seaweed

Hand Rolled Sushi

Need Some Kelp?

by Rhianna on October 3, 2013

As a nutritionist, I have a shocking confession to make….. I am not so good at eating kelp and other sea vegetables. There! I said it! I don’t know what it is, possibly the slight damp, salty/fishy taste of most kelps, but these highly nutritious items never seem to make it into my meals. I
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Immune Boosting Winter Tips

by Leisa on May 24, 2012

By Julie Mitsios from Conscious Choice. The cold weather has officially settled in but that doesnt mean you need to indulge in high calorie comfort foods and skip your exercise! Our immune system takes a beating over winter with the cooler weather making us more succeptible to colds and flus. There are some easy ways
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Shiitake Mushrooms

What I love to do in my own life, and what I love to teach, is how to continue to improve the nutritional value of everything you put in your mouth.  We eat three or more times a day, and it is just as easy to choose something nutritious, as it is to choose something
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Bonsoy Soy Milk Recall

by Leisa on December 28, 2009

There is just something a tad funny about this recall…  I would love to be able to find out a bit more information about it – so I’m doing some digging and will let you know. The official story is that there is a soy milk product on the market Bonsoy which contains Kombu, a
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Iodine and White Bread

by Leisa on November 5, 2008

Another source of inspiration for a blog post came again from a Sunday newspaper – honestly I’m going to have to start buying those things purely for the entertainment value! Last weekend there was a story about how many Australians are deficient in iodine, and how nutritionists are advising the government to recommend the addition of
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