Milled Cereal Breakfast

The first foods you eat after your nightly fast are very important. The stomach acts like a sponge absorbing very quickly and effectively. So make it count with this great recipe. Antioxidant, anti inflammatory, high in zinc, selenium, calcium  Ingredients 2 tbsp sunflower seeds 1-2 tbsp pumpkin seeds 4 Brazil

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Free From Pancakes

Free From Pancakes

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. 1 Cup of almond Flour 1/4 Cup of favourite plant milk or water 1 -2 eggs (organic free range) Baking

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Turmeric Root versus Curcumin

Turmeric Root versus Curcumin

If I do an internet search for turmeric I get 100’s of hits on curcumin which would make you think they are one and the same. To add further confusion the latin name for turmeric is Curcuma Longa and maybe used when referring to curcumin which is inaccurate. So, to

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RECIPE: Millet Seaweed Special

RECIPE: Millet Seaweed Special

Millet is an ancient gluten free grain grown in Africa and parts of Europe. In fact it is technically a seed. It can grow in 70 days in the right conditions, making it a very sustainable crop and is one of the reasons for its popularity through the ages[i]. Energetically

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Orange Ginger Spicy Bean Stew

RECIPE: Orange Ginger Spicy Bean Stew

Black eyed peas have significant and equal proportions of magnesium, iron, potassium with no sodium. Many people supplement with these minerals and put themselves in danger of putting this delicate balance out. Unless it is known that there is a deficiency these minerals are best got through a healthy diet.

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Smoked Tofu Stir Fry

RECIPE:Smoked Tofu Stir Fry

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

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