I’ve had a few requests for a quick and easy paleo stir fry sauce, so I thought I’d share what I usually make and use. This flavoursome sauce can be used in more than just stir fries, and that’s why I usually make a larger batch of it to store in the fridge. This recipe
For a while there, mayonnaise wasn’t exactly considered a ‘health food,’ but that’s definitely starting to change. While it’s a simple formula of eggs, oil, and vinegar (or something acidic) – pretty innocent foods, depending on the source – it is a high-fat food. One tablespoon contains around 10 grams of fat. The good news?
In the pursuit of optimal health and wellbeing, we all like trying the latest therapies and treatments that promise everything from healing and faster weight loss to smoother skin and whiter teeth. Saunas, acupuncture, cupping, oil pulling, kinesiology, herbal medicine – with so many ‘natural’ and ‘alternative’ remedies and practices around, it sure can get confusing. In today’s
If last year was all about chia seeds and spirulina, this year is all about turmeric. Seriously, everywhere you look, there is a turmeric this and turmeric that. And for a good reason! It has many amazing health benefits: from anti-inflammatory to cancer-fighting properties. I’ve been using turmeric for many years but sometimes even I
Have you guys heard of chicken divan? It’s a very popular – some would say a classic – chicken casserole dish in America. It’s made with diced chicken, broccoli, creamy mornay-like sauce and almonds. I’ve never actually made the traditional version but I really like the sound of it and wanted to recreate a paleo friendly