Consuming clay is pretty popular at the moment, particularly as there’s been a lot of buzz online, in social media and whatnot. However, although we’re hearing about it more recently, clay isn’t a fad, but a traditional medicinal food that has also been a standard part of detoxification programs for a long time. This morning the […]
As children, my brother and I were often given half an avocado to snack on. Mum would drizzle a little vinegar onto each half, hand us a spoon, then sit us outside on the steps and leave us to to the important business of avocado devouring. Happy days. I’m still a massive fan of avocados, […]
Hey! Sydney! Yes, I’m canvassing you again. I’m doing another workshop you see. Next week! Once again, we’ll be using the wonderful big hall in the Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre (same as we used for the gluten/grain-free workshop). However, rather than a weekend session, next week’s workshop will run on Tuesday evening. Perfect for after work. […]
Hey! Sydney-siders! Are you interested in coming to a workshop on grain-free eating? Good-o, because I’m running one. Next week. Next Saturday morning I’ll be at the Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre talking about what it means to have a food intolerance and why so many people are finding they can’t eat certain grains. I’m also going to […]
Here are some rules I can get behind. You?
I mean it. Stop it. This is my message for today (and always). Eat as close to nature – i.e. fresh – as you can. Why? Because it’s good for you and I said so.
It’s sometimes a battle to ensure your children eat healthy meals and try new foods. This can be incredibly stressful for parents and family members, who want nothing more than for their kids to be healthy and well. Food battles can also be stressful for the children waging war, as they work hard to establish new […]
Well, it’s winter. Date-wise and temperature-wise. Have you noticed the difference in what’s on offer at the markets? There is a different kind of abundance at this time of year; more nurturing foods make an appearance through the cooler months – but still plenty of yumtastic options! FRUIT Pears Apples Quince Mandarins Oranges Pink grapefruit […]
This time of year is notorious for coughs, colds, sniffles, sinus and sore throats. We haven’t even hit winter yet and people are dropping like flies. While there are plenty of things to be done when you actually get sick, keeping yourself in tip-top shape is the best idea – and that way avoid falling […]
I’ve talked before about the health benefits of nuts. They are the best – the best! – for snacks or an additional ingredient in salads and baking. Did you know you can maximise their benefit by soaking nuts before eating? Doing so will break down enzyme inhibitors found in raw nuts that can make digestion difficult. Soaking […]