Clean eating is a modern term for a long-standing movement. Many people believe that purifying the way we eat enhances our health and energy levels. Some of the earliest signs of this trend can be seen in the health food stores that cropped up in the 1960s. Now, mainstream culture has caught on to emphasising … Continue reading The Modern Rules of Clean Eating
If you frequently eat between meals, those extra portions have a big impact on your health. They could play an important role in helping you to manage your weight and take in all the nutrients your body needs.
Try these healthy homemade snacks
You probably know that a plant-based diet offers a lot of benefits for your health, but it can be hard to give up hamburgers and bacon. In fact, an estimated 4 out of 5 vegetarians eventually go back to eating meat.
There’s also evidence that making the transition gradually increases the chances of sticking with a meatless diet.
Picking one day a week to eat vegetarian is an excellent place to start, and that’s the thinking behind the global movement for Meatless Mondays.
Cauliflower often gets a negative rap because it’s associated with broccoli, and most of the time, kids don’t like it. However, cauliflower is low-calorie, has multiple health benefits, and is easy to add to different recipes. You can even disguise the taste! Consider these benefits of cauliflower: 1) Potassium. Bananas tend to get most of … Continue reading Why You Want Cauliflower on Your Menu
Would you like to cook and bake healthier desserts that will make your family smile and lick their plates?
When you bring lunch to work, do your coworkers run away because of the smell? Or, do they wish they could steal your lunch? If you try these ideas, you’ll be the envy of the office. Plus, they’re nutritious and healthy!
Many of us are missing out on their variety of unique health-boosting nutrients because we don't use the whole of the beetroot in our diet very often. Why eat beetroots? ......
In the past decade, seeds have been touted as being small vessels of bountiful nutrients, sprinkle-able ways to nutritionally enhance any meal. They are often considered ‘functional foods’, or foods that may provide additional health benefits, reduce disease risk, or promote good health. In particular, chia, flax and hemp seeds have vastly increased in popularity. These seeds are rumoured to increase fullness after eating, reduce food cravings, prevent heart disease, lower cholesterol and much more. But can such tiny things really be so powerful?
Hot chocolate recipe packed full of B Vitamins niacin and biotin to support the normal function of the nervous system, Pantothenic acid contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and Adaptogenic herbs help mind and body adapt to everyday stress.
We are busier than ever these days, and that means we’re eating out more, consuming more processed foods, and preparing fewer healthy meals at home.
These quick and easy recipes give you 7 delicious options for dinner this week. Like I teach my clients, with a little planning, you can still eat healthy and save money without taking hours to prepare a meal. In fact, if you double each recipe, you’ll have leftovers for lunch or another dinner.