Food and Health Go Hand In Hand
Good nutrition is the cornerstone of good health. Making small adjustments and healthy food choices could significantly improve your wellbeing. I am a huge advocate for improving one’s health through natural means and ways.
Every Time You Eat Or Drink You Are Either Feeding or Fighting Disease
Our diet and what (and how) we consume food is one of the biggest contributors to ill-health. The majority of the life-threatening conditions are caused or worsened by our food choices. Diabetes and heart diseases to name a few. It’s never too late to introduce healthy choices into your life. You have nothing to lose, except maybe a few pounds . I am a passionate foodie that loves spending hours in the kitchen designing and recreating dishes, trying to put a healthy spin on them.
These pancakes look like a whole plate of guilty pleasures but are quite the opposite. Packed with protein, nutrients and gut-healing properties. Whole grains ensure they’re high in fiber, sugar stabilizing and low GI. Great for diabetics and anyone with digestive-disorders.
A simple and quick recipe that will have you dunking crispy cauliflower breadsticks into dip in no time! Very nutritious, low in carbs and very tasty!
This recipe for Thai Iced Tea with Milk is a healthy twist to a refreshing favorite throughout Asia. perfectly paired with hot summer days and even hotter curries. This homemade spice-infused tea keeps the signature traits of Thai tea but omits the artificial colorants, sugar, and cream.
A healthy twist to a traditional Thai favorite. Sticky rice that’s full of great smelling spices and paired with refreshing mango for an irresistible duet.
Dates are whole food sweeteners packed with antioxidants, nutrients and fibre. As a healthy sugar alternative, date syrup fights against weight gain, is gut-healing and stabilises blood-sugar levels. Ideal for sweetening just about anything, this simple date syrup recipe moves you another step forward in making better health choices.
Coconut milk is high in plant-based saturated fats, which convert easily into energy and boost the function of the endocrine system, thyroid function and enhances the secretion of insulin to regulate blood sugar. Even if you’re not too concerned about the health aspect, the flavour of true homemade coconut milk is like no other and it’s well worth taking the time and effort to learn how to make it at home.
This healthy homemade chocolate is low in fat, but moderate in protein, making it an ideal snacks for boosting energy levels. Having said that, they’re also great as an in between meals snack or even as an after dinner treat. Filled with gut healing gelatin, these dairy and refined sugar-free treats are truly delicious!
Are you tired of trying healthy bread recipes that land up being too dense, too wet or just all together gross. If you’re into light and fluffy breads that make awesome sandwiches or toasties but are looking for a healthier and gluten-free alternative, look no further.
Fruit, vegetables and/or herbs added to water for the flavours and health benefits of the ingredients you’re using to infuse into the drinking water it’s in. Read the facts and try some of the recipes.
Coconut milk is a great addition to homemade dishes, it’s both creamy and filling and makes an excellent healthy alternative to cows milk or cream. The only draw back is the distinct and sweet coconutty flavour! If you’re using it as much as I do you’ll want to try these different coconut milk recipes for taste variations.
You won’t believe these delicious, healthy cookies are actually good for you. Both dairy and refined-sugar free, low in calories, carbs and fats. Best of all they’re so simple to make!
Homemade gummies are practically fat free, refined sugar free, and low in carbs. These delicious gelatin treats have health benefits including hair, skin and nail support, digestive support, hormone balancing, bone and muscle maintenance, anti-inflammatory properties, cellulite reduction and anti-aging properties.