Turmeric is all the rage right now, and so it should be because there really isn't anything that can compare to the spice's superior inflammation-reducing and antioxidant properties. Since ditching coffee way back in January, I've fallen in love with making these turmeric lattes at home.
There is so matcha I can say about the benefits of Matcha. Matcha is rich in antioxidants called catechin polyphenols which have some serious street cred for their links to health benefits like decreasing cancer risk, reducing cholesterol and blood pressure and that kind of stuff. Love this recipe by fashion blogger Peace Love Shea.
Love a good chai latte made with real loose leaf tea, not he sugar loaded powder variety. If you're fond of the aromatic spice blend too then why not make with dandelion. The fluffy weed is renowned for detoxifying the liver, kidneys, skin and digestive system. It will also add vitamins A, C and D as well as zinc, iron, magnesium and potassium to your cup. Try out this recipe by health blogger Don't Mess With Mama.
Red rooibos tea traditionally tastes like black tea. Adding a touch of milk, vanilla and cinnamon on top really hits the sweet spot. Blogger House Full of Jays nailed it with this recipe which takes next to no time to prepare.
Yer what? This drink is not for the feint hearted, or anyone wanting to ditche caffeine all togher because the South American yerba mate plant has about 80 mg of caffeine as opposed to 100-200 mg in coffee. Which is enough to give you a buzz, without the overbearing buzz and dreaded withdrawl that coffee can leave. Check out this recipe from In Sonnet’s Kitchen that blends aromatic chai spices and almond milk for a seriously good cup.
Jessica is a passionate foodie and qualified, practicing Nutritionist with a Bachelor Health Science (Nutrition), with over ten years of clinical experience, and is the founder and business owner of the successful Jessica Cox Nutritionist Clinic. Her website and blog is an expression of everything she loves rolled into one, including her passion for creating recipes that cater for various food intolerances. We had to have a chat to this bubbly, smart, food loving entrepreneur and well of information, on all things nutrition, lifestyle and working in the health industry.
Qualified nutritionist, naturopath, wife, and mum to a gorgeous toddler, Casey-Lee Lyons inspires us with her refreshing approach to wellness and love for real food via Live Love Nourish. We catch up with the busy mum to learn more about her wellness philosophy, her tips for nourishing little ones, life behind the scenes, and how she juggles it all.
On Sunday I got to channel my inner Victoria’s Secret Model and be a swimsuit runway model to support an amazing charity event to raise awareness and funds for Melanoma Research. I wish every woman could experience what we experienced that day, and learn to love her body for the wonder that it is. Here are 10 reasons why you should love being a woman today!
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