Tigernuts have been around for thousands of years. In fact, according to research published by Oxford University, they made up 80 per cent of the diet of ‘Nutcracker Man’, who lived two million years ago. They’ve hung around a fair while too –  a popular choice at the local sweet shop as recently as the …

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If you’ve been hanging around on my blog pages for a little while, you’ll know I’m regularly talking about how little time I have to cook. Strange, given ‘food blogger’ is my full time job right?! Things get in the way like content planning, emails, interviews and accounting. So when it comes to those who work …

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If you love chocolate, and peanut butter, you’re going to be salivating over this new creation by Donna Hay. Its one of the recipes in the newest issue of Fresh + Light – her healthy (yes, you read that right) but just as delicious quarterly magazine packed with nutritious options. This one has just 5 …

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After feeling unusually tired for a few months, I went for a check-up at my GP surgery. More than just feeling over-worked, my muscles were fatigued and I was needing more sleep than usual. After a blood test we found I had low levels of iron stores. Iron is actually a very tricky mineral to absorb, with …

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  A model, Holistic Health Coach, and wellness blogger, I came across Brooke through my fave social media platform Instagram. Long ago, I was drooling over her images, but over the last 6 months have learnt we have a mutual and dear friend in Sarah Holloway (of Matcha Maiden fame). When I learnt that Brooke …

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Tummy troubles are super common in todays society. A mixture of food intolerances, stress and poor diet can leave us prone to bloating and discomfort on a daily basis. Improving your gut health can be as simple as including some super ingredients and fermented foods. Check out these delish smoothie recipes to bring your tum back …

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If you’re a healthy foodie and you don’t know who Ella Woodward is, you’ve probably been out meditating at a yogi retreat in the wilderness for the past year or so and missed the whole Deliciously Ella scoop. In a few brief sentences – Ella is one of the present darlings of the European health …

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So we know we’re not meant to chow down on them daily, but protein bars can offer a super convenient options when you’re hungry on-the-go. But let’s be honest, there are a few good reasons they’re not stocked next to the kale and blueberries at your grocery store. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve eaten them all …

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By Sally O’Neil, Editor in Chief There’s a new trendy beverage filling mugs across Australia and health experts are singing its praises. So what’s this magical elixir? Bone broth. It’s been considered a healing tonic in many cultures for thousands of years, but like most things in health, we’re turning back the clock and looking at old …

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