What do Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA), Spirulina and Chlorella all have in common? They’re all green, they’re all super and they’re all foods. That makes them all green superfoods! All three of these amazingly green foods provide superb nutrition and all three have different, but demonstrated health benefits for those who consume them.
This Pineapple-Lemongrass Chia Seed Pudding with Coconut Caramel may be a dessert recipe, but it’s also one of my favourite things to eat for breakfast! Chia seeds are tiny nutritional powerhouses, and they form the base of this tasty pudding recipe which is dairy-free and avoids processed sugar by using honey as a sweetener.
After discovering I had autoimmune thyroid disease I learned about leaky gut, the consequences of it and how to heal leaky gut symdrome with the GAPs diet. I realised that if you have leaky gut you’ll probably never have good health because your immune system is likely to continue to see food as an enemy.
I use Cassava flour to make my grain free sourdough bread and I love it! So what is the difference between Cassava flour and tapioca? Well even thought they come from the same plant, they are quite different.
We’ve all heard the news right? Chocolate is good for you! But not just any old chocolate will do. Delicious, dark, organic and preferably raw chocolate is the way to go if you’re wanting to take full advantage of the health benefits that chocolate can provide.
I don’t know if there is such a thing as a healthy soda that’s made commercially, but I think I’ve come up with a great alternative that’s healthy, almost zero calorie, natural, tastes great and can be enjoyed by adults and kids alike.