Recipes

Lemon Macadamia SliceBy JordanA tropical taste sensation! Lemon, coconut and macadamia nuts, sweetened with honey and with a lovely warmth from the ginger - this slice is as delicious as it is speedy!
Cleansing Green JuiceBy JordanA refreshing, zingy, cleansing green juice that's so simple to put together - perfect for when you have a hectic morning!
Herb & Feta Buckwheat MuffinsBy JordanYou can buy buckwheat flour at health food shops or in the health food aisle of some supermarkets. It's gluten free and provides a nice earthy flavour. These muffins also have a sneaky veggie added in and are super delicious served warm or from the oven with some butter on top.
Cultured Turmeric KrautBy JordanConsuming fermented foods is an easy way to ensure you're getting the most nutritional value from your whole foods as it enhances all of their beneficial properties and also increases the nutrient value!
Italian Style Slow Cooked ChickenBy JordanA fantastically hearty meal, that's so simple to prepare! Serve with rice, cauliflower puree or cauliflower rice. You can also change it up by adding in whatever herbs you have to hand - like rosemary or oregano.
3 Ingredient Cashew CookiesBy JordanThree ingredients have never tasted so good! Easily fill your tins with these nutrient rich little beauties!
Low Carb Blueberry SmoothieBy JordanBlending your Changing Habits supplements and minerals with fruit is a great way to get your daily goodness.
Choc Caramel SliceBy JordanEasy chocolate caramel heaven! You can even add in a banana if you like to make it a Banoffee slice. Enjoy!
Roasted Pumpkin Salad with Creamy Avocado DressingBy JordanA colourful, nutritious salad, topped with a deliciously creamy, healthy dressing! This salad is super tasty as is, or can be used as a base and topped with leftovers like cooked chicken or salmon.
Meatballs with Hidden LiverBy JordanI'm always recommending to my clients to see where they can incorporate liver into their diet due to the high amounts of bioavailable nutrients it contains. It plays a key role in rebuilding nutritional deficiencies. Did you know that liver is one of the best sources of bio-available Vitamin A, it contains all the B Vitamins and is particularly high in Vitamin B12, iron and trace minerals. Adding a few spoons of liver pate into your meatballs or rissoles is one of the easiest ways to sneak in all of this goodness. I've also added in the Changing Habits Turmeric powder into this recipe, it also has amazing anti-inflammatory properties and so much more.
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