Does a change in season generally leave you feeling under the weather and reaching for those over-the-counter meds? Up until about 4 years ago, I could totally relate. I’d be hit with the cold or flu at least 3 times each winter, leaving me on the couch with a box of tissues, lemsip, panadol in hand, and well feeling incredibly sorry for myself…
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You may be thinking you just don’t have time to soak, blend and squeeze almonds to make nut milk, or that you only have 5 minutes in the morning. You’re not alone. So, to help you get more plant-based wholefoods in your life, we’ve got 10 simple wholefood hacks to create delicious meals that will boost your nutrition and have you well on your way to your healthiest year yet! (and save you money too!).
Megan chats to Ceres Organics about why she ended up switching to a predominantly raw diet, how it impacted on her overall health and wellbeing, and simple ways you can incorporate more raw foods into your diet, and get that raw glow too. Find the full article here
This year, instead of focusing on flaws and what you think you need to change, try and focus on renewal. Take a moment to recognise what you have done well, what you are grateful for, and then where a reboot is needed to make 2017 your happiest and healthiest year, for both body and mind.
We've created 6 new recipes perfect for every festive occasion! A fresh and healthy take on the classic mince pie, superfood caramel corn, spiced cacao Christmas truffles, Cashew Nog Milk and more! Find all 6 recipe for FREE on The Unbakery App!
A good assortment of condiments is a staple in every household kitchen – turning any meal from mediocre to delicious with the squirt of a bottle. So what’s the problem? Unfortunately, these golden pantry staples often come laden with refined sugars, salt, additives and preservatives...
Almost everyone I meet has some version of a ‘not good enough’ story that follows them throughout their day, passing judgement on everything they say and do, comparing them to others and telling them that they don’t measure up. This is true of even the most outwardly ‘successful’ people and yet it is a well-kept secret.
By introducing your child to a nourishing, whole-food diet at a very young age, you can teach them to prefer the taste of real foods over processed ones. Starting young lays the foundation for healthy eating habits later in life, and may just mean you’ll have less protests from stubborn toddlers when it comes to eating their vegetables...
New research has shown that our brain is incredibly adaptive, and can regenerate vital cells as a result of positive input from the environment, a process known as neuroplasticity. However, negative aspects of our environment can also play a roll in its degeneration, leading to brain decay.
Our very own Megan May shares the recipe for this delicious Cacao Hazelnut Slab from The Unbakery App, and chats to Gem McLeod about a day on her plate this winter.
We live in a toxic world and our children are being exposed to far more environmental chemicals than we were when we were young. The more you know about these toxins, the scarier life becomes. We wonder how we can protect our children from being poisoned and we make decisions to reduce their exposure, for example by not using pesticides, buying organic food and avoiding plastic in the kitchen and the playroom.