Comfort Food

Comfort Food

During the colder months, it’s absolutely normal to crave comfort foods, but that doesn’t mean having to resort to unhealthy options. For example, a healthy bolognese pasta could be made by cooking rice noodles with a sauce made by simmering extra lean mince, onions,...
Meal ideas when living alone

Meal ideas when living alone

It’s very natural to feel unmotivated to cook a proper meal when living alone, but don’t fear, it doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Below are some tips for you: Wholesome meals don’t always need to be fully cooked. You can create simple snack platters consisting of...
Kids Lunch Boxes

Kids Lunch Boxes

I’m not a mother yet, but I’ve been doing a deep dive into hormonal health, pregnancy and postpartum nutrition, and early childhood development over the last few years.  I’m absolutely horrified at the amount of children who are diagnosed with attention deficit...
Coffee

Coffee

Did you know? You should never drink coffee on an empty stomach.  The timing of when you have your coffee can have a major impact on your hormones and overall well-being.  Coffee raises your natural, morning-time cortisol spike. This cortisol spike is necessary...
Sauna: Heat/Cold Exposure Benefits

Sauna: Heat/Cold Exposure Benefits

Benefits of regular dry sauna bathing include detoxification, increased metabolic rate, increased blood circulation, pain reduction, antiaging, skin rejuvenation, improved cardiovascular function, improved immune function, improved sleep, stress management, and...
Nutrition and Exercise = Self Love

Nutrition and Exercise = Self Love

February, the month of love, is a great time to highlight what self-love really means. It means taking care of your body, mind and soul, prioritising your needs, and being gentle with yourself.  As important as practicing positive mental health is, I believe that...