Food & Nutrition

Testing your Bowel Transit Time with the Sesame Seed Challenge Posted on February 23, 2017 | No Comments

Stool or ‘bowel transit time’ is the time it takes for your food to travel through your entire digestive tract (AKA in one end and out the other). As a Nutritionist in training, monitoring your bowel transit time is a great indicator of GIT Health. Today on the blog, I’m talking all about how to…

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Strawberry Lemonade Gummies Posted on February 16, 2017 | No Comments

Ever considered making your own gummy lollies? What if I told you that they ‘cut out the crap’, whilst boosting your intake of ‘gut healing’ amino acids? Sounds interesting right? Gummies are a HUGE hit with my clients, so I thought I’d share some new recipes. Today it’s Strawberry Gummies!

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Chocolate Gummies Posted on | No Comments

Ever considered making your own gummy lollies? What if I told you that they ‘cut out the crap’, whilst boosting your intake of ‘gut healing’ amino acids? Sounds interesting right? Gummies are a HUGE hit with my clients, so I thought I’d share some new recipes. Today it’s Chocolate Gummies!

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Mango & Coconut Cream Gummies Posted on | No Comments

Ever considered making your own gummy lollies? What if I told you that they ‘cut out the crap’, whilst boosting your intake of ‘gut healing’ amino acids? Sounds interesting right? Gummies are a HUGE hit with my clients, so I thought I’d share some new recipes. Today it’s Mango & Coconut Cream!

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Raw Bounty Slice Posted on January 23, 2017 | No Comments

A few days ago I posted a picture of this delicious raw bounty slice for my mother-in-laws birthday celebration. It’s fair to say the post went bananas and left many of you wanting the recipe. So after making a few tweaks (and a whole lot more cake), the recipe is here for you to enjoy.

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What’s In Season: December Posted on December 8, 2016 | No Comments

As the warmer months well and truly set in, fruits and vegetables of the summer season are here to stay. Why you need to maximise your intake of these fruits of vegetables, as well as healthy recipe inspiration to assist you in incorporating a bounty of this fresh produce into your life, are all right here.

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How to Save Money at the Farmer’s Market Posted on | No Comments

Whilst the produce at your local Farmer’s Market is generally less expensive than the supermarket, there are still bargains to be had. Whilst bartering with your farmer is generally frowned upon, the following 8 tips and tricks could see you walk away from your Farmer’s Market haul with a little extra pocket-money each week.

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