As with most high-protein foods, eggs promote the release of dopamine and norepinephrine, which are ‘feel-good’ chemicals that can heighten mood and bolster energy. Try this household staple poached on Sweet Potato toast (yes, it’s a thing) topped with creamy cashew hollandaise sauce – for a delicious gluten free brunch.   INGREDIENTS 1 medium sweet potato, […]

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Made from a mix of nut butter, wholegrain oats, dates, coconut and a little honey, these peanut butter protein balls couldn’t be any easier to make. Perfect as a 3pm snack and for warding off hunger pains in between meals. INGREDIENTS 3/4 cup peanut or almond butter (additive free) 2 tbsp honey or desired sweetener 1 cup […]

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From bone broth to coconut oil, it’s been another big year for superfoods. Here are my predictions for the major health food trends in 2017. GO FLEX We all know that eating less meat is good for the planet and good for our health, and it seems more and more people are consciously making an […]

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Hands up if you get overwhelmed – perhaps even irritated – by your news feed telling you how to survive (or avoid weight gain) over the silly season? This year, try a different approach. Mindfulness. The idea behind mindfulness is to fix one’s attention more on the “present moment” without judgment. When it comes to […]

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Healthy eating doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are 8 of the best shortcuts to keep your healthy habits in check! FOCUS ON FOOD, NOT NUTRIENTS Forget counting grams of fat or protein and fussing over carbs and sugar. Once you take the focus away from nutrients and eat a diet based primarily on real (whole) […]

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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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Gluten-free, soy-free and vegetarian; this vibrant and wholesome Roast Vegetable and Haloumi Salad will brighten your day! Serve it up warm for lunch or dinner. Serves 4 Ingredients 2 red capsicum 1 eggplant, cut into 1cm rounds 3 zucchini, cut into 1cm strips length-ways 2 cloves garlic, crushed ¼ cup olive oil 100g baby spinach […]

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It’s tempting to overindulge at this time of year – office parties, fatty foods, sugary treats and a few too many martinis, can mean your waist line, skin and workout schedule take a downward turn. If you are someone that sees the numbers on the scales bump up after each holiday season then perhaps you […]

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