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Anti-Inflammatory Mango & Kale SmoothieThis anti-inflammatory mango and kale smoothie is jam-packed full of goodness. This is a recipe that I often recommend to my clients, particularly those who have an inflammatory condition. Inflammation is at the core of most common health woes - such as weight gain, gut dysfunction, hormonal imbalance, skin issues, auto-immune conditions, to name just a few. Each week in clinic I see numerous clients suffering from all kinds of inflammatory conditions. Because of this I wanted to share with you this recipe that I share with them, so anyone else who is struggling with an inflammatory condition can reap the benefits of it. This smoothie can be enjoyed for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
Daily Green JuiceOne of the best ways to boost your health, get glowing skin, give your liver a little TLC and increase your nutritional profile is with a daily green juice. Drinking an organic green juice daily is like giving your body a liquid vitamin and mineral hit because organic greens are loaded with vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients which are essential for optimal health. This drink is also very anti-inflammatory and it may help to boost your immune system, support detoxification, help to clear your skin and help you to feel more energetic. It’s really important to make sure the ingredients you use are organic, because when you juice fruit and vegetables you are creating a concentrated liquid, if this liquid is high is pesticides or toxins from conventional produce you are essentially exposing your body to harmful additives and toxins. Green juice should help to cleanse your body naturally supporting detoxification, not adding more toxins to it. Drink this health promoting drink daily to enhance your health and watch the positive benefits unfold.
Anti-Inflammatory Gut Healing TeaIf you've been following me on social media lately, you may have noticed I'm a little gut-health obsessed. I'm talking about it all the time. The reason for this is because I am extremely passionate about helping people improve their gut health. Good health truly stems from a healthy microbiome. Gut health is an area that I specialize in. Many years ago, I too suffered from gut issues (constipation, stomach cramps, leaky gut), so I know first hand how poor gut health can take a toll on your health, emotions, and overall vitality. This gut-healing tea is something you can enjoy between meals or before you go to bed in the evening. It contains ginger and slippery elm which are both anti-inflammatory and very healing to your intestinal lining.
Sweet Potato & Carrot WafflesThis is a really easy and fun recipe to make. It’s great for breakfast topped with an egg and avocado and a handful of leafy greens, or enjoy it for lunch and dinner alongside a fresh salad and a fried or poached egg.
Winter Green SmoothieIt can be very challenging to enjoy smoothies during the cooler months. I’ll be the first to admit that a warm, nourishing bowl of porridge soothes my soul and keeps me grounded for the day. However, on occasion, I do still like to enjoy a smoothie as smoothies truly are one of the best ways to give our body an easily digested dose of nutrients. This wintergreen smoothie is one I’ve been enjoying recently either for breakfast or an afternoon snack. It contains ginger which is great to support circulation, cinnamon which helps to stabilize blood sugar levels, apple which is high in fibre, kale which is also high in fibre as well as vitamin A, C, K, folate and flaxseed oil which has omega-3 fatty acids.
Slow Cooker Beef StewIt doesn’t get much easier than this! There are zero excuses to not make a healthy dinner with this recipe. All you’re required to do is put aside 10 minutes to chop up some ingredients, add them into a slow cooker, turn it on and walk away! Come home 8 hours later and you’ve got yourself a warming, nourishing, soulful dinner. My husband and I have been loving this recipe over these chilly winter nights, it’s a cook once, eat twice kind of meal we like to enjoy for two nights in a row.
Herb Roasted AsparagusSpring has sprung which means asparagus season is upon us, and I'm not going to lie... I'm super happy about it! I love this nutrient-rich vegetable. I'm currently in the middle of my 30 day spring cleanse challenge with a few of my lovely clients. This herb roasted asparagus dish is one I've been whipping up regularly lately. Roasted asparagus in the oven is one of the easiest ways to prepare asparagus. To make it more nutrient-rich and cleansing I've been adding parsley on top. It's the perfect side dish to any main meal. Asparagus is a superfood in my eyes. It's a wonderful source of beta-carotene, vitamins B1, B2, C, E K, folate and iron. Four cooked spears of fresh asparagus provide nearly half the daily recommendation for Vitamin K1, which aids bone and blood health. It's also rich in inulin. Inulin is important as it works as a prebiotic to help stimulate the growth of good healthy bacteria in the digestive system.
Baked Eggs & Veggies – One Pan MealIt doesn't get much simpler than this, baked eggs and veggies one-pan meal. The perfect easy to prep weeknight lunch or dinner meal, or weekend breakfast. It's a dish which you can add any veggies to you like. Have some fun with this recipe and see what delicious combinations you can come up with.
Beetroot Carrot Quinoa FrittersThis is a simple, healthy meatless dinner which you can whip up in no time! These delicious fritters are full of wholesome ingredients and are gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free. What I love about them is that they not only taste great, but they marry well with so many different ingredients such as feta cheese, leafy greens, avocado, herbs, fresh lemon juice. You can enjoy them on their own hot or cold, or enjoy them in a gluten-free burger bun as a meatless burger, top them with poached eggs or enjoy them as they are with a salad on the side. What's also great about them is that they are a good source of protein and fibre. This helps to fill you up and keep blood sugar levels stable. Thus making these beetroot carrot quinoa fritters the perfect food if you're watching your weight and wanting to boost your nutrition intake.
Simple Chicken Soup (Slow Cooker)Pure soul food! What could be more comforting than a bowl of hot chicken soup on a wet, cold and rainy night? This simple chicken soup takes about 10 minutes to prepare. All you have to do is chop up all the ingredients, add them into a slow cooker, then walk away for 8 hours! A key ingredient in this soup is the raw apple cider vinegar, as it helps to draw out essential minerals from the chicken bones, helping to make this soup mineral rich. Bone broth along with the garlic, turmeric, veggies, and protein are key ingredients to help keep your immune system strong during the cooler months.
Easy Zucchini FrittersThese fritters are unbelievably easy to make, containing only 7 ingredients (mostly spices). It’s the perfect lazy weekday dinner meal for 1, or weekend breakfast or lunch meal. They are wonderfully nutritious, vegetarian and paleo friendly. The trick to making these zucchini fritters work is by making sure you drain any excess moisture from them by squeezing the living daylights out of the zucchini once grated. Another trick is if you salt the grated zucchini and let it drain in a sieve in the sink, the salt will help draw out the excess water. Play around and have some fun with this recipe. You could easily add 1/2 green onion to it, sliced up bacon, or sliced red capsicum for something a little different.
Paleo Chicken CurryThis is one of my favourite nourishing and warming recipes as it's so simple to make and is super customizable. This recipe contains very basic ingredients however you can jazz it up by adding additional veggies such as courgettes, green beans, broccoli, carrots, even sweet potatoes or tomatoes. This meal is so warming and nourishing to your insides and contains ingredients which will help boost your immune system. Plus it tastes delicious, so what's not to love! Health promoting Ingredients: Garlic - strengthens the immune system, helps fight off coughs and congestion Turmeric - high in antioxidants and is anti-inflammatory Ginger - helps elevate throat and sinus infections, is anti-inflammatory

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