• If you haven’t heard of black rice, it’s not surprising. However, if you’ve already cut white rice out of your diet and replaced it with brown, congratulations! You’re headed in the right direction. Before you dash out the door and head to your supermarket, have a read about why this “forbidden” grain should be the

  • The answer is a resounding “YES”! This wonder fruit has so many proven benefits that it’s surprising that not more people are including it in their daily routine. Here’s a quick introduction before we head into WHY avocados are great. Native to South Central Mexico and considered a fruit, the avocado is rather unique. Essentially,

  • Smoothies and juices are a quick way to “eat” your greens and fruits, while keeping you full and healthy! In this week’s “Drink of the Week”, we introduce you to one of our all-time favourites: The Smooth Berry Booster! You can use ANY of your preferred berries in place of what we’ve used here. Whether

  • Turmeric Chicken with Garlic and Broccoli Serves 2. Takes about 30 minutes. Ingredients – 2 pieces of chicken breast filets, free range and organic, cut into strips or bite-size pieces. – 1 small head of broccoli, woody stem cut off. Cut into florets. – Pink Himalayan Salt (or natural Sea Salt). – Freshly ground black

  • The origin of the lemon is unknown. They are thought to have first been grown either in Assam (a region in northeast India), northern Burma or China. A study of the genetic origin of the lemon reported it to be hybrid between bitter orange (sour orange) and citron. Lemons are a fabulous source of vitamin

  • Turmeric is part of the ginger family. It’s native to southern Asia, requiring specific temperatures and a considerable amount of annual rainfall to thrive. When not used fresh, the rhizomes are boiled for about 30–45 minutes and then dried in hot ovens, after which they are ground into a deep-orange powder commonly used as a

  • The garlic’s closest relatives include the onion, shallot, leek and chive. With a history that dates back to several thousand years of human consumption and use, garlic is native to the region between the Mediterranean and China. It has long been a common seasoning worldwide. It was known to Ancient Egyptians, and has been used

  • Originating from Asia, ginger has been used for thousands of years for its medicinal properties, culinary and aromatic properties. The top commercial produces of ginger are Indonesia, Fiji, Australia, India and Jamaica. Here are the health benefits of ginger: Soothes digestive system reduces inflammation reduces pain prevents stomach ulcers stimulates circulation and maintains normal blood

  • Honey is a sugary substance produced, and stored, by certain social hymenopteran insects. It is produced from the sugary secretions of plants or insects, such as floral nectar or aphid honeydew, through regurgitation, enzymatic activity, and water evaporation. The type of honey produced by honey bees is the most well-known, due to its global commercial

  •   In a fast-paced environment, it is easy to forget good habits. When your routine is full of tasks and obligations, simple healthier habits that we have been brought up to doing are forgotten. Here are 5 tips too healthier everyday habits: Start your day with a glass of lemon water. Take your daily vitamins

  • Make 2017 the best ever for your body. Stock the fridge with organic produce that is healthy for everybody at home. Here are our top 5 recommendations Organic salads – Always a good thing to have and easy enough to prep for a meal or snack. Natural Yoghurt – Essential for the body and great

  • Are you resolving to live healthier and better? Have you set goals but are not be able to keep them? Do you want to be able to stick to your goals? Here are 5 ways to achieve your goals. Put Pen to Paper – Write down your goals and set alarms on your mobile device

  •   How we cook our foods is vital to keeping their nutrients while satisfying our palate. Here are the TOP 5 ways to healthier cooking.   Steaming Our absolute favourite. Steaming fish with vegetables keeps the nutrients intact whilst developing the flavour. The rewarding part is that the dish is oil-free.   2) Roasting A

  • Secrets to Clean Eating Eating clean is a simple concept. The idea of clean eating is being mindful of the food’s pathway between its origin and your plate. Clean eating is about eating whole foods. These are foods that are minimally or not at all processed or refined. They are closest to their natural form.

  • We live in a world where almost all produce is laced with pesticide. The corporations that run the farms do not care about the diseases, illnesses and lack of nutrition that pesticides cause. Going organic has numerous benefits. We have listed some of them below. – Contains fewer or no pesticides. – Organic farming is