What should I eat?

There is so much information out there about diet & let’s face it there are a lot of people who fancy themselves as experts.  Seriously, it gets confusing & honestly more than a bit overwhelming – I mean keto, paleo, grain free, intermittent fasting, FODMAPS, AIP – the list goes on (& on & on).Continue reading “What should I eat?”

Feeling a Little Run Down?

Let’s face it this year has already presented A LOT of challenges.  I try hard to be my best but sometimes I begin to feel run down.  It happens to everyone.  I know often a little nutritional boost is needed to keep me well & prevent a burnout. My go to’s: Bone Broth You mayContinue reading “Feeling a Little Run Down?”

Count Colours on Your Plate

The more colours you have, the more diversity you are getting – that means more antioxidants, more phytonutrients & more nutrients in general – yup, all the good stuff.  There is no single coloured fruit/vege which contains everything you need.  Bottom line –you need variety to get a good mix of multiple phytochemicals. The differentContinue reading “Count Colours on Your Plate”

Bone Broth

Heard of it but don’t know much about it?  Here are some questions I get asked.  I prefer Meadow & Marrow Bone Broth, so have based my answers on this brand & gathered some info from their website. What is it & how is it made? Meadow & Marrow Bone Broth is a pure boneContinue reading “Bone Broth”

Happy Healthy Skin

Beautiful glowing skin. In the aftermath of the overindulgence of Christmas & welcoming in 2020, getting back into work mode & navigating this hot summer – well, skin often falls to the bottom of the priority list. Some tips for you.  I know if I do these I find my skin is very happy! ☺️Continue reading “Happy Healthy Skin”

Digestive Enzymes?

Why do we need digestive enzymes? Your digestive system is made up of many organs.  In other words, it takes a lot of teamwork to break down the food & liquids you consume into proteins, carbohydrates, fats & vitamins.  Once they are broken down, they are then transported across the small intestine & into yourContinue reading “Digestive Enzymes?”