy fats and slow-burning carbohydrates – not to mention, super satisfying! Serves 12-14 (suggested serve ½ cup) INGREDIENTS ½ […]

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Many people are making the switch to gluten free, but is it really necessary? In recent years, going gluten free has become the scapegoat for all sorts of health woes including increased bloating, abdominal cramps, weight gain and fatigue. Gluten is a type of protein most often found in wheat, rye, barley, triticale and oats. […]

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This plant-based twist on traditional san choy bow features tofu mince, brown rice noodles, nuts and plenty of veg. It’s high in protein, iron and fibre and packed full of flavour with the goodness of garlic, chilli, ginger and herbs. Serve it up as a light lunch or dinner. Serves 4, 1223 kJ per serve. […]

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A healthy makeover on a classic take-away dish using protein-packed quinoa and antioxidant-rich sweet potato, Finished off with a gut-friendly yoghurt dressing. Serves 4. Gluten and wheat free. INGREDIENTS  For fish: 1-2 free-range eggs, lightly whisked 2 tspn finely grated lemon rind 1 cup quinoa flakes 850g (approximately) fish fillets, skinned and pin boned (e.g. […]

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Throwing a party? Impress your guests with these gluten-free buckwheat blinis. They make a delectable hunger-busting brunch or kick off the festivities with some elegant nibbles. Serves 5. This recipe is gluten-free. INGREDIENTS ½ cup buckwheat flour ½ cup rice flour 1 tspn baking powder 1 egg 1 cup milk or milk alternative 1 tbsp […]

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So easy to make and no baking required, these raw bliss balls make a great addition to your festive menu or a portable power snack for a long work out. Makes roughly 20 balls. Approx 773 kJ per serve. Gluten and wheat free. Ingredients 2 cups dried figs 1 cup dried apricot ½ cup dried […]

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Whether it’s your heart beating, nerves communicating or muscles pumping – your metabolism is a 24 hour, non-stop process that powers everything you do. To carry out these bodily functions, we require energy that ultimately comes from our food. Metabolic rate is affected by many factors, including our age, weight and genetics. Although there’s not […]

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