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Nutrition & Wellbeing

Monthly archive for January 2012

Gluten Free Corn Cakes

Gluten Free Corn Cakes

  Breakfast is probably my all time favourite meal time, I love eggs of any kind but when I feel like jazzing it up a little, the ultimate partner is a delicious fresh corn cake, gluten free of course! So why not give these a whirl for your next Sunday breakfast and keep a little mix left over to pour into the pan on Monday and start your week off just right. What you’ll need… 2 1/2 cups fresh corn kernels, cut from 3 large corn cobs 1 small red onion, finely chopped 2 eggs 1 cup rice or gluten … Continue reading

Is Your Daily Juice Really Healthy?

Is Your Daily Juice Really Healthy?

  We hear so much debate about juice in the media and whether or not we should avoid or consume it as part of a healthy diet, so I hope to clear up the confusion surrounding the health benefits of juice once and for all. Bottled Juice In my view, commercially bottled juice really is little more than sugary water and you may as well pick up a confectionary bar or can of soft drink when it comes to the carbohydrate content of many brands, especially if it is made from fruit juice concentrate or contains added cane sugar.  Let … Continue reading

Cobram Estate olive oil

The best thing about Cobram Estate olive oil is not only that it is Australian owned and grown, but they have even thought of this nifty pouring dispenser to help keep the delicate olive oil fresh and assist with pouring a measured serve. If you have read my e-book Eat Yourself Health In 28 days you will know that I am a big advocate, not just of olive oil, but of Australian grown and manufactured olive oil! This is because, like any oil, olive has a shelf life and fresh really is best! So when you go buying imported olive oil … Continue reading

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