Quinoa Tabbouleh


Quinoa is the supergrain of the future.๐ŸŒพ๐Ÿงก

Awareness is fast rising that we need to eat less factory farmed meatโ€ฆ

For the sake of our health, the environment and animal welfare.๐Ÿฎ

This means getting protein from other sources.๐Ÿƒโ€โ™€๏ธ

One day, this could involve eating more protein packed bugs (most likely in powdered form).๐Ÿ›

But until that day arrives, quinoa is one of the most protein rich foods around.๐ŸŒพ

What’s more, quinoa has almost DOUBLE the fiber of most other grains.

It’s also rich in iron, magnesium and Riboflavin.

So it’s arguably the most gut healing grain around, along with a powerful source of protein.

In my Quinoa Tabbouleh recipe, you’ll also find juicy tomatos, fresh cucumber, bell pepper and red onion…๐Ÿ…๐Ÿฅ’

Combined with finely chopped herbs and a drizzle with lemon juice.

So it’s a deliciously cooling dish, perfect for the hot days of summer.ย 
And quantifiably gut healing in many different ways.๐Ÿฅ—๐Ÿงก

Quick Vegetable Stir Fry


With going to your local Asian restaurant a little problematic these days…

Here’s a quick, easy to cook stir-fry recipe for whipping up some Asian cuisine in the comfort of your own kitchen.๐Ÿœ

The key ingredient in my vegetable stir fry is zucchini.๐Ÿฅ’

Zucchini is rich in nutrients, high in antioxidants and great for improving digestion. So naturally, it’s one of my favorite gut healing foods.๐Ÿฅ’๐Ÿ˜€

In this recipe, I combine it with carrot, sesame oil, green peas, sesame seeds…๐Ÿฅ•๐Ÿ˜

Along with a home made sauce of tahini, sesame oil and white miso paste.

So this quick stir fry is healthy, nutritious and a delight for the tastebuds.๐Ÿœ

Potato & Sundried Tomato Salad


What’s better than a potato salad?๐Ÿฅ”๐Ÿค”

A potato + sundried tomato salad!๐Ÿฅ”๐Ÿ˜€

Yet this salad offers so much more…

It’s also got olives, capers and chives.๐Ÿฅ—

Add a drizzle of apple cider vinegar, tomatoes and musard…๐ŸŽ๐Ÿ…

And you’ve got one heck of a delightfully filling and nutritious dish.๐Ÿ˜‹

Matcha Energy Balls


Matcha has skyrocketed in popularity these last few years.

And not just the tea variety.๐Ÿต

You can now get matcha shots, lattes, and even desserts. ๐Ÿก

Matcha comes from tea leaves, but tea leaves prepared in an extra special way.๐Ÿƒ

To make matcha, the tea plants are covered 20-30 days before harvest. 

This reduces direct sunlight and allows the level of chlorophyll in the leaves to go up.

Why’s higher chlorophyll a good thing?

Because chlorophyll is high in amino acids and health enriching antioxidants. 

In fact, studies show that thanks to is high chlorophyll content… 

Matcha offers benefits for the liver… heart health… brain function… and even weight loss.๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ’—

In my Matcha Energy Ball recipe you get the benefits of matcha combined with the energy lift of vanilla protein. 

With a drizzle of maple syrup, my Matcha Energy Balls offer a sweet tasting, energy and all round health booster.๐Ÿต๐Ÿƒโ€โ™€๏ธ

And because my recipes contains none of the nasty additives or sugars of energy boosting drinks, you get a purer, freer flowing energy buzz:

Lemon & Berry Cheesecake


Who says a sweet slice of cake can’t be healthy?

This recipe swaps out sugar and gets its sweetness from coconut, maple syrup and medjool dates. 

My Lemon and Berry Cheesecake recipe is also packed with berries, chia seeds and walnuts… 

So it’s packed with nutrition, for a decadent treat without guilt.

Avocado, Green Pea & Mint Dip


A jar of ready made dip with potato chips was one of my guilty pleasures.

But a guilty pleasure that was making me fat, and wrecking my gut with a horror show of preservatives, hidden sugars and chemical nasties.

Good news is there are healthy dip alternatives.

And they’re super easy to make too!

My Avocado, Green Pea & Mint Dip takes less than five minutes to make.

Simply blend some green peas with avocado and fresh mint. Then drizzle with lemon juice.

Now, if I could only find a healthier way of making potato chipsโ€ฆ

Garlic Zucchini & Tomato Pasta


Know what’s one of the BIGGEST causes of gut health issues these days?

Lack of FIBER.


Because too many of our staples have had the fiber stripped from them.

I’m talking about highly refined white bread… white pasta… and white rice…

All of them have had the fiber removed.

The result is they become basic carbs that turn straight into glucose… rocket your blood sugar… and if you can’t burn them off they turn into fat.

So you see, not ALL carbs are bad for you.

Just those that don’t come with any fiber.

Good news is you can still enjoy pasta, rice and bread of the unrefined brown variety

And my garlic zucchini and tomato pasta is a prime example.

It combines brown pasta with two medium zucchini, cherry tomatoes, smoked paprika and chilli flakes, with a drizzle of olive oil and dried parsley.

So it’s super gut healthy and it can give you a pasta powered energy boost that’s guilt free.

Curried Tofu Salad


I used to HATE tofu.

I’m not sure if it was the jelly like texture or bland taste that made me avoid it like the plague.

The good news is I found a way to spice tofu up!

My Curried Tofu Salad combines tofu with celery sticks, onion, almonds and raisins…

Then I add curry powder and dill to give it a spicy curry flavored kick.

So if you’ve been looking for a way to make tofu more interesting…

My Curried Tofu Salad is quick to make…

And packed with flavor that will delight both your taste buds and your gut.

Chickpea Scramble


If you’re looking for a quick, healthy breakfast that’s egg free…

Do I have a treat for you!๐Ÿ˜‹

My Chickpea Scramble swaps out the eggs for some fiber rich chickpeas.๐Ÿฅฎ

I then combine the chickpeas with onion, spinach and avocado.๐Ÿง…๐Ÿฅฌ๐Ÿฅ‘

But if you’re read any of my recipes, you’ll know I like to give them a spicy kick.

So I also add some garlic, turmeric and paprika for a gut healthy, nutritious and delicious start to the day.

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