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1 October 2010
Heralding spring - three chicken salads to celebrate the season

You can smell it in the air – it’s the smell of spring. Now mix that with the smell of fresh chicken salad and you’ll have a quick, healthy and delicious meal for a warm spring afternoon. The trick is to have some poached chicken in the fridge. It will last for up to four […]

23 September 2010
Three sugary treats for school holiday fun

A few old favourites to make with the kids over the holidays – there is nothing like baking these to take you straight back to your childhood and create a few memories for the kids. These recipes are no-fuss, simple delights – the bonus for you and the kids is they require very little washing […]

17 September 2010
The no-work work lunch diet

So you're on deadline and stressed? Or maybe you had one too many drinks the night before ... that Quarter Pounder is looking mighty tasty, isn't it? Ring any bells? While fried and battered, greasy fast food looks like the better option in these moments, refrain from temptation. Often the healthy alternative will feel better […]

10 September 2010
Spring into health with five seasonal salads

Spring … summer  – the perfect time for a BBQ, yummy salad and glass of wine (for me it’s a Sav Blanc). This is a fabulous way to eat – we need good lean meats, salads are healthy, and it’s been proven a few wines shared with friends is beneficial on a lot of levels! […]

6 September 2010
Don't live in sweet denial

Treats are good for the soul – they make you feel good, special, decadent, even deserving! Especially that spot of ‘self bribing’ we do – you know, the ‘I can have that bar of chocolate if I finish my tax tonight’ thought pattern. Following my no numbers rules, try and make your own or check […]

20 August 2010
The truth about yoghurt

At the supermarket, there is literally a wall of yoghurt, and one would be forgiven in thinking that ‘hey, it's yoghurt, all yoghurt is healthy’. I live by a simple mission – to avoid anything with additives and preservatives (numbers), and encourage others to do the same. For the uninitiated, this wall of yoghurt is […]

13 August 2010
The value of veggies

Vegetables remain undervalued in most people’s diets – not only are they delicious, they are full of fibre, vitamins and minerals. If you eat your veggies, you really don’t need any multivitamin tablets! But don’t take my word for it. Here are a few examples of the goodness of vegetables. Carrots Carrots are fat-free, low […]

6 August 2010
Saucy favourites

With winter’s chill still biting, here are six never-fail sauces that everyone will adore – the perfect condiment for any meal.  Zesty salad vinaigrette You’ll need: 1 cup of olive oil ½ cup of balsamic vinegar ¼ cup of ordinary white vinegar 2 tbsp seed mustard 1 ½ tbsp castor sugar Then you: Place all […]

30 July 2010
Going nuts for nuts

Nuts are a fabulous source of protein. They are also a great source of fibre, vitamins and minerals, with some even containing antioxidants. Almonds, pine nuts, walnuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, peanuts, cashews, hazelnuts and pistachios are the most common nuts we use. Nuts are easy, delicious and versatile – eat them natural, blanched, roasted, salted, […]

23 July 2010
Cooking with pulses and legumes

Lentils and chickpeas aren’t as dull as they sound – there are so many delicious recipes to try and you needn't be a vegan to incorporate them into your everyday diet. Once you get the hang of preparing them, you will be converted to the non-tinned varieties! They are a wonderful source of protein and […]

16 July 2010
Enjoy your just desserts

A little treat once in a while isn't going to hurt! Everybody loves a dessert and, from where I stand, it's okay – everything in moderation, just as long as it doesn't have any 'numbers'. Here are a few very simple desserts to enjoy and winter seems to be the time we love them the […]

9 July 2010
Eggs - the humble and versatile 'googie'

As we have already established, eggs are the most wonderful source of protein – they keep your blood sugar levels even and sugar cravings at bay. They are relatively cheap and for a few extra dollars you can treat yourself to a dozen organic, free-range eggs. The gorgeous vibrant yolk is how eggs are supposed […]

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