The holidays can be tough for those of us maintaining a healthy lifestyle but rest assured – I have 10 tips to get you guys through Easter without undoing all your hard work BUT still making sure you have a great long weekend with your loved ones. My top 10 tips are below for you guys:
My friends call me the cheese platter queen and I’ll happily take that title. My mum has been making EPIC cheese platters for as long as I can remember and I’ve grown up happily munching on them. The key to an epic cheese platter however is to get the perfect mix of ingredients so it’s not only tasty but also healthy. Thanks mum for teaching me the art of the perfect platter!
I’m taking part in the Chia Co Challenge and even developed a delicious recipe for you guys as part of this challenge! The Chia Co Challenge encourages you to add just 1 tablespoon of chia seeds every day into your diet. The chia challenge contains a 7 day meal plan (written by a dietitian) plus 7 simple & delicious recipes including mine!! To get your hands on the FREE 7 day meal plan with recipes, click here.
I have so many beautiful emails and messages from you guys about binge eating that I thought I would dedicate a blog to share my tips on how to prevent binge eating and beat sugar cravings! It’s a personal topic for me as when I was a teenager – I suffered from mild binge eating too. I was too embarrassed to tell anyone or seek help so I’m hoping my experiences + my professional expertise can help even just one of you! xxx
Hands up who loves carrot cake! How about high protein baked vegan carrot cake oats! They are honestly one of my favourite breaky options lately as they’re DELICIOUS & packed full of fibre, protein, low GI carbs & healthy fats to keep me full all morning long!
If you’re in South-East Queensland, then Noosa should be on the top of your list of places to visit. Apart from being some of the more expensive real estate in Australia per square meter, it also has stunning natural features to view, friendly locals, delicious food and plenty of outdoor activities.
I’ve had a lost of requests for information about nutrition for PCOS so I’ve decided to do this article for you guys. This is a common condition affecting women and diet and lifestyle interventions can be very helpful. As always, I recommend seeing a local accredited practising dietitian to assist in an individualised meal plan, but here is some advice and strategies about diet and nutrition for PCOS.