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soup, pumpkin, coconut
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Bowled over sweet potato soup

1 sweet potato 1 leek 1/2 white onion 500mL of water 1 vegetable stock cube 1tsp of flour (GF flour if required) 1tsp of butter or nuttlex Add one teaspoon of butter (or dairy free spread) and 1 teaspoon of flour to a pot over medium heat. Allow butter to melt, this will help thicken

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salad, fruits, berries
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LOL salad

Like it or love it? 2 cups of green leafy veggies of your choice. e.g. iceberg, spinach, kale, rocket 6 cherry tomatoes 1/3 cup of sweet corn- uncooked 100g of lean meat or tofu or chickpeas If you would like to mix it up a bit, add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar dressing and

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Chia Jam on Toast

1/2 cup chia seeds 1 cup berries of your choice 1/2 cup water 2 pieces of wholegrain toast Add chia seeds, berries and water into a saucepan over medium heat and simmer while stirring constantly for 10 minutes. Once thickened to consistency, remove from heat and allow to cool. TIP. Make the jam once, store

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Quinoa Porridge

1 cup quinoa flakes 1 tablespoon rice syrup 1 cup milk of your choice (I use almond milk) Add all ingredients into a saucepan over medium heat, bring to the boil, stirring occasionally. Once thickening to your desired texture, remove from heat an allow stand for 5 minutes. Top with fruit or nuts of your

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Come float with me

If you read my salt therapy blog recently, then you won’t be surprised to know I was also late to my first float session, I was feeling incredibly stressed, we had such a busy week, sick children, sick ourselves, I actually later found out I had pneumonia! It was the middle of tax season, and

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Just add a pinch of salt

It was our first salt session in a long time. I had been once, maybe twice before. I remember it was when Ted was little and suffered from recurring bronchiolitis in his first year. Our friends had some great success with salt therapy, particularly with keeping all the childcare bugs at bay. We were very

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What breastfeeding taught me about self-care

I count myself incredibly lucky to have been able to breastfeed my children, it was one of those things that I wanted to really focus my energy into and aim to be as successful as possible. I was able to feed my son for 10 months, mix feeding from 5 months, and my daughter is

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What is health?

This is a question that comes up frequently from our clients, so we wanted to share with you all the different ways you can look at health because like many things in life there isn’t one single definition or one right way to look at it. Firstly, I would love you to take some time

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Stacey’s story

Stomach and digestive problems have been an issue I have been dealing with for as long as I can remember, I was a very fussy eater as a child, and suffered a lot of anxiety as a child, which often affected my eating habits. Throughout my teenage years, there were times I was so stressed

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Recipe

Healthy Honey Soy Chicken

Have you been looking for the perfect fast and healthy lunch/dinner option? Something you can make in 20 minutes, or something you can prepare and use for the next few days? Look no further. To make 2 servings follow the below recipe, double/triple if you are feeding more people or preparing for the week.  500g

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