Author: Susan Tomassini

Pumpkin Spiced Oatmeal

Pumpkin Spiced Oatmeal

Increasing nutrient absorption, helping you stay regular and improving bowel health are just some of the digestive advantages of oatmeal. Pumpkin is very easy to digest because it’s low in starch and sugar, but still high in fibre. It’s also a soft food so your body doesn’t have to go through much to break it down.

Why Eat Fibre

Why Eat Fibre?

Why Eat Fibre ?   Fibre is the indigestible parts of plants that pass through our digestive tracts relatively unchanged. We hear time and time again how good it is for us and how we should be eating more – but let’s remind ourselves why….

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The Benefits of Vitamin D

The Benefits of Vitamin D – are YOU getting enough?   Why is it that when daylight, sunlight and temperature levels fall, so do our energy levels? Lethargy and sluggishness are especially common in winter, as is increased susceptibility to seasonal bugs. All this may…

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The Benefits of Raw Chocolate

The Benefits of RAW CHOCOLATE versus COMMERCIAL   We often hear that chocolate’s good for us – but what they don’t often tell us is what kind. Truth is, there’s a big difference between the commercial chocolate many of us are used to eating (Cadburys,…

juicing for health

Juicing for health

This blog will help you understand juicing for health reasons. The term “juicing” simply means making home-made, fresh juice from raw fruits and vegetables and drinking them daily or even several times a day in order to achieve particular health benefits.   Juicing is a…

Immune Boosting Turmeric Tea

Immune Boosting Turmeric Tea – – boiled water, peeled chopped ginger root, raw honey or maple syrup, turmeric powder, juice of 1/2 lemon, Add the boiling water to a tea pot or bring to boil on the stove. Add the ginger, honey or maple syrup,…

Spicy Pumpkin Soup

Spicy Pumpkin Soup – – coconut oil, onion (chopped), garlic cloves (minced), pumpkin flesh, vegetable stock, coconut milk, Bay leaf, thyme, red curry paste, nutmeg, Himalayan salt and pepper, coriander (chopped), pumpkin seeds, Cooked version;: Chop onion and coriander, and mince garlic.; Combine coconut oil,…