If you want to provide a non-chemical based vitamin C for yourself and your family, then Camu Camu powder is a must have! It is one of the richest sources of nature-based vitamin C available and based on scientific research, is more powerful than isolated, processed ascorbic acid (synthetically made Vit C)...
If you have a lot of leftovers and need to whip up a simple, yet incredibly nourishing and yummy dish then why not try this easy dish. You could also add in leftover roasted veggies or use leftover roasted chicken, pork or beef.
Such a simple and quick recipe to whip up, and not to mention tasty. This is a really easy way to begin introducing more probiotics into your diet, and if you have kids, their diet too. If you don't have strawberries available to you, try using any seasonal fruit you have access too, whether its mango, kiwi-fruit or delicious ripe bananas or stone fruit, they will all taste delicious.
Broth is a must have staple in any kitchen, it can be used as the base for soups, stews, curry's, gravies and sauces + you can poach meat or eggs in it, cook your veggies in it and even drink it straight from a mug, just be sure to season it with salt, pepper, turmeric and lemon juice to boost the flavour and add extra nutrition to it.
This is such a delicious side to enjoy with seafood, roasted chicken or a beautiful piece of grass-fed steak. You can get as creative with the ingredients as you like, and to change the flavour of the whole dish try adding in garlic, chilli and/ or herbs like thyme, rosemary or sage and spices like garam masala, turmeric or ground coriander. You can even try adding in small segments of fresh lemon or lime for little pops of zesty flavour bombs.
When we typically think of superfoods, we think of green leafy vegetables, a super berry like Camu Camu, or some other form like wild-caught salmon. But most people don’t even consider liver which is the most nutrient-dense superfood on the planet. It's incredibly rich in Vitamin E: a potent anti-oxidant, it is also essential for reproductive health as well as tissue repair and optimal circulation. It's a good source of vitamin C and the B vitamins, especially B6, B9 (folic acid) and B12. There are also minerals found in chicken liver including calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and selenium. Liver is an incredible food, a great way to eat from head to tail and a way to honour the animal.
This is such a versatile recipe to create, you can drizzle it over salads for a dressing, serve with veggie fritters, serve with veggie sticks or crackers or even on top of poached eggs. The benefit of this dip is that it's incredibly rich in probiotics.
Finding a healthy (chocolate) snack can be a challenge when you have to be nut, dairy and gluten free. The Inca Inchi seeds are a complete source of protein and contains essential fatty acids and dietary fibre, they also provide a wonderful crunchy texture, making the chocolate even more enjoyable. This recipe is so simple and easy to whip up, and as a bonus, incredibly good for you too! We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Looking for a healthy alternative to those processed pre-made powder hot chocolate mixes? Then you will love this, it's such a treat! Its completely made from wholefoods and is absolutely delicious!
These are an easy and healthier alternative to store-bought marshmallows which often contains colours, flavours, preservatives and other dubious ingredients. With the added gelatin, it provides some gut loving support too!