Rich in minerals and antioxidants. The first foods you eat after your nightly fast are very important. So make it count with this great high protein recipe.
Gluten Free, Diary Free, Low Glycaemic tasty pancakes. Great breakfast option. Can be made in 10 mins. Particularly suited to those who are insulin resistant or have many food allergies.
What are you not getting in curcumin supplements that you DO get in whole turmeric root? Have you ever heard of ETO – turmeric essential oils?
Try this fast button mushroom recipe. A natural Immune Booster & Cholesterol Buster.
Whats in Your lunch box!! Here is a simple alternative to the ham and cheese sandwich.
Millet & Seaweed – ancient foods full of nutrition. Make this meal a weekly special to stay on track!!
Winter Stew ! Full of warm spices and orange flavour. Offers high minerals & good kidney food for winter months.
Black Kale has a particular taste to it that adds to the enjoyment of this dish, but it can be substituted for spinach or outer green leaves of cabbage. It should be noted that frying, toasting, roasting, baking foods with a high starch content produces a compound called acrylamide. The more brown present in the food the higher levels of acrylamide present. This is why raw, steamed & boiled are preferential ways of preparing food. You will note this dish does not have a high starch content as it is carbohydrate free. Stir fry’s should not be an everyday affair for those recovering from chronic illness.
Blackberries are rich in antioxidants which help keep toxins out of the body. Due their abundance in polyphenols (type of antioxidant) they are reputed to have anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation is at the heart of many chronic conditions and premature aging in the body. Studies from European Journal of Nutrition and Nutritional Neuroscience Journal showed benefits from 8 weeks of consuming blackberries with improved cognitive and motor functions and neuroprotective benefits.[i] It is thought these benefits are due to a high polyphenol and manganese content. Manganese is a trace mineral that is essential to the functioning of the brain. Blackberries also contain anthocyanin like many other purple colour foods including blueberries, cherries and red cabbage. Anthocyanin has been positively linked to increased longevity, cardiovascular health and dementia.