Some people do not like the taste of plain coconut water and the flavoured sugared varieties are certainly a no-go zone. So, here is a recipe that is super easy and a quick way you can flavour your own coconut water to enjoy the high electrolyte content while also enhancing the flavour and adding extra plant based nutrients with your fruit selection.
The change of seasons is a great time to commit yourself to a Reboot and make those changes you may have been putting off. Whether you have completed a Reboot before or whether you haven’t taken the plunge yet, it’s a great time to do this. A Reboot will help you to break the cycle of unhealthy eating by increasing your intake of fruits and vegetables. No matter what season you’re about to enter, here are reasons why you may want to Reboot.
Enjoy this recipe as a thick smoothie or as a pudding. Chia seeds are high in protein, omega 3 fatty acids and fibre making them an excellent addition to any snack and a great breakfast to keep you full all morning long. Sweeten it up with some strawberries and you’ll have yourself a hearty, healthy meal.
The figs looked so plump and yummy at the market that I knew I had to make a recipe with them. What I came up with reminds me of and tastes like a biscuit (or some of you may refer to it as a cookie!). Enjoy this salty, sweet combination that your whole family will love.
Satisfying, sweet, salty, crunchy and smooth is just an idea of what you may get when you bite into this! It’s a muesli/granola recipe that can be eaten like any muesli with a nut or coconut milk or with a dollop of coconut yogurt and/or some sliced fruit. This recipe is very moreish and you will love it! I love the crunchy texture that the cooking gives it.
My all time favourite juice will always be a spicy, savoury juice particularly if I want it as a meal replacement at lunch or dinner. So, I was happy to come up with a brand new one — a great Mexican flavoured juice filled with delicious veggies you’d find in any Mexican cuisine.
Heart disease is nicknamed the ‘silent killer’ and unfortunately many people don’t consider their own heart health until they develop a disease. It’s easy to prevent considerably by food and lifestyle choices, so let’s start with the top 10 foods that you can eat to improve your overall heart health!
This is a creamy red velvet chocolate smoothie — perfect for you to make for your honey on Valentine’s Day (or for yourself of course). It’s also perfect for those days when all you want is chocolate but also want to consume wholesome goodness! Get the recipe for this nutrient-dense, delicious and decadent smoothie.
You simply can’t ignore the evidence of how important greens are for good health. There are so many ways to enjoy green vegetables in dishes, juices and smoothies, so there are no excuses not to enjoy! Here are 9 ways you can fall in love with your green produce.
My old favourite saying that my dad use to always tell me was ‘Greens Cleans’ and so it does and more!
Looking for a super light and easy juice to enjoy that’s not too sweet? You have to make this. I was surprised when I first made it, how savoury and unsweet it was. If you want it a little sweeter than simply add more melon. It’s as simple as that.