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Collagen powders

The easiest way to ensure your body gets plenty of collagen is to eat red meat or bone broth.

Asian Salad

Refreshing, healthy and easy to make


There are different types of stress, external stress, from work, family and life experiences. Then there is the stress that is internal. Our organs are what suffer

Protein Balls

Fun Friday!!!😀these are my no bake chocolate chews. Gluten-free, keto friendly chocolate cheat snack. Try this recipe, the whole family will enjoy.

Good Fats

🥑 help lower cholesterol 🥚improve blood vessel elasticity 🐠reduce inflammation 🥥may help a role in preventing and treating depression 🫒helps lower blood pressure 🧀helps satiety Many more reasons these are just a few I have a little rule !!! Add I healthy fat in moderation to each meal.

Breakfast on the go!!

Breakfast on the go!!! Prep your breakfast. It is important to have a good breakfast, it sets you up for the day. It will help you stop snacking, balances hormones, regulates glucose and gives you energy. I like to make these breakfast jars. Greek yogurt, collagen powder, blue berries. Mix it together then add toasted Muesli, coconut, nuts and strawberries.

Asian chicken

Asian chicken (gluten free) is a simple recipe that is delicious. Full of goodness and antioxidants it has beta carotene which plays a key role in growth, immune function maintenance of our vision and skin. Vitamin C which is the most important anti-ox Continue reading

Fermenting Foods

Fermenting foods is for many reasons it converts carbohydrates into organic compounds such as bacteria, yeast or fungi. It was used to preserve food naturally for longer shelf life examples of this are cheeses, pickled vegetables and wine. Foods that a Continue reading

Constipation In Infants

Infants bowel movement should be between 1.2 to 4 times a day. From 4 years of age it can vary but should be of ease to eliminate. Constipation can be functional or organic, with functional being the most common. Caused by a number of the following, dy Continue reading

Magnesium – The Brain Mineral

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals our bodies need it is essential for our brain, muscle and heart vessels. It is a cofactor for more than 300 enzyme systems that help regulate protein synthesis, blood glucose and blood pressure it also re Continue reading