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Grass Vs Grain Fed Meat…the healthier choice

Grass Vs Grain Fed Meat...the healthier choice

  You may recall a recent post I wrote on the health benefits of choosing organic chicken vs caged or free range chicken and eggs , but when it comes to red meat, it’s just as important to consider what your T-bone steak was fed, drenched in, and injected with, BEFORE throwing it on the barby! Australia is one of the largest producers and exporters of red meat and that means BIG business, but like so many corporate entities, meat producers can be guilty of cutting corners with our health, in the name of a dollar!  Australian cattle are either grass fed

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

Out Of My (food) Comfort Zone…

Out Of My (food) Comfort Zone...

I’m in the US right now and so far I’ve travelled 7 cities in 14 days, so if  jet lag, followed by jumping planes, trains and automobiles every couple of days hasn’t been enough to upset the apple cart, contending with trying to find real, whole food on the run in some places, has been.  When I travel, I try to eat just like I do back home  – the same as I recommend in my book, Eat Yourself Healthy.  My digestive system has grown accustomed to it’s usual Green Goddess juice  or super food power smoothie first thing of a

Top 10 tips for staying trim, dining out

Top 10 tips for staying trim, dining out

  It’s an age old quandary….how can we be healthy and still dine out?  Well the good news is YOU CAN!  It’s all in the CHOICES you make. I know for many folk, eating out for corporate lunches and dinners can all be part of ‘the job’, but eating out doesn’t have to lead to the expansion of the waist line.  Even the most hardened fine diner will struggle to argue it’s difficult to stay trim and eat out,  if they stick to these simple rules. So follow my tips and you won’t go wrong! Choose your restaurant wisely –  Avoid the obvious like the fast food

Should You Add Salt To Your Diet?

Should You Add Salt To Your Diet?

  For years we have been warned by the health authorities that fat is bad for our health and a major cause of common lifestyle diseases and salt has also experienced the same demonization. Labelled as a dangerous food additive and underlying cause of many diseases, the facts are if you eat the right sources of fats ( you can read more about healthy fats here) and consume salt in the right form, they will actually increase your longevity and help to prevent common lifestyle diseases. Salt is in fact essential for good health, so much so that the body cannot function without it.  Contrary to popular

Lemon & Herb Chicken

Lemon & Herb Chicken

Gluten Free – Sugar Free – Dairy Free – Diabetic Friendly -Low – Medium GI – Anti-Candida This has to be one of my all time favourite chicken recipes because it is so simple and the flavours are absolutely delicious. In fact it’s so easy that it is pretty well fool proof! You can whip this up at the drop of hat, perfect for when unexpected guests call by or your stuck for what to cook for dinner tonight! Be sure to use organic chicken and avoid any chemicals and added anti-biotics, not to mention it tastes so much better!

Goat Feta & Toasted Almond Quinoa Salad

Goat Feta & Toasted Almond Quinoa Salad

  Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Cows Dairy Free , Diabetic Friendly, Anti Candida This recipe is so easy and absolutely delicious thanks to combination of fresh ingredients. It can be adapted to be vegetarian or you can add some organic chicken for added animal protein if you fancy. I love using quinoa as a lower carbohydrate alternative to rice and other grains. Quinoa is actually a seed and comes in red, black and white varieties. It’s higher in protein than many grains, which enables your body to burn it up more slowly, leaving you fuller for longer. To make life easy for yourself, make up enough to last 2

Top 10 Tips To Staying Healthy, Eating Out

Top 10 Tips To Staying Healthy, Eating Out

  I know for many folk, entertaining clients out to lunch and corporate functions can be all part of ‘the job’, and grabbing a bite out because time has got away can be a regular occurrence in this busy day & age, but eating out does not necessarily have to be unhealthy, nor cause your waist line to expand. Just follow my top ten tips to healthy eating when dining out and you won’t go wrong! MY TOP TEN TIPS FOR STAYING TRIM, EATING OUT…. Choose your restaurant wisely. Avoid the obvious, like the fast food diner – that’s just a no brainer. Go for restaurants or

Homemade Tomatoe Sauce

Homemade Tomatoe Sauce

Vegan  –  Diabetic Friendly – Vegetarian  –  Gluten Free  –  Dairy Free  –  Medium GI For those of you who love your tom sauce but know commercial brands are full of rubbish including processed sugar, preservatives and artificial flavours, now there is NO excuse not to switch to the REAL DEAL with my homemade fresh tomatoe sauce!  It’s so quick to make and tastes so fresh and delicious, great added to gluten free pasta or as a sauce for lamb, chicken dishes or even a little on your morning eggs.  Try this recipe and I guarantee you will never go

Toasted Macadamia and Nectarine Salad

Toasted Macadamia and Nectarine Salad

Vegan – Vegetarian – Diabetic Friendly – Gluten Free – Dairy Free  Here’s a delicious summer salad I made a few weeks ago that will go well with anything you have prepared to serve on your Christmas table this year! It’s light and fresh with a delicate blend of sweetness from the nectarines and the sour from the lemon dressing. The best part is it’s so quick to prepare! Merry Christmas and here’s to a delicious Christmas lunch or dinner! I’d love to know what you have prepared for Christmas lunch and if you send in any of your favourite Christmas

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