Bell Peppers

Bell Peppers Nutritional Facts

Bell Peppers Bell peppers come in a wide range of vibrant colors ranging from green, red, yellow, orange, purple, brown to black. They all belong to the nightshade family, which also includes potatoes, tomatoes and aubergines. Bell peppers are available all year long, but they…

Almond Milk- Nutrition Facts

Almond Milk Nutrition Facts Almond milk makes a great alternative to cow’s milk because it contains more nutrients than any other alternative milk like rice, oat or soy. It’s especially useful if you’re lactose intolerant or allergic to soy. It is also low in calories….

Tomatoes- nutrition

Tomatoes Nutrition Facts

Tomatoes are a hot topic in health news and nutrition because of their high content of lycopene – the important antioxidant that gives tomatoes their red colour and helps mop up damaging free radicals. Not only does lycopene appear to protect men from prostate cancer…


Chia seeds may be new to us Westerner’s but they have actually been around since the Aztec times originating from Central and Southern Mexico.  These little seeds are part of the mint family and are usually a mix of black, grey, white and brown, they…

Superfood Feature : MACA

Maca is a Peruvian root vegetable that looks a bit like a turnip and has been used as a food staple for thousands years by men, women, children and infants.  It is known as a potent superfood as it can improve mood and energy, boosts…


Flaxseed may be tiny but they have huge health benefits. They have been around thousands of years and are known to aid in stabilising blood sugar, lowering cholesterol, promoting weight loss, increasing immunity, reducing bone loss and fighting cancer.  Flaxseeds are bursting with vitamins and…

Why Eat Raw!

The raw food diet is based on the belief that the most healthful food for the body is uncooked. That’s because cooking denatures the enzymes naturally present in food. Enzymes are the life force of a food, helping us to digest food and absorb nutrients….