NUTRITION + WELLNESS ARTICLES
Meal planning and prepping is key to eating food that makes you feel healthy, strong and vibrant! Here are my top easy tips for better meal prepping to get the most nutrients from your meals.
Nutritionist Steph Geddes shares her passion for health and wellness, how she become a Nutritionist and what a day in the life of a Nutritionist and Recipe Developer is like. Take a guess what Steph’s favourite indulgence is? Read the article to find out more!
Perfect for a weekday plant-based meal prep, this fresh and easy to make salad is light but satisfying and is packed with protein and low GI carbs to keep you going all afternoon.
There seems to be a continued debate on whether white or sweet potato is better for us. Should we opt for one over the other? I did some research to find out how they stacked up nutritionally. Have a read then make this delicious potato salad recipe that can be enjoyed served warm or cold.
To feel worry and fear about food; something we need to eat everyday to sustain our life. To feel guilt and panic that maybe you made the wrong food choice, maybe you could have chosen better.
Packing a powerful antioxidant punch and using adaptogens like Maca to support hormonal health, this beauty smoothie combines all of my favourite ingredients for healthy glowing skin. Radiant skin absolutely starts from the inside, and it’s no secret that what we put into our bodies affects our health in many ways, including our skin. In fact, our skin is our largest organ and part of our first line of defence of our immune system, so it’s important to take care of it.
Not only do herbs and spices improve the taste of our food, they also provide a range of nutrients and health benefits. Some spices are known to boost metabolism, improve insulin sensitivity and improve digestion, among other benefits. Many herbs and spices also contain more disease-fighting antioxidants per gram than fruits and vegetables.
Learn how to create a macronutrient balanced Buddah bowl or any meal for energy, blood sugar balanced and satiety, plus a recipe for an easy healthy chicken Buddah bowl.
Bone broth is not only versatile to use in soups, stews, risottos, curries and sautéing vegetables, but comes with an abundance of heath benefits including gut healing.
I recently had the privilege of spending a day at Cobram Estate‘s beautiful olive groves to learn and experience first-hand how olives are grown, harvested, and created into extra virgin olive oil. We spoke to a Nutritionist about the scientific research behind Australian Extra Virgin Olive Oil and the health benefits (I’m big on clinical nutrition and food as medicine so I loved this).
A healthier vegan version of ANZAC biscuits using nutritious ingredients, free from refined sugar, dairy and gluten free (if using gluten free oats). Plus an optional twist on a traditional favourite, half coated with homemade dark chocolate.
There are numerous studies showing positive health outcomes by increasing the amount and variety of plant-based foods in your diet including optimal health, longevity and reduced risk of disease and illness. Here is a list of the best sources of plant-based protein including amount of protein per serving.
This recipe for gut-healing gummies is quick and easy to make with no cooking skills required! Perfect for sweet cravings whilst healing and nourishing the gut.