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Delicious mushroom and thyme soup

Neither plant nor animal, mushrooms are a fungus that are in a class, or kingdom, all of their own. The mighty mushroom provides us with remarkable and unique immune system support, and may even have anti-tumour, anti-allergic and anti-cancer effects. They are also a good source of fibre, selenium and B vitamins and are one of the only natural plant sources of vitamin D. Plus they taste great, which is always a bonus!

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A Nutritionist in your pocket

Get all the tools you need to blend your healthy new eating habits with your lifestyle in a fun and easy way, all packaged into our beautiful iPhone app.


Nutritionist app

A Nutritionist in your pocket

Get all the tools you need to blend your healthy new eating habits with your lifestyle in a fun and easy way, all packaged into our beautiful iPhone app.


Nutritionist app

A Nutritionist in your pocket

Get all the tools you need to blend your healthy new eating habits with your lifestyle in a fun and easy way, all packaged into our beautiful iPhone app.


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Turkey burger & sweet potato wedges

Red meat may increase inflammation in the body and your skin but you don’t need to cut out meat altogether, white meat doesn’t behave in the same way and is a great source of protein. Here’s a simple healthy turkey burger recipe that you can jazz up as you wish. See the tips section for suggestions! Served in a toasted sourdough bun or bread, which is easier to digest. [recipe]

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Anti-inflammatory soup with carrot, ginger and turmeric

This soup is chock full of important anti-inflammatory nutrients… and most importantly – taste! Carrots are a source of beta-carotene, a precursor for the antioxidant vitamin A required by the body to stabilise free radicals. Research has found psoriasis sufferers to be low in this key vitamin. Turmeric and ginger are great anti-inflammatory herbs and coconut oil has anti-bacterial and antiviral properties. You’ll need a great big saucepan for this one! Optional: If you have the time to put in a bit more effort give this soup a protein punch by topping with toasted chickpeas and cashew nut cream   [recipe]

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Easy peasy pesto

Making your own pesto means you can use healthy olive oil rather than sunflower which most shop bought varieties are made from, you can also use seeds rather than pine nuts, great news for those with nut allergies! [recipe]

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Saucy Spanish chicken with beans & olives

This is a lovely saucy stew, equally as good on cold winter evenings as on sun soaked verandas! If you’re having friends around for dinner this is also super easy to cook, great with whole grain brown rice, or if you’re ok with bread then a good quality sourdough works really well, simply serve with a green avocado salad…. Yum! [recipe]

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Get all the tools you need to blend your healthy new eating habits with your lifestyle in a fun and easy way, all packaged into our beautiful iPhone app.


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Pumpkin chocolate chip muffins

Check out these spooky inspired treats! Pumpkin is loaded with vitamin A, an important nutrient for the skin and the immune system so why not bake up a batch over the weekend? You should be able to find pumpkin puree at most large supermarkets. Look out for Baking Buddy, Libby’s or Danival pumpkin puree. You can also make your own by roasting a pumpkin whole (approx. 1 hour), slice it open, scoop out the seeds and then scoop out the pumpkin into a bowl and mash! Mmmm [recipe]

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Veggie lentil ‘meatballs’

Lentil meatballs are a great alternative for vegetarians or those looking to mix up their protein sources. Lentils are high in fibre, protein and contain complex carbohydrates to provide a slow release of energy and keep blood sugar balanced. These meatballs freeze well so make up a catch to have a healthy, hearty meal ready within minutes. Top buckwheat noodles, courgetti or spiralised carrot for a nutritious lunch or dinner that will leave you full and energised!   [recipe]

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