Health News

  • CHOCO COCO POTS
    June 21, 2017
    All hail the heavenly food of the gods….CHOCOLATE! Saying “I love chocolate” is such an understatement. I don’t have an addiction, its simply pure guilt free bliss when I choose to indulge in a chocolatey treat (deprivation of such deliciousness is just pure insanity). There are plenty of studies that suggest regular consumption of unsweetened ...
  • Fellow Fermenters
    June 15, 2017
    I just had for the lunch the 7 colours of the rainbow vegetable ferment made with the 20/12 culture starter from nuferm , with a base of avocado and a rice wrap .   The texture was very crisp , not salty and had that wonderful lactic acid soured taste tangy and refreshing . I can almost ...
  • CREAMY & DREAMY
    June 9, 2017
    Looking for an easy dairy free alternative to regular yoghurt? All hail the creamy and dreamy coconut yoghurt! Making your own coconut yoghurt can not only save you a small fortune on store bought varieties, but they also don’t contain any nasty preservatives and additives. Cultured yoghurts are a great way to introduce probiotics into your ...
  • Personal Trainer- Mikey Lee Stretch Tips
    June 8, 2017
    Downward dog pose- Shoulder opener, good for hamstring flexible- Aim is to keep heels on the ground and keeping the legs straight Try to pull your head between your shoulders-   Chest opener- Great for poster Opens the chest, great for chest- Stabilising legs, hip opener, Try to centre yourself, Aim for time- stop before fatiguing Try to straighten back, hold the weight in your hands ...
  • PROTECT YOURSELF
    June 8, 2017
    It’s about time Brisbane realised it was winter! Cool weather means it’s time for snuggles, warming soups and endless steaming cups of tea. Tea is a great way to warm up the body and energise your inner goddess! I have a love of all tea types! Fruity, spicy, traditional you name it, there’s something so ...
  • CREATURE COMFORTS
    June 5, 2017
    🍵 Supply ones body with a potent dose of antioxidants. The anti-inflammatory compounds present in cauliflower, namely vitamin C has the capability of reducing the body’s exposure to oxidative stress. This enables the body to eliminate those harmful free radicals accumulated from both internal and external toxic sources. Additionally, vitamin C benefits the immune system ...