Don’t have time for breakfast? No matter how hectic your mornings get, there is one habit you should not fluff off and that is, eating breakfast. Research shows that regular breakfast eaters tend to lose more weight and keeping it off.
No reason to count the calories! This guiltless recipe has bountiful health benefits while helping to improve your memory, improve heart health, balance blood sugar metabolism, improve weight loss, control food cravings, boost your immunity and is a natural mood elevator and anti-depressant.
Everyone knows that protein is definitely an important nutrient you need in your diet to maintain energy, build strength and muscle, bone health and repair of every cell in your body. However, not everyone is up to eating loads of animal protein to get their daily requirements.
As a food advocate and functional nutritionist, I like to start my day with a power smoothie that is packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and super foods! The added nutrient-dense ingredients such as fruit, veggies, yogurt, fiber and good fats are all necessary for good nutrition
Kale is so good for you and is considered a super food due to its many health-promoting properties. Kale is descendent of the wild cabbage, which is why it is similar to other cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, mustard greens, brussels sprouts and bok choy.
This quick and easy recipe makes a wonderful tasty breakfast that you can prepare in advance or take on the go. You can also use chia seeds in recipes for your breakfast, snack or even dessert.
Tomatoes are a popular and versatile food and perfect healthy addition to so many recipes. Tomatoes are widely known for their many health-promoting benefits, especially for containing a phytonutrient known as lycopene. This salad is so easy to make and lets you enjoy the wonderful sweet taste of fresh tomatoes paired with the creamy texture of avocados.
A healthy, light and fluffy muffin recipe with a hidden vegetable inside- A sweet potato! These flourless sweet potato muffins need only one bowl and are packed full of protein, fiber and take less than 25 minutes to whip up- Naturally gluten-free, vegan and sugar-free, it’s the perfect healthy snack to enjoy, especially this festive season!
My favourite Indian restaurant here is named Saffron, for obvious reasons after the flavourful spice, and it absolutely delicious. It’s for the special occasions where you just have to indulge in exquisite food; my birthday, my graduation, my dad’s birthday, lunch with the Mr, a random law school lunch, and that time we just had to have Indian food ordered at home.
There is so much folate in this pesto, you will make a pound of serotonin before bedtime, which means a night of great sleep and a smile in the morning.