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Eat Yourself Healthy – Sally Joseph

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Why Bone Broth Is The Secret To Natural Beauty

Why Bone Broth Is The Secret To Natural Beauty

  If you’ve been wondering what all the fuss is with this latest health ‘fad’ of drinking bone broth, you might be surprised to hear this culinary tradition dates back centuries ago.  But as with so many food traditions, the slow food movement was lost with the birth of processed foods.  The consumption of processed foods has been largely responsible for the demise in our health, as we’ve traded convenience for disease! But most of us wouldn’t view eating packaged foods this way, choosing to believe the false claims made by so many manufacturers.  In my view, the beauty industry is just as guilty as the manufacturers

Why Globe Artichokes Are The Nutritional Bomb!

Why Globe Artichokes Are The Nutritional Bomb!

How many of you have passed by this prickly looking bud in the fresh food section of your supermarket – having no idea what it is, – let alone what on earth you would do with it in your kitchen?   Well, what if I told you that globe artichokes are a nutritional power-house and super quick and easy to prepare as a delicious snack or appetiser? Globe artichokes are actually a member of the thistle family and just one serving contains more anti-oxidants than dark chocolate, blueberries or red wine! The antioxidants contained in fresh artichokes provide a range of health benefits, ranging from cancer

Raspberry Chia Coconut Pudding

Raspberry Chia Coconut Pudding

Gluten Free, Cow’s Dairy Free, Fructose Free, Diabetic Friendly, Paleo friendly, Low Carb If you fancy a change from eggs or smoothies for breakfast, then chia seed pudding is a great alternative!  It’s easy to make, but best prepared the night before, or when you have an hour or so to allow it to set. Chia seeds are a rich source of fibre and combined with creamy coconut or almond milk, it makes a delicious low sugar dessert, breakfast or snack. What you’ll need…  3 cups unsweetened coconut or almond milk ( make sure these are free from the preservative carrageenan)

Cauliflower Rice

Cauliflower Rice

  What You’ll Need… 1 head cauliflower, any size 1 -2 TBSPS olive oil 1 TBSP pasteurized butter Himalayan or Celtic sea salt and cracked pepper to taste 1/2 cup flat leaf parsley, roughly chopped ( garnish) How to make… Cut the head of cauliflower into quarters, then trim out the inner core from each quarter. Break apart the cauliflower into large florets with your hands. If the core is tender, you can chip it into pieces and add it with the florets. Add some water to a steamer and bring to the boil with the lid on. Add the

Almond & Herb Hummus

Almond & Herb Hummus

GF, DF, SF, PF, DBF, AC, VV I prefer to make my own hummus, because it always tastes so much better, not to mention the money it saves! If this isn’t one of the simplest and fastest healthy snack recipes going around, then I’ll eat my hat!It’s my personal take on traditional hummus and it’s so much healthier than most bought hummus brands that are typically made on genetically modified and processed canola oil!It literally takes 5 minutes to whip up and you can keep it on hand for when those snack attacks come calling! Perfect when you are trying

Toasted Pine Nut Quinoa & Kale Salad

Toasted Pine Nut Quinoa & Kale Salad

Quinoa makes a delicious gluten free alternative to rice and pasta and it’s also higher in protein.  Enjoy this salad as a side with any animal protein such as fish, chicken or meat, or as a vegetarian option during week one and two on the Eat Yourself Healthy program. I suggest making a little extra to keep on hand in the fridge for when you are short on cooking time. Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Sugar free, Cow’s Dairy free,  Diabetic Friendly, Detox Friendly What you’ll need…  1/12 cups cooked quinoa 2 cups of kale,  finely chopped 1/2 – 3/4 cup toasted pine nuts 1

Herb and Yoghurt Dressing

Herb and Yoghurt Dressing

Gluten Free, Cow’s Dairy Free, Fructose Free, Diabetic Friendly, Paleo friendly, Low Carb In keeping with my healthy fat is good for you’ theme, I created this scrummy salad dressing  that’s tastes delicious over any salad or even chicken and of course it only makes minutes to make!  This dressing contains 3 sources of healthy fat  – thanks to the tahini, sheep’s yoghurt and extra virgin olive oil. If you add avocado to your salad  there’s another source!  Don’t be afraid people, embrace good fat and watch your hips and thighs shrink! What you’ll need…  1 Tbsp. plain sheep’s yoghurt 1/2 cup Extra virgin olive

Berry Delicious Smoothie

Berry Delicious Smoothie

Gluten Free, Cow’s Dairy Free, Low Sugar, Paleo This is my favourite breakfast smoothie when I don’t have time to make the Green Goddess power smoothie. The berries make it rich in antioxidants and you can throw in a your favourite super foods like chia seeds, or spirulina to boost your nutrition! If you’re always on the fly at breakfast then this recipe is for you. What you’ll need… ¾ cup mixed frozen berries (preferably organic ) 1 – 2 heaped dessert spoons protein powder – I recommend organic pea or hemp seed powder 1 handful baby spinach leaves (optional)

Christmas Pomegranate Salad

Christmas Pomegranate Salad

Gluten Free – Low Carb – Dairy Free – Diabetic Friendly – Vegetarian In keeping with the true colours of Christmas, I created this delicious recipe that will really brighten up your table on Christmas day.   But the best thing about this salad (aside from the beautiful array of colour) is that you will be eating your way to better health, thanks to the bountiful nutritional benefits of pomegranate!  Pomegranate is renowned for being rich in antioxidants, which can help to prevent LDL (bad cholesterol) from oxidizing, helping to prevent atherosclerosis and reduce the build of plaque in the arteries, whilst increasing levels of HDL (good cholesterol).  Research has indicated that the compounds in pomegranate may

Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry

Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry

Vegan – Gluten Free – Sugar Free – Dairy Free – Low GI – Diabetic Friendly If you have been following my Eat Yourself Healthy In 28 Days, program you will know that rice is not really your friend if your goal is to lose weight.  But I’ll always offer a healthier substitute, for any food I recommend you avoid, so you will never feel deprived!   One of the best substitutes for high starch mashed potato or rice, is this delicious low carb cauliflower rice!  It takes just minutes to make, tastes delicious and is so versatile you will never notice the

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