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Chia Pudding

Chia Pudding

Author: Sophia Gerontakos.   Chia pudding is a snack that really satisfies and covers many bases nutritionally as chia seeds are a source of omega 3 fatty acids as well as complete protein. Depending what else you add (and the options are endless) you can get a whole range of other delightful nutrients in there such as antioxidants (berries and/or raw cacao) and magnesium (raw cacao or cacao nibs) just to

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5 Min Breaky (or brunch or lunch!) ‘To Go’

5 Min Breaky (or brunch or lunch!) ‘To Go’

Author: Sophia Gerontakos. If you are like me and don’t like eating super early in the morning or just don’t have time, this is one of the best ‘to go’ breakfasts I’ve come up with yet.  A decent breakfast is super important for regulating blood sugar and sustaining energy levels throughout the day so it can’t be skipped, but a slow leisurely breakfast at home is not always feasible and

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Stewed Apples (a.k.a. Gut-loving fibre)

Stewed Apples (a.k.a. Gut-loving fibre)

Author: Sophia Gerontakos. Stewed apples are a form of ‘gut-friendly’ fibre which means they have a healing effect in the intestines and may improve the balance of gut flora, helping to create an environment where beneficial bacteria thrive, therefore being a ‘prebiotic’.  Apples contain pectin which has many health benefits.  When cooked, pectin is extracted and forms a gel which has a healing and regulating effect within the intestinal tract.  When

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Alkaline Zucchini Lasagne Spirals

Alkaline Zucchini Lasagne Spirals

Author: Leisa Armstrong.  3 large or 4 medium zucchinis Sea salt 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 onion 6 large mushrooms ½ medium cauliflower 2 carrots 2 celery sticks 2 cloves garlic 500g tomato pasta sauce (no added sugar) 2 cups baby spinach Optional – sea salt, pepper and chilli flakes to taste 2 tablespoons olive oil ¼ cup flour 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast 2 cups almond milk, unsweetened Thinly slice

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Delicious ‘Baked’ Beans and Eggs

Delicious ‘Baked’ Beans and Eggs

Author:  Fi McCormick. My husband doesn’t like tomato, so whenever he’s away we have lots of tomato-based meals.  This delicious recipe is perfect for a lazy week end breakfast, or a hearty evening meal, fabulous for the cooler months ahead. Preparation time is pretty short, you just need to have the time for slow and gentle cooking to develop a lovely thick texture. Its health benefits are almost endless- packed with

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