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Leading a busy life does not always leave a lot of time to prepare extensive healthy meals. Here is a super tasty recipe you can prepare in less than 30 minutes. It is also great as part of your spring detox programme. Ingredients: serves 2 1 packet of firm or semi-firm tofu (GMO free), cut into small cubes 1 clove garlic, finely chopped 1 – 2 teaspoons freshly grated ginger 1 – 2 tablespoons soy or Tamari sauce 1 – 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 small cabbage, […] Continue reading →

Paleo Nutty Energy Balls

You better hide this delicious treat in the back of your fridge or freezer, if you don’t want to gobble it all up in one go – it is that moreish! In addition it is super healthy and takes just a few minutes to make. If eaten at night, it helps burn fat fast. Ingredients: 1 cup raw or roasted almond, cashew, sunflower or peanut butter or a mixture of 2. 1 – 2 tablespoons cold pressed, organic coconut oil 1 tablespoon minced ginger 1/4 cup chia seeds 1 cup raisins, goji […] Continue reading →

A healthy, satisfying meal that is quick to prepare. Double up on the gnocchi recipe and freeze half for a later date. These can also be served with different sauces, eg: pesto, Napoli etc. This dish is as good on cold winter evenings as it is for al fresco meals in the hotter months. Ingredients: for the gnocchi: 250 ml sweet potato puree (mashed, boiled sweet potatoes, cooled in the fridge) +/- 750 ml flour (spelt, rye, wholewheat, or a mixture) pinch of ground nutmeg salt & pepper to […] Continue reading →

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Nutty millet breakfast cookies I was recently visiting a friend who has a pretty cookbook called Wholegrain Mornings. Not being much of a breakfast eater I didn’t think there’d be much for me in the book until I tasted the breakfast cookies my friend had just made. A wonderful invention… a dessert item healthy enough to eat for breakfast, I was sold! I photographed the recipe in the book but because it’s a blurry picture and I’m awful at sticking to recipes, which is not […] Continue reading →

I recently made this wonderfully refreshing drink as a pre-dinner drink on one of the first warm spring evenings of the season. We sat outside and enjoyed the balmy air, even my little ‘almost’ five year old guest Lexi loved it. If you like this drink with a little alcoholic pizzazz, just add a tot of ice cold vodka. Ingredients: 1/4 of a large watermelon, cooled in the fridge for at least 2 hours juice of one lemon grated ginger to taste 1/2 cup of ice cubes optional: a tot of […] Continue reading →

Everyone can learn to be happy – here are the steps you need to take, according to an article on mercola.com. Try them and experience the difference: Make happiness your goal The first step toward greater happiness is to choose it. You need to believe that happiness is possible, and that you deserve it. (Hint: You do. Everyone does!) Research shows that the mere intention to become happier actually makes a big difference.12 Identify what makes you happy If it’s been awhile since […] Continue reading →

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… not that we did not always know it, but it is good to see backed by research! Posted by: Dena Schmidt, staff writer in Exercise News November 28, 2016 7 Comments   109 (NaturalHealth365) Everyone is aware of the benefits of exercise including cardiovascular health, improved physical fitness and emotional well-being.  But, did you know – with the rising concerns about dementia – regular exercise can improve your memory? That’s right!  Just 15 minutes of exercise per day has […] Continue reading →

These crackers are dead easy to prepare without any equipment and are a great stand-by for those snack attacks. They are delicious on their own, but also go with dips, humus, vegan cheeses,  as an accompaniment to soups or salads, cheeses and even with sweet toppings. They are nutrient dense, providing ample essential fatty acids and are very satisfying – so much better and healthier than plain old potato crisps. Ingredients 200 g sunflower seeds 60 g flax seeds (coarsely crushed in […] Continue reading →