Coming Off Anti-Depressants

Around 2 years ago, I was in a bad place mentally and physically. I had been burning the candle at both ends, very stressed, eating poorly, exhausted yet always wanting to do more, more, more. I had started a new job and for the first 6 months, was on probation whereby you have very little […]

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How to Build Resilience to Stress

We live in a very different world today than our parents inhabited. Today, both parents work, things are far more expensive including childcare and housing, jobs are more stressful, the rate of change in industries and companies is unprecedented, there is no such thing as a permanent job, social media pressures are everywhere, technology is […]

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The Muddy Waters of Nutrition

I first started studying nutrition and health coaching back in 2016 when I got an unexpected redundancy from a company and found myself with a few months time out from the normal 9-5 grind. I signed up to the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) to qualify as a health coach (a relatively unheard of term […]

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Buckwheat Pancakes

With Pancake Tuesday upon us this week, this one is very popular right now Here’s a simple healthier take pancakes for the whole family. Try it instead of the white flour + egg traditional version and see what you think! Ingredients 1 Cup of Buckwheat Flour 1 Cup of Rice Milk 2 teaspoons of Chia […]

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My Inspiration Canvas

Someday I will transform these little messages of positivity into an art canvas to hang on a wall in my home so that all my family and friends can benefit from this wisdom. Because we all need a little nudge in the right direction some days.

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Morrocan Stew

Inspired by the Happy Pears harira soup, I think this dish is actually more of a rocking dinner. It is so hearty and meaty (without the meat) it is particularly suited to the colder months but good as a healthy lunch when the sun is up too. It is loaded with fiber and protein to […]

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Peanut + Fudge Squares

Satisfy your sweet tooth with real-food healthy swaps, like these chocolaty treats that have little to no sugar. They’re loaded with good-for-you fat that helps you feel full, making just one square more than enough! They also make a healthier post-Valentines day dinner treat too.

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Vegan Chili

This is a super hearty chili that is sure to warm the belly of even the biggest carnivores out there! This is great on its own or served with brown rice or naan bread for dipping. Make a double batch and freeze some for those days when you just do not have the time to […]

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Chickpea + Potato Bake

It’s wintry, cold and dark outside and I just crave these warming super nutritious stew type dishes to come home to in the evenings. Grab a bowl, a blanket and curl up in front of the open fire eating this!

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Strawberry + Kale Smoothie

A super simple smoothie that provides a good hit of vitamins and minerals with a combo of fruit and super organic kale. You will need: 1 punnet of strawberries 1 banana A handful of ideally organic kale leaves 1 tbsp of hemp seeds Fill to the max with half water and half non-dairy milk of […]

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Kale + Apple Green Smoothie

I love simple recipes with a few ingredients that when whipped together provide a tasty nourishing experience for our bodies. We are all busy people, we need simple nourishing food! This is probably why I love smoothies so much and I tend to stick to simple combinations that work well together in the blend. Each […]

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Super Immunity

I just finished my lecture weekends on the Immune system. I thought Digestion was complicated (Its Just One Bite of Food). I thought Biochemistry was mind-blowing. I was amazed at the Liver and all the things it does for us. However, the immune system is on another level. Let me give you an example. We have […]

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