Recipes

Chia Seed Pudding And Fruit

What’s For Breakfast? Part 2

by Rhianna on October 13, 2014

For me, breakfast might just be the most exciting and delicious meal of the day. I feel terribly sorry for people who say they ‘hate breakfast’ or wake without an appetite. If this is the case for you, some work on your hydrochloric acid levels and nervous system will help bring that morning appetite back.
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Avacado On Toast

What’s For Breakfast? Part 1

by Rhianna on October 9, 2014

Breakfast seems to be a meal that many people struggle with when transitioning to a healthy eating lifestyle. Culturally, we are a country who will choose toast and spreads or cereal and milk, plus a tea or coffee to start our day. Nutritionally, this is pretty poor fair to break a 12 hour fast. Often
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Young Man Watching Tv

Documentaries For Your Viewing Pleasure

by Rhianna on July 3, 2014

Sometimes there is nothing better than watching something that stimulates you on an eye opening, intellectual level. There are so many fantastic documentaries out there that really don’t get any publicity (for conspiracy theory reasons I think!), and so it is easy for the general public to miss out. There is a whole host of
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Hot chocolate healthy

Winter Is Coming…

by Rhianna on June 11, 2014

Ok please excuse the Game of Thrones, Stark house tagline, but it is appropriate in this case! In the last week we have moved from “Oh it’s a little crisp, I think I’ll lie in the sun for an hour today instead of half an hour”, to “My goodness, where did we store that second
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Unhappy Child To Eat Salad

Kids: When Healthy Becomes Too Healthy

by Rhianna on June 2, 2014

With childhood obesity levels at an all time high, society has every right to start freaking out about the health of our future generations. Last week my blog was all about tips to help your children be as healthy as possible. But what the weekend has shown me, is that balance is key, not extremism.
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boy working in the garden in holiday

What We Should Be Teaching Our Kids

by Rhianna on May 27, 2014

After attending the premier of Overfed and Undernourished last Wednesday night on the Gold Coast, I have been giving a lot of thought to our up and coming generations. I am only 31 years old, and yet in my lifetime the world has changed a staggering amount. Evolution, synonymous with the words development, advancement, progression
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Focus on Fatigue

Focus On Fatigue A Wellness Weekend Retreat Friday 13th June, 2014 to Monday 16th June, 2014 $200 Early-bird discount if you book in by the 16th May! Leisa Wheeler, leading naturopath and fatigue expert, is excited to announce the release of a wellness weekend retreat, specially designed for people experiencing stress and fatigue. In today’s
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White chocolate

When I was a kid I think Easter was my favourite time of year. I think my brother would agree. It meant a week of camping in the bush with our cousins, smoky fires, bright stars at night, playing from dawn till dusk, getting dirty, building rafts, climbing trees, playing in the creek and having
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Permaculture Day

Permaculture Day Event

by Leisa on April 10, 2014

Join us at an exlusive event exploring the inspirational world of Permaculture with Tania Leilani. Saturday 17th May, 2014; 10.30am – 4.00pm Mullumbimby, NSW Tania Leilani is well-known in the world of permaculture – not only for creating her own edible sanctuary in the Northern NSW Hinterland – she also spends time every year developing
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Apple Crumble

Winter Warming Wholefoods Retreat

by Leisa on April 8, 2014

Wholefoods Preparation Intensive Winter Warming Wholefoods Friday 13th June, 2014 to Monday 16th June, 2014 The Winter Warming Wholefoods Preparation Intensive is a three night / two-and- a-half day retreat, where you will learn kitchen skills and preparation techniques for creating delicious raw food and whole food recipes. This retreat will have a focus on
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